Women’s March on Oklahoma (Part I)

On the 21st of January, cities around the world held large protests after the inauguration of the new President of the United States. Oklahoma City was among them. According to the report on KFOR.com, roughly 12,000 people (men, women, and children) attended the march last Saturday in front of the Oklahoma State Capitol. Many expressed they marched for equal pay, better and affordable education, healthcare, equal wages, against violence, racism, and against POTUS. According to NBC News, an estimated 3 million people marched globally.

This is the first part of photos from the Women’s March on Oklahoma (OKC). I’ll be sure to post more soon.

 

 

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