I march for her. And her mother. And her sister. And her sisters lover. I march for any and everyone who has a woman in their lives whom they love. I march for every person who believes that not only equality, but EQUITY should be given to each and every person on this planet. I march for anyone who truly believes that you should treat others as you wish to be treated. And for those willing to stand up to people who do not practice what they preach. I march so they can see that we are not weak. We are not going to roll over and stay quiet while they do as they please (politically NOR physically). We are not going to let the old, white, privileged, male dominated, one percent oligarchy run our people, our land, our air, our humanity into the ground so they can make a quick dollar. We are not going to sit by while our neighbors are placed in a registry, or have a wall built to keep them out. Nor will we sit by when power attempts to control. When our kids are shot at, our friends suffocated, our teen girls sexually assaulted, we have failed. There is no excuse.
If you don't support the march, I urge you to SERIOUSLY consider what that means for you as a person. Not only the person you think you are, but the person you truly are. As well as the person you hope to become. Especially if you consider yourself to be part of the u•n•i•t•e•d states. Especially if you consider yourself a religious person. Especially if you consider yourself an ethical person, or a caring person.
Because without the march, without love, without fighting hate and tyranny, we simply become the problem. Without one another, we are nothing 💜
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