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Wisdom Rocks Jul 26
Replying to @GetWisdomDude
I ASSURE You Who Doubt, There've Been Numerous PEACEFUL Protests Throughout The Years. We Knew Well To Observe The NonViolence Teachings of Ghandi & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Here At The There Were 1.5mil Of Us & No Incidents. NONE. ZERO.
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women wake Aug 2
Sexism at Fox News. Gross. (@slaybymic) | • • • . . . .
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Val Brown Jul 26
A gazillion years ago we attended our first march together as a family. It was in Atlanta for the and fate would have it that in a sea of +60K we were right next to the stage and this close to John Lewis. Rest in power, sir. ✊🏾
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women wake Jul 31
Raising my daughter like... . . . .
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Social✽Fly (Gov Cuomo's #StayAtHome Girlfriend) Jul 31
Replying to @FitzVotes
I was early to the IMPOTUS party 😁
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JBlev Aug 2
Vote in 2020 Song credit: - A clip of a montage video I made. RIP , will always be in my heart.
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Jenn Baker (she/her) Aug 2
Replying to @jbakernyc
Nikole mentions problematic signs of "If Hillary was elected we'd be at brunch" and how this showcases temporary ally-ship. What happens if (please God) Biden wins? Will you just go back to brunch instead of the streets? Wouldn't surprise me!
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Alma Pacheco Aug 1
Face Mask Cotton 3 layer - Women’s march $15.95 Get here
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lauriedtmann 8h
Replying to @RepsForBiden
. Remember, the first people to march against , the day after his Inauguration, were women. ! We had more people marching than had attended the Inauguration the day before.
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RaveninAK 💙🇺🇸💙 25s
Replying to @PattyArquette
Women flooded Washington for the not trumps inauguration! 💜💜💜
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women wake Jul 30
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Impeach the MF Again Jul 30
An oldie but goodie. Saw this on a wall in DC during the original in 2017.
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Gals Guide Jul 31
Today’s is inspired by Beth Ann’s wonderful talk about practical preparation for protests. “Together We Rise” about the Women’s March is available for checkout at the Gals Guide library.
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Hammond Pub Library 9h
Celebrate Women's Suffrage Centennial with these titles from Women's March, Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice, Perfect 36: When Women Won the Vote
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ShannSol 10h
I am one of the millions of I was in the streets marching in the the day after was in office.
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Feral Jul 30
worshipper and hijacker of the Hillary Clinton inspired movement says what?? As she stamps all over the will of the majority who rejected Bernie's unicorn health plan in favor of the UHC plan that actually works in other countries. You lost hon...
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WatchYourRepsSC 10h
Replying to @mmpadellan @DebJHolley
Y’all remember the the day after his inauguration? They all vote!
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🌊 Syd's Soapbox for Good Trouble 🇺🇸 9h
since before the and the pink hats which many on the right find so offensive.
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lauriedtmann 8h
And, the reminder on counting the crowds for the and the Of course, both of 's Inaugurations drew many more people. 2009 - about 1.8 mil, 2013 - about 1 mil
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women wake Jul 26
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