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Hershey Community Gets Involved with Women’s March

Nadina Feakins of Lancaster, Pennsylvania holds a sign promoting equality in Lincoln Park, Washington DC. Feakins, originally from Argentina, came to the march with two of her friends to not only show their support for women but to also advocate for immigrants. (Broadcaster/ Emily Liesch)

Lynn Dang, Feature Writer

March 7, 2017

Just for a day, pink cat hats flooded the streets. Over one million people attended the Washington, D.C. march, and over five million people marched worldwide. Although people had many causes for marching, they united under the belief of equality. Members of the Hershey community who marched had ...

Half a Million March on Washington

A young girl wields a sign as she marches closer to the rally point by the U.S. Botanic Garden. The march attracted a diverse crowd of various ages, all from many different backgrounds, to unite against the incoming administration. (Broadcaster/ Emily Liesch)

Emily Liesch, Copy Editor

February 28, 2017

An estimated 470,000 people participated in the Women’s March in Washington, D.C on Saturday, January 21, 2017, but the participants weren’t just women. Men, women, and children all flocked to the United States Capitol in support of the march. Organizers of the march said their mission is to “sen...

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