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Video from the 2018 Women’s March RI



Here’s are the video off all the amazing, and inspiring speakers at the 2018 Women’s March in Providence on Saturday at the Rhode Island State House. The wind played havoc with some off the sound but everyone is loud enough to hear on the video.


Shanna Wells, MC, Rhode Island Women’s March

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Photos from the 2018 Women’s March RI

What we fight for on the anniversary of the Women’s March

Ashley Delgado, Miss Lesbian Rhode Island

Justice Gaines, DARE (Direst Action for Rights and Equality), PrYSM (Providence Youth Student Movement) and Rhode Island Jobs With Justice

Shanna Wells

Deb Kopech representing the Rhode Island Women’s March South County Huddle

Emily Boucher from The Woman Project

Shanna Wells

Carol Shelton from the George Wiley Center

Jess Brown, MC, Extraordinary Rendition Band (ERB)

The Raging Grannies

Lisa Ranglin of the Rhode Island Black Business Association

Henrietta White Holder of Higher Ground International

Monica Huertas, who leads NoLNGinPVD

Cherie Cruz for the Rhode Island ACLU

Patricia Ricci, representing the Rhode Island Women’s March Kent County Huddle

Scholar and author Tricia Rose

Educator and artist Reza Clifton

Jess Brown

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