After a full work day and a Board meeting at William Penn House, I joined those at the Supreme Court affirming their engagement, crying out their resolve, their outrage, their grief, their hope.
United States Supreme Court, July 9, 2018 (chanting, “hey, hey, ho, ho, the patriarchy has got to go…”
I had previously committed to volunteering at the Lantern at the same time as the demonstration at the White House against the separation, incarceration, and deportation of those seeking asylum. I left the house an hour early and got off the bus at Farragut Square instead of taking it all the way to Georgetown. Volunteers were actively coordinating and people were starting to gather.
I talked to people who were heading over as I walked on to the Lantern, and I brought the demonstration with me.
Families Belong Together Prayer Vigil, June 29, 2018