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D., and her husband Brent Larson are attending the Women's March on Washington along with friends Linda and Dave Anderson, of Moorhead, Minn. Kim Hyatt/Forum News Service Linda Anderson, of Moorhead, Minn., is attending the Women's March on Washington in D. along with her husband, Dave Anderson, and friends Mary Jo Schmid and her husband Brent Larson.
Woods decided use her professional event-planning skills and take action as a first-time activist."I just feel like it just needed to happen," Woods said.
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"It's so important we join the rest of the people who are marching in a peaceful way to let our voices and opinions be known."The four baby boomers will join what national organizers estimate will be 200,000 others marching in Washington for progressive concerns on an array of issues, including the environment, health care, women's rights, voting rights, a free press, gun safety, racial and gender equality and religious freedom. What worries me is the incoming administration's inability to recognize and accept and celebrate those differences."The march's national organizers have emphasized they are meant to be inclusive.
The march comes a day after the Donald Trump's inauguration, a symbolic showing of political opposition during the Republican's first full day as president that will also include local demonstrations across the country — including in Fargo, Grand Forks and Bismarck."What aren't we worried about? "I'm marching because I need to stand up to an administration that threatens everything I believe in. I'm disappointed that there's no standard of excellence, of honor. Despite the name, men are invited as well."My husband saw an article in The Forum (of Fargo-Moorhead) and said to me, 'This looks like it would be of interest to you,'" Schmid said.
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