I am an artist, a woman and an American.
On November 8th, Election Day, I took the #DontTrumpWomen message to the streets of Downtown Frederick and walked a course of 19 times — north and south— on Market Street. The Walk was, and will continue to be, a silent protest, a visible stand and an active determination against the misogyny, sexism, racism, homophobia and hatred galvanized by the Trump candidacy for President of our United States.
As I reflect on the outcome of the election, seven days past, my feelings are complex. I thought the best way to communicate them with you, my readers, is to share the public reaction — positive, negative and neutral — to the #DontTrumpWomen Walk.