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In January of 2017, I attended my first march ever. I had to. The time had come to stand up for my daughter and all of the other women and girls out there. It’s time for me to say that how it is, is not ok. It’s not ok. It’s not fair. It’s not how I am going to leave things for the next generation. This march is a few steps in the lifelong march for equality, respect, and unity.

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