Women’s March on New Jersey 2018

Feminism back by popular demand…

 

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Beautiful & Inspirational day in Morristown!  It was great to see the new NJ Governor Phil Murphy and first lady Tammy Murphy show up, share, and represent! Highlights for me also included speeches by Kim Gaddy, Environmental Justice Organizer at Clean Water Action, and writer/advisor Dr. Khyati Joshi, the First Vice-President of ISAAW, Inspiring South Asian American Women. I have to give three cheers for the sign language speakers, whom I couldn’t help but watch translate every word with gestural clarity and conviction. Thanks to NJ 11th for Change for their organization in making this march a passionately peaceful one. May we continue to awaken consciousness, interconnectedness, and the rights and roles of all women in our world with love and respect.

Love, Not Hate, Makes America Great!

 

 

Governor Phil Murphy, 56th Governor of New Jersey

 

 

Tammy Murphy, First Lady of New Jersey

 

 

Dr. Kyaati Joshi, First Vice President of ISAAW

 

 

Kim Gaddy, Environmental Activist with Clean Water Action

 


Women’s March on New Jersey, January 20th 2018 Goals (from www.womensmarchnj2018.com)
1. Empower every human who participates in the Women’s March on New Jersey 2018 to stand up for their beliefs and their rights.
2. Connect victims of discrimination, civil injustice, sexual harassment, or unfair treatment in an environment that encourages them to share their stories, receive support and know that they are not alone.
3. Remind the elected officials of New Jersey that they report to the people and the people expect their civil liberties to be upheld.
4. Bring hope to those who have lost confidence in our government by physically showing them that the power lies with the people.
5. Remind every New Jerseyan that our right to assemble, march, demonstrate, protest and vote is sacred and should be exercised.
6. Bring our Power to the Polls through increased New Jersey voter registration and participation in both the 2018 primary and general elections. Visit Vote411.org, and enter your address for voting information and local, state and national candidate and ballot questions.

Our voices cannot be silenced.

#WomensMarchNJ2018

 

Information subject to changes c. 2018