#WhyIMarch Part 2


We came. We roared. We cheered.

And we brought London to a standstill.

After rallying for hours in Trafalgar Square, I took away some action points from the march: to find someone I can nominate for the #AskHerToStand campaign (DD’s too young!), to find out if I can join the Women’s Equality Party as a non-voting resident, and figure out how best I can support Women’s Aid, an incredible charity supporting women and children escape and rebuild their lives after domestic abuse. My aim is to find a local section of the organisation, so I can volunteer time and effort, too, if needed.

Did you march, too? How did it go? Where were you? Let me know in the comments!

#whyimarch #womensmarchlondon #womensmarch


1 Comment

  1. If I were there, I would have marched with you! I support what you did, with DD. And, we are so proud of your choices!!!


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