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Column: I was there for those who agree — and those who do not

BY MARIANNE WINESETT WASHINGTON — I was there. It’s become the battle cry for every woman and man that participated in the many marches held around the country and the world. This proclamation is either met with a look of scornful disdain… Continue Reading

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Column: As an introvert marches in Washington, meeting others matters more than speeches

BY ERICA HOWELL WASHINGTON — “Life begins where your comfort zone ends.” This is the mantra I repeated to myself in the days leading up to the Women’s March on Washington. As an introvert, participating in this march was far outside… Continue Reading

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Column: In marches here and afar, many came together to represent an America that was already great

BY CHONA SANTANDER O’GALVIN NORFOLK — There we were: two suburban moms from Virginia Beach making the trek into downtown Norfolk via the Tide with our large cardboard signs. We didn’t know what to expect. We just knew we had to… Continue Reading

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Column: Even for one who isn’t the type to protest, women’s march was something greater than anticipated

BY DENISE FINKBEINER HOLDEN  WASHINGTON — I like my comfort. I’m not the type to protest, walking around with strangers carrying posters for each other to read. I voted. I said my piece. But, each for our own reasons in the span… Continue Reading