Snow doesn’t stop advocates from 2nd annual Kagawong Women’s March

Marchers in the second annual Kagawong Women’s March gather at Aus Hunt Marina at the end of the walk. More than 20 marchers participated in spite of snow storm warnings and bitterly cold winds. photo by Lori Thompson

KAGAWONG - More than 20 advocates braved snow and cold winds to participate in the second annual Kagawong Women’s March this past Saturday. The annual women’s march is a global movement that began with a march on Washington, D.C. in January 2017 following Donald Trump’s inauguration. The goal of the annual march is to increase awareness of and to advocate for women’s issues as well as human right...

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