My husband and I proudly participated in the Women’s March in Norfolk. It was a large, diverse crowd and the many causes represented were a proud display of unity. We need to continue this unity in order to gain the attention of our government leaders.
The march addressed clearly that women’s rights are human rights and human rights are women’s rights. We all want the best future for our country’s citizens and we hope that our government leaders will take notice of the concerns expressed by all of the marchers across the nation.
Change will occur only if we all remain committed and work with our local, state and federal leaders to support human rights. We must impress upon the establishments of both political parties that they need to work harder to encourage women to achieve political office so that their unique values/views on economics and governance will benefit the entire country.
Hayes, Va. ...
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