Signs from the Women's March

I attended the Women's March in down town LA this morning.  The biggest takeaway for me was when speakers or protesters described undocumented families facing deportation or separation as our neighbors.  As a Jew, I know that my ancestors have faced pogroms where angry mobs sought to drive them out by threatening their lives and livelihoods.  It chokes me up when I imagine people who only want an opportunity to live in peace facing that kind of hate in America, MY country.  But it's reassuring to see that as long as hundreds of thousands of people are angry enough to keep marching and agreeing to stand up and protect our neighbors, we can make a stronger and safer America.

Here are a few of the signs.