…but probably one of the coldest.
and definitely the northiest.
Utqiagvik joined the list of communities throughout the U.S. that saw demonstrations in support of women’s reproductive rights today. About a dozen folks participated in this event, encouraged by occasional honks and waves from passing drivers. They gathered at the Barrow Whalebone Arch and marched out to the front of the bank building where, a few of the organizers gave speeches before the event came to a close.
This is a small voice from a distant corner of the nation, but it’s nice to hear it just the same. I can only hope it joins a chorus loud enough to be heard in all the right places.
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Jim Stewart said:
This is one of the reasons I follow your blog. Great reminder!
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You have support from women worldwide. Keep up the wonderful work:).
China Dream said:
worth a reblog
I am glad to see/hear/read from men about this.
They should be just as involved as women. Maybe they are and I just haven’t noticed.
I did click out on the map of you About Page. Cool!
Don of Time 🇨🇦 (@DonGibsons) said:
Too important of an issue to be ignored anywhere on the planet!
Robert Russell Hearn said:
Pinned to my board “Everyday Heroes” 🙂