By JEFF HORSEMAN | firstname.lastname@example.org | The Press-Enterprise
PUBLISHED: January 18, 2018 at 10:51 am | UPDATED: January 18, 2018 at 10:59 am
Many who marched, like Cindy Gitter, 52, of Ladera Ranch, say they hadn’t been politically active before. Now she co-chairs the environmental working group for Women for American Values and Ethics, which seeks to advance progressive causes.
“There’s a feeling of really positive and shared energy,” she said. “It was the first march I ever participated in in my life.”
The marches, Gitter said, “show people that you have a voice, whether you consider yourself disenfranchised or part of the minority. I think it symbolizes the right and the privilege and, on some level, the responsibility to participate in democracy.”