Together We Marched
for Peace and Human Rights!
In solidarity across the nation on January 21, 2017, millions of women and men part in the Women's March. True Blue Women proudly took part in Washington, DC, Kansas City and Topeka.
Senator Elizabeth Warren said "We come here to stand shoulder to shoulder to make clear: We are here! We will not be silent! We will not play dead! We will fight for what we believe in!"
Janelle Monae, musician and actor: "Continue to embrace the things that make you unique, even if it makes others uncomfortable. You are enough. Whenever you feel in doubt, whenever you want to give up, you must always remember to choose freedom over fear."
And each of us is choosing to stand up and celebrate freedom, peace, love, and acceptance.
Send us your photos from the Women's March and we will add them to our Gallery.
The results of the national election will take our continued vigilance. Contact your legislators today, tomorrow and every day you want your voice heard.
“Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities.”
- National Association of Social Workers
“That is the best of what the old heads meant when they spoke of being ‘politically conscious’—as much a series of actions as a state of being, a constant questioning, questioning as ritual, questioning as exploration rather than the search for certainty.”
- From Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates
“There is no justice in America, but it is the fight for justice that sustains you.”
- Amiri Baraka