The Women’s March-January 21, 2017

by Suzanne Button Two women meet at their child’s school. Mothers and daughters become and stay friends, even though one family moves far away– from Alaska to Virginia. This longstanding social connection leads, through a series of other social connections, to 21 women, ranging in age from 9 to 93, spending the weekend marching in Washington, D.C., along with many others who stood up and marched for unity, connection and caring. The march itself sprung up out of a longing for social and interpersonal connection and their potential to ameliorate societal fracturing. … Read More