Nina Donovan- Nasty Woman- Women's March

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Ashley Judd passionately denounces President Donald Trump's misogyny at the 2017 Women's March on Washington by reciting Nina Donovan's "I Am A Nasty Woman" poem. On January 21st, 2016, the biggest march in U.S history took place in Washington D.C.— the Women's March. The official Women's March Website estimates around 4.8 million people took part in 673 marches in all 50 states and 32 countries around the world, the biggest one taking place in D.C. To kick off the day, actress Ashley Judd recited the poem #NastyWoman in front of hundreds of thousands of men and women assembled at the National Mall, with millions more watching via Live Stream on social media and on news channels worldwide. The poem, actually written by a young 19-year-old woman in Tennessee, has since gone viral around the world. Denver’s 2018 Women’s March Thousands of people of all ages, races and genders poured into Civic Center park Saturday morning for Denver’s 2018 Women’s March, propelled by a year of social and political tumult that many of them hope to calm at the ballot box. Video by Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post youtu.be/dWLm-r1IQdY Read the story: dpo.st/2BgA6Pa We are proud to be curating a stream of positivity, fact, and information on Twitter at @PublicaccessPod (twitter.com/PublicAccessPod) Facebook as well @PublicAccessAmerica (facebook.com/PublicAccessAmerica). Please take a moment to subscribe, rate and review on iTunes ( goo.gl/soc7KG) The Stitcher Smart Radio App (goo.gl/XpKHWB) or any where you find your favorite podcast. Subscriptions, ratings, and reviews drive the algorithm, If you are someone that believes there are better conversations to be had, a new optimistic discourse, with conversation that goes beyond politically correct into honest and useful. If you prefer fact, and education over easy headlines and grey area rhetoric, Then I ask you to support Public Access America.

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