Author: Leila Kheiry

More than 200 at Ketchikan Women’s March

About 220 women, men and children – and about a dozen dogs – showed up at Ketchikan’s downtown dock on a cold, bright morning Saturday to demonstrate for women’s rights. It was part of a worldwide demonstration in response to the inauguration Friday of President Donald Trump. Ketchikan’s Women’s March started with a group rendition of The Star Spangled Banner, led by Shauna Lee. Following that inspirational opening, various speakers at the event urged those in the crowd to work for equal rights for everyone. Evelyn Erbele, minister at First United Methodist Church, said she’s not an optimist...

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