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If bigger means better, local Women's March was the best in Springs history 

Nat Stein
Ladies to the front.
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Anjuli Kapoor, new executive director of the Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission, sang some Michael Jackson.
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Local queer organizer Adison Petti made some noise.
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Is this an uncontroversial statement yet?
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Taking it in.
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Who run the world?
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Shephard Fairey, the artist behaind that iconic Obama portrait, designed new posters featuring female resistors.
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This circular message is pretty straightforward.
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Eight years later, hope has changed.
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State Sen. Michael Merrifield seems pretty popular with this crowd.
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Remember: she could be President one day.
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Reverend Nori Rost held a discussion group instead of a sermon the morning after the march.
Nat Stein
Whether the pink monkey is a statement or just a comfort, we do not know.
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SURJ co-organizer Mac Sargeant on the mic.
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The sea of humans.
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Riffing on fatherhood and masculinity in the Trump-era.
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Onlookers.
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The ethereal goddess Kali Springs surfaced above the crowd. Or was she just a mirage?
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Did you hear he's got tiny hands?
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Do these ladies look like they should be messed with? (No, the answer's no.)
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Reverend Tammy Garrett-Williams cheers on her NAACP cohort.
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Rep. Tony Exum gets a warm welcome.
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Thumbs up to you too.
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Spotted in the crowd: Rep. Pete Lee.
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Kevin Mitchell spits some truth.
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Outgoing Chair of El Paso County Peak Dems Kathleen Ricker can get down with rap music.
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March marshals can express themselves too.
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Top contender for best hair piece of the day.
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We hope the French don't need to revive this slogan after their upcoming presidential election.
Riley Bratzler
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Timeless advice.
Riley Bratzler
This sign hung low.
Nat Stein
Seems simple enough.
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Hey!
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Yeah, you do.
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Seems reasonable to us.
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They sure do.
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And you are a good dog.
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Even if we can't skate through the next four years, we can still, you know, skate.
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Just add arrows and boom!—new meaning.
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Our peak is impervious to political flux.
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Lori Thom, who used to be an educator, will stay right here in the present, thank you very much.
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Can Boyz II Kind Humanz please be a real R&B group?
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We hope Rep. Doug Lamborn reads the Indy so he can see this.
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Keepin' Colorado Springs queer in style.
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Harness it.
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Puns comb easily to this marcher.
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30 years ago, mom made the shirt her daughter's wearing today. Sad, cute or both?
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This family nearly abandoned their car to join in.
Riley Bratzler
Tejon takeover.
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Fair enough.
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That's what it means to be an activist.
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She probably had a good view from there.
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She doesn't need that coat or that gait to command respect, but damn — They don't hurt.
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It's due time.
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Who caught the reference?
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Former state Rep. Dennis Apuan stays quite active in progressive politics.
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She's right, you guys.
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You go, bro!
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Local rapper and resident badass Stoney Bertz lays some new verses.
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We see what you did there.
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A new perspective.
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A message for the birds or, alternatively, a refuge from overstimulation.
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That's the trump card.
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Listen to children.
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Wonderful costume.
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A synchronistic trio.
Riley Bratzler
Ratify that.
Riley Bratzler
Peace and power.
Nat Stein
...to Darth Trump.
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The other side of his sign said "Make America Think Again."
Riley Bratzler
Nat Stein
Variation on a theme.
Riley Bratzler
Hecklers were few and far between.
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"I'm here for her," mom says about her daughter.
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These parents want their 7-month-old to grow up in a better world.
Riley Bratzler
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We applaud your immaculate crafts(wo)manship.
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These parents all have children with special needs. "Medicaid is life or death for us," says Kristy Greenbrier.
Riley Bratzler
Sing it.
Riley Bratzler
So many good dogs.
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Nat Stein
Ladies to the front.
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