Yesterday . there was no division in a national and global effort to unite humanity . In the cities where people marched it was impossible to see corporate induced schisms. The manifestation was intersectional which is missing in media coverage. There was unconditional hope that we the people lives and is a greater force than a demagogue. There was A sense of real and righteous power. No doomsday clouds but a leadership accountability mandate. You had to be there to feel this. It wasn't possible to mediate it.
A rainy turnout for the women's march in San Francisco and the rotunda is all hot pink in commemoration. Arrived in time to hear Joan Baez - not seen but heard. Very crowded at march estimated at 35-50 thousand that moved at a snail's pace since police cars blocked the route part of the way. But it was definitely worth it! Nice crowd. Favorite chant Hey hey hey ho ho ho Donald Trump has got to go.