Saturday, January 21, 2017

Women's March Tucson, Arizona

Saturday.
Son joined 15,000 womens, children and men in solidarity with other 
marches over the United States and World.
Adam told me he was marching for his sister, women, children and people of the world.
The speakers gave a shout out to all the brothers marching with the women and children.
It was a great day in Tucson and America. 


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The only problem with this march is that it had
Congressman Grijalva speaking. For me he is the most
vile, condescending Democrat. I personally despise him.
But other than that a terrific day.

One quick shout out to the wonderful Tucson Police who had street blocked,
barriers up, keeping cars away and the marchers safe.

cheers,  gayle

16 comments:

  1. Wow, you must be so proud of your son! I think it's wonderful how many men marched in solidarity around the world today. Thank you for sharing this! ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’œ❤

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    1. He wanted to go. . After the march he told me that today was the first day he felt better after the election. He even sounded so much better to me. He has hope.

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  2. Absolutely fantastic posting! Lots of useful information and inspiration, both of which we all need!Relay appreciate your work.

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  3. We saw something of the marchers on our news here in the UK. Very impressive.

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  4. Hi, Gayle!

    I admire your son greatly for showing solidarity and joining the Women's March. It truly was a great day in Tucson and across America.

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  5. It was a great, encouraging day. Let's all hope it's just the beginning.

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  6. It was a hopeful day. I'm sure Donald was gnashing his twitter teeth over the numbers protesting/marching as opposed to his paltry inauguration numbers.

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  7. Amaxing scenes, so proud of every one who marched! I'm sorry now I didn't take the mornng off and go to the Dublin one. Have a great week.x

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  8. Good to see. There was a march here as well- I should have gotten some pictures.

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  9. Hurrah for your son! It has been extensively covered on British tv and I was so delighted that Saturday's turnout was so much greater than for the actual inauguration. I made my little statement and dressed in pink to do my Saturday shopping.

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  10. How wonderful your son joined the march! It was a very hopeful day.

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  11. I was taken by surprise by the sheer number of people marching in various cities, including my own (and, before you ask about the weather, we had a nice spring-like day here in Cleveland, which I'm sure encouraged participation) Gives me hope, something I don't always have a great supply of.

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  12. Glad nothing bad happened to him.

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  13. So wonderful that your son wanted to be there. The pictures are awesome!

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  14. This must have been a very inspiring occasion - to dispel some of the gloom. I wish I could have been there.

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  15. A big shout-out for Adam! I would have liked to join the march, but I doubt I would have gotten far. Collin wanted to do it, but he had to work.

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