How do we balance that fear? With hope, I think, and with our voices. We speak up when we can, we look out for one another, and we teach our kids to think critically and be active in our democracy. I’m working on this by attending the Boston Women’s March with my daughter tomorrow. We’re marching because women’s rights are human rights, and because it’s our responsibility to support those who have been disenfranchised and shut out. We’re marching because I want my daughter to understand that her voice matters.
Looking to get up-to-speed on the Women’s March? Read on…
- Tips for How to Make the Most of the March
- Inspiration for Your Protest Signs
- An Activist Mama’s Guide to Taking Kids to a March
- Where You Can Find Sister Marches
- 27 Books Every Woman Should Read
- This is Who is Planning the Women’s March on Washington
- How to Stand Together Even if You’re Not Marching
Here are other pieces of writing I’ve found this week. I hope they send you off into the weekend inspired and aware.
Wishing you an engaging and peaceful weekend,