Area protesters to participate in Women’s March on D.C. 

So they went to the French Market, bought handbags of the proper size, decorated them and then improvised eye-catching signs or flags they can raise on telescoped cardboard poles to find one another if cellphone towers become overwhelmed by Saturday’s crowd.

The group’s colors are purple and silver.

Purple stands for justice, they said, and silver stands for the silver lining they see in the relationships they’ve formed through the protest – even though the march was prompted by concerns that a Trump administration could damage the rights of women and other historically marginalized groups.

Area protesters to participate in Women’s March on D.C. – Advocate

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About DW

New Orleans resident, writer, activist. Public market consultant.

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