As tens of thousands of people gathered downtown Saturday for the Portland Women’s March, a group of about 15 seniors assembled in the lobby of a Northeast Portland retirement community. Then they, too, marched.
Their march was much smaller but it had a similar message: promoting equity, inclusion and women’s rights under the administration of President Donald Trump. The group, made up of residents from retirement community Holladay Park Plaza, wanted to show their support for the Women’s March, resident Davis Fisher said. However, the trip downtown and the large crowds would have made the march difficult for some of the residents, Fisher said.
So, they decided to have a march of their own.
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