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Local activist says Women’s March on Washington didn’t represent her beliefs
Monday, January 23, 2017

RICHMOND, Va. -- Organizers estimate that more than 10,000 Virginians joined the Women's March on Washington Saturday, a gathering of an estimated 500,000 people speaking out against "demonzing and demeaning" language used about women and minority groups during last year's presidential campaign.

While march organizers look to mobilize the energy from Saturday, some Central Virginia women said the march did not represent their views.

Leslie Blackwell, a pro-life advocate and blogger with the group called Silent No More, said many pro-life women felt excluded or uninvited from Saturday's march.

She said media coverage of the march made it seem like all women agreed with ideas presented. Blackwell and a friend wrote a blog post about their thoughts on the weekend marches.

"I was happy to see such enthusiasm, and then when I realized that so many of my pro-life, feminist friends were uninvited, that really bothered me," Blackwell said. "Those women [at the march] did not represent me, and I think what they represented was a lot of anger."

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