It was a year ago yesterday that I took a relaxing trip to Washington, D.C., with about a million other people–
21 January, 2017. By now most people in the world have a pretty good idea what happened that day. Not only was the Woman’s March on Washington the single greatest demonstration event in this country, but it ranks as one of the largest worldwide events ever. Not bad for something that started out as a Facebook post the day after the US presidential elections.
Given that I worked on Hillary Clinton’s campaign beginning in August of 2016, I felt that in the aftermath of the election I could do one of two things: sit back and piss and moan, or get involved. I decided on the former. I registered with the Woman’s March knew the end of November, and a few weeks later I volunteered to be a bus captain, which meant I would be responsible for 50 to 60 people traveling on a caravan of buses leaving Harrisburg the…
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