Millions of women marched across time zones on January 21.
In a remarkable show of soulforce, women came out around the world.
(Chicago Women’s March, January 21, 2017)
Like the girls of the hive, they were multitudinous. Their voices heard ringing from cities and towns everywhere.
Of that which is life affirming.
Men were there too. Along with families. Children. Grandmothers. All generations represented. A safe place.
Eloquent. Cheeky. Poetic. Musical. Dancing bodies.
Amidst of sea of pussy hats
Creativity was astonishing.
I saw signs of uterus’ held by local midwives(as a midwife friend explained to me, the uterus is the strongest muscle in the human body).
New life comes through women’s bodies.
And discernment….”this needs to be said…we are in this moment when everyone is talking about unity…I think unity is important but we can’t let unity be used as a weapon to silence these truths.” (Naomi Klein, Washington D.C., Jan. 2017)
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Beautiful post about an unforgettably powerful day.
I love your words. You have the BEST words!
Grandchildren (see collectively, not only personally), Satyagraha.
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