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At noon today at Mill Creek Park next to the 47t Street entrance of the Plaza several hundred individuals participated in a rally and march (through the Plaza) in solidarity with hundreds of similar women’s marches across the country advocating for women’s rights and commemorating the movement and the large 2017 nationwide march.

After gathering at Mill Creek Park the majority in attendance marched south and then west toward Ward Parkway, turned north, and returned to the park through the Plaza on 47th Street. The march was about a mile in length and took under a half hour.

“Love women”


“Speak Up”

“Break! up with your toxic masculinity. I’m Bored!”

“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.”

Teach your children well:

“Vote for women”

“If it isn’t intersectional it isn’t feminism”

Yelling from traffic on 47th Street at the handful of protesters who didn’t march and remained at the park picketing.

True believer.

There were a few more who joined the group at the park as the march proceeded through the Plaza.

“Women supporting women”

“We are the granddaughters of the witches you were never able to burn”

The host returns:


Kansas City Women’s March – January 18, 2020 – photos – part 1