Book Club Brunch – Chapter 30

Posted By Whitney | 2 comments


Hi lovelies,

About the same time that this post goes up, my mother and I will be making our way from Arlington into Washington DC to participate in the Women’s March. This is a unique moment in history, and I’m proud that we have the opportunity to act.

I know that it’s a special privilege that makes it possible for me to participate in the Women’s March today. I thought I would put together a handful of other ways that people can act across the country:

What do you plan to do today? Share your ideas in the comments!

Peace,

Whitney

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  1. I love your suggestions of ways to continue the movement – marches should be the beginning of a movement, not the end! There’s so much work still to be done, so let’s not lose momentum and keep up the good fight!

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    • Yes, yes and more yes!! I also jumped off my list a bit and started following my congressional delegation on social media. I’ve already been surprised by how much more informed I am about their positions – and how quickly I can voice my concerns when I feel like things are getting really icky.

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