Days after the announcement of the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., in 2017, I was registered. I had no qualms about traveling with my 6-year-old daughter from New York to Washington to march and protest alongside hundreds of thousands of others. After all, we were fighting for her future and I wanted her to have a voice in that fight, to know that her voice counts and that it has power.
Fast forward to last month’s March for our Lives. This time, I made a different decision; I stayed home. My daughter is just 7, I told myself. She can read the posters people are holding. She can...Read More
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