The next women’s march is in the works. Although big mobilizations are important, if we want to build power, we have to build sustained organization.
By Bonzo McGrue, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=55219674
Last year at this time, a giant women’s march was in the planning stages. It turned out to be among the largest in U.S. history, according to theWashington Post. Between 4 million and 5 million people turned out in over 650 marches across the U.S. on Jan. 21, 2017, ranging from 200 in Abilene, Texas, to five who bravely marched in their hospital cancer ward, to between half a million and a million each in Washington D.C., Los Angeles, and New York. In spite of Trump administration sputtering, the D.C. women’s march alone dwarfed the size of the official inauguration.
The pink-hatted marchers conveyed an unmistakable message of fury at the prospect of a Trump presidency. But…
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