~ we march ~

The Women's March saw us at our state capital in support of human dignity as well as spreading the word on how young women and girls can be active participants in the process of ensuring all women and girls have their basic human rights protected...

Early on, our table become a spot for the small numbers of young ones attending to congregate and make signs and decorate some flags we had on hand. Young and old took time to look through our books on display and there was talk of having our Global Girls program venture into other communities around the state.

Best of all, these girls had a chance to stand with 10,000 people and see what advocacy and support look like up close and personal...so much love.

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