Women’s March on Washington: Photos

A few days later and still processing the Women’s March on Washington. These images are a glimpse into the day.

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Only strong men understand the need to support women.

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Same.

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My heart when I see fierce Muslim-American woman standing for justice for all.

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Founder of Muslimgirl.com Amani Khatahtbeh.
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I marched for my children, who inherited a fundamentally worse world than I did. I march for my students who will walk into an unkind world, but I want them to know there are people of conscious who will stand with them if the need arise. I march for my personal dreams and the belief I can still make them a reality.
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