The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Women's March

 

January 25, 2018

Tens of thousands of people around the world marched over the weekend in the one-year anniversary of events supporting women's rights and other causes ranging from dissatisfaction with President Trump to support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Above, a speaker at Saturday's march in Longview, attended by a dozen Wahkiakum County residents, calls for people to register to vote. See story and photo on page 3. Photo courtesy of Desiree Craven.

Above: Tens of thousands of people marched Saturday in Seattle in the one-year anniversary of events supporting women's rights and other causes. Photo by Taylor McAvoy, WNPA Olympia News Bureau.

Above right: L-r, Carol Richardson, Jillian Ross and Mary Ann Nelson were some of the estimated 300 persons who marched Saturday in Longview to support women's rights and promote voter registration. Photo courtesy of Carol Richardson.

Lower right: L-r, George Exxum, Diane Stockhouse, Bruce Craven, Rob Stockhouse and Elizabeth Nugent, with dog DoraMae, held a small but enthusiastic March Saturday in Cathlamet to support women's rights and other issues. Photo by Rick Nelson

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