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Seattle Women's March 2.0
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Seattle Women’s March 2.0

Seattle Women's March 2.0 Young Women with Police Officers

Seattle Women’s March 2.0

The Seattle Women’s March 2.0 started at Cal Anderson Park in the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, where speakers, including Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, kicked off the activities. Participants marched from the park down to Westlake Park before finishing at Seattle Center.


This second march seemed to take on a new importance, as people in the streets in major cities registered attendees to vote and people spoke of their responsibility as a member of a constituency. While most marchers came to share their opposition to the Trump administration, they also spoke about the importance of voting in the upcoming 2018 midterm election.


Marching builds a sense of empowerment and hopefully that will carry over to voter registration and a persistent effort to turn this around. Because this is not acceptable. Stay informed, be vigilant, take action, VOTE.


I’m still processing all raw format files, but in the meantime here are some of my favorite images from the march. All rights reserved. Feel free to share on socia media platforms. All I ask is you properly give credit by linking back to this blog or mentioning @arlemJM in the post. Distribution for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. Please continue to support my work and share with your loved ones. Thank you.