Valencia: The Women’s March to End Sexism

Beatriz “Betty” Valencia, Vice President of Operations, Business & Finance, Central Vice-Chair of the Democratic Party of OC, community organizer, author and motivational speaker writes that sexism is a cancer in our society that oppresses all of us.

Keefe: Why I’ll March

Catherine Keefe, poet, essayist and story coach writes that she will march so that her body will be counted in the name of all that is just.

Adelekan: We Must March to Make Our Voices Heard

Dr. Patricia Adelekan, CEO and Founder of Youth on the Move, writes that she will be marching at the Orange County Women’s March on January 18th, 2020 for the same reasons she participated in the March on Washington in 1963: Unity, Justice, Fairness, Equality, Jobs, Freedom, and Agape love for all mankind

Briceño: Why We March

Marching is as American as Apple pie, writes Ada Briceño, Co-President of UNITE HERE Local 11 in Orange County, noting the variety of causes she’ll be supporting by marching with thousands of others in Santa Ana on Jan. 20 for the annual Women’s March.