UU Youth & Young Adults at the Women’s March!
Out in Force for Love
My twin 6 year olds travelled from Lexington. KY. (Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington) to Washington. Here are some of our photos:
It was especially meaningful to them that so many new friends stopped to talk with them and thank them for coming, and assure them that they can and will change the world.
– Alana Ghent
We are members of the Unitarian Univeralist Church of Lexington. My daughters are age 12 and 9.
– Becky Wallace
These are photos of my daughter Rowan Benson at the #sistermarch in Lexington, KY this past weekend. I am a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington and on the leadership council for Together We Will Bluegrass, a grassroots organization.
– Melissa Benson
Attached is a photo of myself (Natalie Miskelly) and Adriana Gordon at the St. Paul women’s march. We are both from Madison, Wisconsin but attend school at the University of Minnesota. We marched with many other UUs from the Twin Cities area and it was an incredible experience. It was so powerful to see the thousands of people that showed up to stand up for what we all believe in. It gave me hope in a time of stress and anxiety for many. The UUA can freely use my photo in support of the work of the UUA and values of Unitarian Universalism.
– Natalie Miskelly
I was asked by my old DRE to send you my photo from the women’s March in Austin, so here it is! It’s me (Mary Emma Gary) and my boyfriend (Chris Dessert).
– Emma Fay
Photo taken by Calliope Landgrebe at the Kennebunk ME Stand for Women 1/21/17. (Can you tell the youth are OWL grads? 🙂
– Rev. Lara K-J Campbell
Young adults from the First Unitarian Church of St. Louis, marching here last weekend!
– Claire W.