White women coming to my city for the Women’s March: This is what I want you to know
Bridget Todd

Bridget, I live in California a melting pot of the country. I have family members and women friends of all nationalities and religions. I marched for them and for me, and for my grandchildren. The issues I marched for: sustaining Planned Parenthood, retaining Roe v. Wade, equal pay for equal work know no color boundary. Speaking up for the weak, the vulnerable and marginalized people is what we are supposed to do as Americans.

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