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With signs held high, marchers stepped off at the quad next to the student center.On the march they chanted, bridges, not walls; bodies, our choice, and need a leader not a tweeter. of the women marching wore pink hats (hats with cat ears). A few men wore them as well.Signs carried by marchers ran a gamut of issues raised by event speakers. Among them were these:power of the people is greater than the people in power. nation cannot prosper long when it only favors the prosperous. human is illegal. racists afraid again. rights are human rights. Buckle up, Buttercup. are the wall and Trump will pay. your taxe$. the minimum wage. you need help Melania (Trump), blink twice. march, one of more than 600 across the world, was the brainchild of Jacqui Smith, a student in the CSUMB Masters of Social Work program. She organized other students in the program to make the march happen. It received more than 1,500 RSVPs but many more turned out for it.A banner carried at the front of the march read: march to show that women rights are human rights and that women, their partners and their children are ready to advocate for policies that affirm the value of women in our society. entered the sports center, took seats in the bleachers and filled the floor. There was standing room only and many stood outside.came to stand here to send a message to the administration that women rights are human rights Smith told the crowd. the words of Michelle Obama, they go low, we go high. 11px;are united and we have leverage and we have power,
Smith said. will not give up on our reproductive rights. We want you to feel empowered and make a difference in your community. urged people to join organizations, write their political representatives and hold them accountable.Izzy Woods, a CSUMB Associated Students senator and a lesbian, said she fears for her and her partner safety under the Trump administration. But she noted, are literally a million women across the world who have come together today. is a national built on riots, so when the time comes, go out and riot, she said.believe we have, collectively, the power to make a difference she said. can, we must, we will. Jones, recently elected to the Marina City Council and a member of the LGBTQ community, said, the next four years we will fight like a girl. There is an all out war on our bodies. We will not be sent back to the 1950s. Winchester of Planned Parenthood said the Trump administration wants to change the world into Texas and Indiana, states that have made it more difficult to obtain an abortion and other Planned Parenthood services. She said Planned Parenthood strategy now is to when we can, litigate and mitigate.Deborah Pembrook, a women outreach worker,
said Trump taped comment about grabbing women by their privates was a confession of sexual abuse.