I wasn't able to attend, but my wife, Laurel, did. She took these photos. The commentary is mine.
We can only hope to be free of the bondage of the past. I was a big fan of Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, and Elizabeth Warren, all of whom would have been both a great Democratic presidential nominee and president.
But such was not to be, so we're stuck with Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. Hopefully Biden or Sanders will choose a woman to run with them as their vice-president. (Seems almost certain that will happen.)
City councilor Vanessa Nordyke was the M.C., Mistress of Ceremonies. Laurel said she did an excellent job. This talented woman needs to be governor one day. Or a senator. Or, heck, president!
Good to see that some anti-abortion people came to the march. I refuse to use the term pro-life, because those who favor legal and safe abortions, like me, also are pro-life.
There was a duck at the Women's March. Naturally.
The Statesman Journal estimated there were about 450 people at the Women's March. Good turnout.
Always pleasing to see signs disparaging Trump, since opposition to him was the inspiration for the first Women's Marches in 2017. Hopefully the 2021 Women's March will be a celebration of the beginning of a Biden or Sanders presidency.