Comments (7)Emily.: Yessss your caption is perfect! This was about people standing together in unity. If you look it up some people actually dressed like the suffragettes as a means of respect to them. Without women marching we wouldn't be where we are today
Nicole: That poster reminds me of a book I recently read called "Half the Sky." You should read it if you haven't, and she definitely needs it! @shesfiercemovement
Amber Smith: Hear hear! There will always be people who look to bring others down the second they sense any lift. Between the moment they see someone start to feel/do/be/accomplish something good, and the moment they say something designed to deflate/discredit/descriminate/tear them back down, is a feeling they may not even be aware of- a subconscious ick that comes from the buried pains, griefs and angers of their own story. Until all hearts are healed to allow for true self-love and opening, there will be people who don't understand that concepts like compassion, empathy, unity and love are more powerful than any words they can speak in any language. They just don't feel what we feel, but we have to love them anyway❤️ they believe they are doing the right thing too. Ultimately we showed up for each other yesterday. We know we can only be the change we want to see and that we can't whine for it, which is why we put our bodies in the streets to stand and be counted instead of sitting at home and cowardly trolling people❤️love you @shesfiercemovement!
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