Women’s March On Washington Organizer Talks Importance Of Solidarity

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1/10/17- Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with the organizer of the Women’s March On WashingtonJanae Ingram. They talk about the thousands of women that will march together in solidarity the day after Donald Trump takes office.

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“It began with a grandmother in Hawaii. She was so frustrated that she sent something to 40 of her friends. Collectively they decided to merge their marches and rallies. We’ve just been continuing to grow. We have a diverse group of women,” Ingram said.

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4 thoughts on “Women’s March On Washington Organizer Talks Importance Of Solidarity

  1. common on said:

    I have never seen such a grouping of unwise women in my life, what are you hoping to accomplish? it will be better to spend this time talking to youngsters in your community to curb crime and violence, the importance of education, job and careers training opportunities, there are many wise ways you can spend this time, at the end of the day TRUMP will be your president and what will change? It is embarrassing to see such a group of intelligent women spend their time in this manner.

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