Monthly Archives: June 2018

Families Belong Together March, San Francisco

Today was the Families Belong Together March and Rally in San Francisco. I missed the beginning, which started at Dolores Park. I joined in on Market Street. At the front of the march, Joan Baez marched behind a large banner. At City Hall, she was one of the first to speak at the rally, and she also sang We Shall Not Be Moved in English and Spanish. I made a sign with Mr. Rogers on it, because he was always kind to children. I met two different women with “What would Mr. Rogers do?” on their signs. Civic Center wasn’t as crowded as the first Women’s March, but it was a good turnout. I met interesting people and lots of great dogs.

I talked to a nice guy from KQED, and he included a photo of my sign here:
https://www.kqed.org/news/11678414/photos-bay-area-cities-join-nationwide-families-belong-together-marches
A video of Joan Baez at the rally:

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