The National Women’s March on Washington, D.C. Saturday was a truly transformative moment in our nation’s history.
The title notwithstanding, it was more than a just a march of and for women. So many among the estimated million marched in solidarity for many causes and groups that are now in jeopardy with the change in administration.
As we marched among ever-growing numbers along the National Mall, I overheard one woman ask, “How did we lose?”
The complex answer to that very good question has already been answered. But her disbelief reflected the beginning of a movement that won’t go away, and will not kowtow to the liars and thieves now in charge.