Organizers say the Saturday event won’t be the last of the Hamilton action
By Samantha Craggs
An organizer of the Hamilton version of the Women’s March on Washington D.C. says Saturday’s showing at city hall isn’t the last people will see of the movement here.
Anna Davey, co-organizer of the event that drew at least 1,000 people, said she and others are planning more efforts to capitalize on the momentum of the weekend.
“We’re not going anywhere,” said Davey, who was “blown away” by the turnout. “There will be further events and actions.”
An estimated 500,000 people jammed the streets of Washington D.C. Saturday to draw attention to what they fear the Donald Trump administration will mean for women’s, human and civil rights. Similar marches happened worldwide.
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