Female political opposition to the president-elect has cropped up in places as unlikely as Teen Vogue - From Salon
on the corner of Independence Avenue and Third Street near the Capitol Building and continue along the National Mall, according to an email message from Women’s March on Washington spokeswoman Cassady Fendlay.
Their idea snowballed all the way to Pantsuit Nation, the 3 million-plus member Facebook group of Hillary Clinton supporters, and suddenly there were multiple event pages with thousands of women signing up to go.
As the Facebook event page explains, to be more inclusive and more strategic, they brought in some women of color: Carmen Perez, Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, three accomplished social justice activists, who among other achievements, led a 2015 march from New York City to Washington, D.C., walking 250 miles to demand a fairer criminal justice system.
Kamala Harris, Tammy Duckworth and Catherine Cortez Masto are the names of the three silver linings who, when sworn in January 20, will quadrupule the number of women of color in the Senate.
According to the Huffington Post, the non-partisan female leadership training organization She Should Run has heard from 4,500 women who want to attend its incubator training.