Man, that was a very good speech. So first rate it made us cry. Not certain it was a contented cry.
A man reacts to protesters on the Girls’s March in January. Photo with the aid of Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Photographs.
Gotta be sincere, when you left the White Condo, our feelings were now not in a very good location.
An emotional Gerardo Ruiz reacts to effects of the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 8, 2016. Photo with the aid of Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Photographs.
In the again of our minds, we secretly hoped that you simply’d come galloping again atop a golden unicorn, laminated reproduction of the Charter in hand, and inform us to comply with your lead with those noted phrases you … uh, never actually mentioned.
And we recognize you were involved about us if you left…
…we have been piling into airports to protest an unjust Muslim ban.
Demonstrators at O’Hare Airport protest the government order that refuses admittance to refugees and locations a ban on shuttle from seven Muslim-majority nations. Photo with the aid of Scott Olson/Getty Photographs.
We have been chanting in the bloodless.
People accumulate to protest the Muslim immigration ban at John F. Kennedy Overseas Airport. Photo with the aid of Stephanie Keith/Getty Photographs.
We were inserting our law levels to work on a cold terminal flooring at four a.m.
Volunteer attorneys and prison advisors present to support tourists at O’Hare Airport in February 2017. Photo with the aid of Scott Olson/Getty Photographs.
And we have been profitable.
Syrian refugee Baraa Haj Khalaf cradles the U.S. flag as she leaves O’Hare Overseas Airport along with her husband and father in February 2017. Photo with the aid of Joshua Lott/AFP/Getty Photographs.
From left, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Maxine Waters. Photos (from left) by Zach Gibson/Getty Photographs; Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Photographs; and Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Photographs.
A new technology of activists became born, and an older generation got here roaring again to lifestyles.
(From left, in again) Ginny Suss, Carmen Perez, Gloria Steinem, Linda Sarsour, and Tamika Mallory and (in entrance) Mia Ives-Rublee seem onstage on the Girls’s March on Washington. Photo with the aid of Theo Wargo/Getty Photographs.
We remembered what you said if you left workplace. You warned us what became at stake.