life in and around NYC is insane

Sunday, January 22, 2017

More pictures

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The folks we chased up to the Hill:

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On the Mall:

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The "useful items":


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2 comments:

bookworm said...

One of my high school/college friends marched with her sister in DC (my friend traveled from Florida to march) and I was with her in spirit. I was thinking strongly of going to the march in Seneca Falls instead of the march in Binghamton. I ended up going to neither one. Life is funny like that. (Organizers in Binghamton thought maybe 150 people would show up. It was more than 3,000, I understand. I read a figure of 10,000. for Seneca Falls, which is surreal.) But here's the thing (as TV Detective Adrian Monk used to say). This is only the beginning of a marathon. It is not a sprint with an after party after. And I don't know how many of those marchers realize that. I can only hope we can all keep up the momentum, each of us in our own little or big ways.

songbird's crazy world said...

Locally I've seen in increase in political action groups with both long term and short term plans. We need to start now and keep it going,

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