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- "I want to tell women that it's valid, their passions, their heart-led ideas. And to go for it… the more we can help fund that and mentor that, the more we can see growth with women entrepreneurship and leadership in general. I want people to write their own story and their version of their story and make it happen." - Katrina So moved by all of the women working for the same thing today. #womensmarch #marchonwashington #girlboss #fearlesswomen #girlpower #whyimarch
- "I want to tell women that it& #39;s valid, their passions, their heart-led ideas. And to go for it… the more we can help fund that and mentor that, the more we can see growth with women entrepreneurship and leadership in general. I want people to write their own story and their version of their story and make it happen." - Katrina So moved by all of the women working for the same thing today. #womensmarch #marchonwashington #girlboss #fearlesswomen #girlpower #whyimarch
- "I want to tell women that it's valid, their passions, their heart-led ideas. And to go for it… the more we can help fund that and mentor that, the more we can see growth with women entrepreneurship and leadership in general. I want people to write their own story and their version of their story and make it happen." - Katrina So moved by all of the women working for the same thing today. #womensmarch #marchonwashington #girlboss #fearlesswomen #girlpower #whyimarch
- #truth #fearlesswomen #Repost @jenibrittonbauer with @repostapp ・・・ First, I march for everyone because I believe that freedom is freedom. Yes, women have specific issues that I am marching for, but I keep it in my mind always that we need to work to lift all people up. I march because, whatever his policies turn out to be (and I have a very open mind), we have elected an inelegant and conspicuously anti-women president and I think our children need to see strong women and men who are working hard live to their values each day and stand up for what we believe is right. On a personal note, I am going to join up with a broader movement of women whose fight has, through no fault of their own, been made more difficult than my own. And to humbly stand behind and beside them. To acknowledge my unearned advantage and to reject it and find ways to begin to pay it back to our city and country somehow. I march to acknowledge the work of my great-great grandmother, a suffragette, who raised an amazing boy who grew up a champion of women's rights, who raised my grandmother who became a force in the world, who raised my father, who married my mother - both staunch supporters of the rights and freedom of all people, who raised me. I thought it was over, that was my generation's mistake. On Saturday, I will pick up that torch. #whyimarch @womensmarch (watch my stories today!)
- #truth #fearlesswomen #Repost @jenibrittonbauer with @repostapp ・・・ First, I march for everyone because I believe that freedom is freedom. Yes, women have specific issues that I am marching for, but I keep it in my mind always that we need to work to lift all people up. I march because, whatever his policies turn out to be (and I have a very open mind), we have elected an inelegant and conspicuously anti-women president and I think our children need to see strong women and men who are working hard live to their values each day and stand up for what we believe is right. On a personal note, I am going to join up with a broader movement of women whose fight has, through no fault of their own, been made more difficult than my own. And to humbly stand behind and beside them. To acknowledge my unearned advantage and to reject it and find ways to begin to pay it back to our city and country somehow. I march to acknowledge the work of my great-great grandmother, a suffragette, who raised an amazing boy who grew up a champion of women& #39;s rights, who raised my grandmother who became a force in the world, who raised my father, who married my mother - both staunch supporters of the rights and freedom of all people, who raised me. I thought it was over, that was my generation& #39;s mistake. On Saturday, I will pick up that torch. #whyimarch @womensmarch (watch my stories today!)
- #truth #fearlesswomen #Repost @jenibrittonbauer with @repostapp ・・・ First, I march for everyone because I believe that freedom is freedom. Yes, women have specific issues that I am marching for, but I keep it in my mind always that we need to work to lift all people up. I march because, whatever his policies turn out to be (and I have a very open mind), we have elected an inelegant and conspicuously anti-women president and I think our children need to see strong women and men who are working hard live to their values each day and stand up for what we believe is right. On a personal note, I am going to join up with a broader movement of women whose fight has, through no fault of their own, been made more difficult than my own. And to humbly stand behind and beside them. To acknowledge my unearned advantage and to reject it and find ways to begin to pay it back to our city and country somehow. I march to acknowledge the work of my great-great grandmother, a suffragette, who raised an amazing boy who grew up a champion of women's rights, who raised my grandmother who became a force in the world, who raised my father, who married my mother - both staunch supporters of the rights and freedom of all people, who raised me. I thought it was over, that was my generation's mistake. On Saturday, I will pick up that torch. #whyimarch @womensmarch (watch my stories today!)

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