Cool you got to march with your mom. Kinda sucks we're still protesting some of this
I participated in Brownsville's "March for Truth" last weekend. It was a super small turn out, maybe 30 people, nice to meet kindred spirits. My neighbor shocked me and came along
When I went to visit my DH who had a temporary assignment in Alexandria, VA in Feb., I went to what was advertised as a rally, but it turned into a march on the White House
Back in January I went to the Women's March in Austin. That was epic! Not sure how many participants there were -- I want to say at least 30,000. Those in our group who were competitors, either runners or triathletes, fared the best, as we knew how to find openings in the throngs of people and work our way through
If you've ever wondered whether or not to go, I urge you to step out and give it a try. It's good to feel like you've spoken up, and I've always come back inspired.