John Shimkus

What are women still marching for?

What are women still marching for?

Anyone who attended last year’s Women’s March will tell you the march itself was just the starter pistol — the signal to hit the pavement in the long race toward progress.

It was the largest protest in U.S. history, and it continued well past Jan. 21. In the number of women exploring bids for elected office. In the #MeToo movement. In the phone calls to representatives. In the hours volunteered. In the conversations whispered and shouted.

The second annual Women’s March takes place Saturday, against a landscape that feels both unimaginable and … exactly what we imagined. Pundits will parse the turnout, the posters, the speakers, the reaction in hopes of quantifying the march’s...

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