Since this year’s inauguration, we’ve seen a sea of protest sweep across the U.S., from spontaneous events to carefully organized marches that have been in the works for weeks. As a seasoned protest veteran, it’s exciting to see so many people engaged in taking their causes to the streets. It’s coming at a price, though.
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Letter to the Daily Miner, J'Aime Morgaine, Kingman Resident, Apr 4 2018
During the past few months of promoting the 2019 Mohave County Women’s March, it’s been interesting to see how many women believe there is no longer a need to march for women’s rights, believing that women have already achieved equality. So in honor of March as National Women’s History Month, here’s a reminder of why it’s more important than ever that we march.