Candlelight protest

Jennifer Charlton-Shuldes of the Frederick County Commission for Women, spoke to about 150 people who gathered outside Winchester Hall for a candlelight protest vigil. After cutting funding for the Head Start program in Frederick County, two county commissioners suggested that ideally, women should stay home with their children.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Amy Davis / February 17, 2011 )

Jennifer Charlton-Shuldes of the Frederick County Commission for Women, spoke to about 150 people who gathered outside Winchester Hall for a candlelight protest vigil. After cutting funding for the Head Start program in Frederick County, two county commissioners suggested that ideally, women should stay home with their children.

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