The Women’s March 2018

Azalea LeiLani, Newspaper Journalist

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On January 20th and 21st, women, men, and young kids gathered together to rally together as a united force.  The recent history behind these marches started on January 21st of last year.  It was the day after Trump’s presidential inauguration.  On that day, four million people in America participated.  This year’s march was the start of the #PowertothePolls tour, and it was held in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Many major cities across the world had marches.

In Los Angeles, Natalie Portman spoke about her experience when she was a thirteen year old child actor and having situations when she changed herself to avoid men looking at her a particular way.  Viola Davis also attend the march in Los Angeles and started her speech talking about the inequality inside the Jim Crow Laws.  In New York, singer, songwriter, Halsey shared her deeply heartbreaking poem, “A Story like Mine” that depicts her story, as well as her friend, Sam’s, story of sexual assault.  Just to clarify for those who get things twisted, this march was not an anti-Trump protest.  The rally was pushed to support women’s rights, equality, and to creating change.

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