Carole King Joins Millions in Women's March
Singer-songwriter Carole King and half the town of Stanley, Idaho came out in a snowstorm to march in peace and solidarity with men, women and children on seven continents around the world on January 21, 2017.
While millions of urban Women’s March demonstrators showed there’s strength in numbers on Saturday, small-town America proved there’s also strength in taking a stand no matter how many people are by your side.
Sister marches to the Women’s March on Washington sprung up in every nook and cranny across the U.S. this weekend, even in cities home to fewer than 10,000 people. In some of those tiny towns, local residents estimate around half its citizens marched.
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