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On January 20, 2018, thousands of individuals filled the streets of downtown Walla Walla, Washington for the 2nd annual women’s march. This video shows the march route from the street and from above.
Aerial footage by Spark Creative.
Street footage by Brandon Jones.
Music: “A Million Strong” by Alexa Babakhanian, “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten, “March Anthem” by The Resistance Revival Chorus, “Circle Song” by Jayme Stone (feat Moria Smiley), “Can You Feel It” by Marshall Watson (feat Leah Stegal), “Good Feeling” by Charlie Peacock (feat Swagg R’Celicious) and “Quiet” by MILCK.
This video shows the opening rally, including speeches from Kathy Mulkern (organizer), Nancy Monacelli (organizer), Katie Harvey (Activist, Girls League), Tylene Carnell (LGBTQ Activist, Pride Foundation), Jess Monterey (Immigration Rights Activists, Paralegal), Kandice Kelly (Sexual Assault Advocate, Walla Walla YWCA ) and Marta Reyes (Spanish Translator).
Lisa Brown is running for Congress in Washington’s 5th Congressional District. She came to Walla Walla to participate in the 2nd annual #WomensMarchOnWallaWalla on Saturday, January 20, 2018. We met with her for a few questions before the march. Brown is the Democratic challenger of Republican incumbent Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
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