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Women’s March, Jan. 21, 2017

Photo courtesy of Gail Hille Girdwood’s Gail Hille (L) attended the Women’s March in Downtown Anchorage.

Women’s March, Jan. 21, 2017

Photo courtesy of Erin Knotek Nearly three feet of snow did not deter 15 protesters from attending the Women's March in downtown Moose Pass. In a sign of unity, men and women from Cooper Landing joined forces with Moose Pass where they marched on Sat., Jan. 21st. The protest was peaceful with protesters only met with one ugly phalangeal gesture from a passing motorist. The women's march was held on all seven continents, including times zones across the U.S. Their later in the day start probably made them the last Women's March across the nation.

Photo courtesy of Erin Knotek
Nearly three feet of snow did not deter 15 protesters from attending the Women’s March in downtown Moose Pass. In a sign of unity, men and women from Cooper Landing joined forces with Moose Pass where they marched on Sat., Jan. 21st. The protest was peaceful with protesters only met with one ugly phalangeal gesture from a passing motorist.
The women’s march was held on all seven continents, including times zones across the U.S. Their later in the day start probably made them the last Women’s March across the nation.

Photo courtesy of Gail Hille Girdwood’s Gail Hille (L) attended the Women’s March in Downtown Anchorage.

Photo courtesy of Gail Hille
Girdwood’s Gail Hille (L) attended the Women’s March in Downtown Anchorage.