I marched on Saturday with 749,999 of my fellow Angelenos: old and young, different races and genders, some wearing hats, and many carrying signs with a plethora of diverse messages. People marched for many different reasons: for women’s rights to gay rights to human rights; from a request for unity to a more divisive declaration against the current President. My reason for marching on Saturday can be summed up by the chant I proudly, and eventually hoarsely, shouted: “This is what democracy looks like”. ... Read more >>>
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