People, Places And Perspectives
Daisy magazine|MArch/April 2017

It was with some amount of pride that I watched the women’s march on January 21, 2017 and felt a shift in the winds of change that blew over the country and the world at large.

This was not a march for one issue affecting women. It was a march for all issues of concern to the masses gathered in protest. Women were standing shoulder to shoulder, with men, yes men, I will say more about that later, there children, straight people, gay people, immigrants, people from every ethnic background, color, class and creed saying no to injustice.

Martin Luther King Jr. once said “injustice anywhere is in justice everywhere.

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