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NYC First Lady Mc Cray, when asked what she thought of her New York sisters on the march, responded, “I love them!They’re out here with so much energy and enthusiasm. You see the signs out here, the values that they’re representing; this is the direction we have to move in.This 2018 Women’s March was a call to vote, to run for office, to speak out, and never be silenced.“The core principles have remained the same,” said Sarah Steinhardt, press officer for Women’s March Alliance (WMA), organizer of the Jan. “We march for women’s rights and gender equality, to empower women to use their voices, and to give them the tools and the knowledge and the information to do so.” However, in addition to those core principles, this year’s March promoted voter registration, with a clear message to vote.She repeated the mission of registering a million women to vote before the 2018 midterm elections and reminded that on Sun., Jan.
You don’t have to be perfect, you just have to be willing.” Repeated by several speakers was the reminder that this emerging movement is not about vengeance.The banner “Marching For Everything We Hold Dear” was held at one corner by Lynn Mc Mahill from Washington Heights who said, “I don’t know all the people holding the banner with me.People just joined in to help and really, that’s what this is all about, people joining together.” Nina Kulkarni, with the League of Women Voters, was marching nearby with a speaker announcing that she could register voters on the spot.“Our goal is to register one million women to vote by the November election,” Steinhardt explained, “We feel very strongly that women should know how to exercise their rights and the most basic example of that is voting.” On that initiative WMA is working with voter registration groups such as voter.org, Rock The Vote, and Voto Latino.
While the marchers would hear that call to vote from speakers who rallied the assembled thousands on this good-for-marching 50-degree Saturday, they would mostly be moved by the stories of those who were not household names.
“I was made to feel that I should be grateful because I was not as good as a non-disabled woman,” she said.