"The marches have been cathartic, motivational, and energizing. Most feel the power of sisterhood. Many women report leaving the marches feeling empowered and ready to do the work, and this work has catapulted an unprecedented number of women into politics. Whether women have run for office or become politically active in other ways, the results are clear; we are changing the face of politics and this is to everyone’s benefit."
Jourdan Rodrigue / The Charlotte Observer
"It's so special to see someone in a position that you never thought you could be in," she said. "It's kind of like (the movie) Black Panther. There never was a black superhero, and now there is. And it's like, 'holy cow.' "And I think this is for the little girls. I want them to know that if this is what they want to do, they can do it."