Today women gathered together via social media using the hashtag #WLWomensMarch and #WomensMarch to explore the role of minority women in building a broader women’s rights agenda. Special invited guests included: Waikinya Clanton, National Executive Director of NOBEL Women and Power of the P.U.M.P; Janaye Ingram, Director of Logistics for the Women’s March on Washington and Natalie Cofield, CEO and Founder of Walker’s Legacy & Walker’s Legacy Foundation.
See below for highlights from the Twitter Townhall!
Women can make their voices heard by being IN the game, continuing to be FIRSTS and not letting anything stop them #WLWomensMarch
— Natalie M Cofield (@ncofield) January 19, 2017
Black women should continue to flex their political muscle through engagement and advocacy. Elected officials rep all people. #WLWomensMarch
— Janaye Ingram (@Janaye_Ingram) January 19, 2017
— Waikinya Clanton (@WJSClanton) January 19, 2017
— Elizabeth Whitmore (@WhitmoreWorks) January 19, 2017
To see more search the hashtag #WLWomensMarch or follow us on Twitter @WalkersLegacy. For more information on the Women’s March visit www.womensmarch.com.