The Women's March started off as an inspiring, potentially powerful national movement for justice, equality, and unity. Over the last three years, however, the message has remained disappointingly unclear, and there has continued to be an overwhelming amount of meaningless pink pussy hats and signs denouncing Trump.
This year, I wanted to see if Seattle had a more diverse and radical crowd than Olympia does.
To my surprise, I was disappointed by the major lack of intersectionality by the crowd as a whole, with the exception of these folks:
And from my sidekick in Olympia...
Let's turn this embarrassment of a 'movement' into something powerful with a clear message and DRIVE!
For Works in Progress