#womensmarchonwashington Thank you to the 3 women of color that organized this amazing March and the marches around the world. Thank you to everyone who participated by going, donating, spreading awareness, and volunteering. Never be afraid to be revolutionary and radical because that is how progress happens. I challenge everyone and myself to be involved in supporting organizations that are GOING to undo and prevent all of the "president& #39;s& #34; attempts to get rid of our civil rights. ALL of our rights are at stake so there is no excuse for not caring. Keep that passion, anger, and fire for the next four years as we struggle to survive and not go back in time. Now is your time to protect WOC, POC, incarcerated people, undocumented people, Muslim people, trans people, lgbtq+ people, sex workers, mothers, activists, etc, and all of our rights. Don't be silent. Start with changing the minds of family members, HOLD YOUR FRIENDS ACCOUNTABLE, and hold yourself accountable. Stand for intersectionality and not just issues that affect you. Although I am scared for my safety and the safety of my family, I will not equivocate, I will not silence myself, I will express my identity fully, I will wave MY flag proudly, I will be louder, I will fight for ALL of my sister (not just Cisters), I will stand by all of my brothers, I will stay conscious, I will practice my religion full heartedly despite the attacks because my Orishas protect me, I will seek the truth and teach the truth, and I hope you all do too✊🏿 ~Thank you to my parents, grandparents, great grandparents, and ancestors for raising me to be a revolutionary.