Annapolis had an extraordinary large turnout for the Women’s March this afternoon. Progressive groups from around the state were represented which included Action Annapolis, Anne Arundel County Indivisible, Anne Arundel Huddle Network, Connecting The Dots, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Committee, Flip The County, Get Money Out – Maryland, March On, Maryland Legislative Agenda for Women, NARAL Pro-Choice MD, PFLAG Anne Arundel County, Planned Parenthood of Maryland, Progressive Maryland, Take Action AAC, Together We Will, and WISE. Speakers included Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley, Anne Arundel County Indivisible – Yasemin Jamison, Anne Arundel Huddle Network – Diane Odell, The Arc Maryland – Ande Kolp, Executive Director, The Arundel Patriot – Our own Vicky Bruce, Editor, Waleska Casiano-Matos, immigration lawyer, Caucus of African American Leaders – Vickie Gipson, Connecting The Dots – Monica Lindsey, The Conversation Starters – Allie Moore, Evelyn’s Law – Felicia Anthony, Get Money Out Maryland – Susan Ogden, InformBlue – Sarah Mogol, Judge Claudia Barber, Maryland Legislative Agenda for Women – Stacy Korbelak, MLK Jr Committee – Darius Stanton, NARAL Pro-Choice – Diana Philip, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood – Karen Nelson, CEO PP Maryland and PFLAG – Alyssa Fenix
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