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AAUW at the Women’s March on Washington

2017 January 27

AAUW was at the Women’s March on Washington and in cities around the country last Saturday to advocate for equity for women and girls. AAUW members were front and center.

Now, as national reminds us, our march forward does not end when the signs are packed away and the crowds head home. It’s more critical now than ever that we come together to make our message heard, starting today. Here’s how you can march forward with AAUW:

For over 135 years, AAUW has been the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls – and we don’t intend to quit. Together, we can make a difference.

You can view AAUW’s photo album from the march on Facebook. AAUW Ohio members marched too. Here are a few photos from our members.

Holly Norton (at far right), Lima Branch member, with friends on the way to the D.C. march.

Holly Norton took this photo in the midst of the crowd at the pre-march rally in D.C.

This group from Akron includes AAUW Ohio members Paula Maggio and Pat Millhoff, second and third from right.

Two young women march wrapped in a peace flag.

This lineup of women at the march included pink pussy hats and bicycles.

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