PHOTOS: Women’s March 2018

A child marches with his parents in the 30 degree weather in support of his mother. Photo by Jenna Piper

Arshi Rizwani-Nisly, an English instructor at Laramie County Community College, delivers the keynote address at Cheyenne’s second Annual Women’s March. Photo by Christopher Edwards.

Cindy Lewis sings “Quiet” the Women’s March anthem at Cheyenne’s second Annual Women’s March. Photo by Christopher Edwards.

This group leads out front at Cheyenne’s second Annual Women’s March. Photo by Christopher Edwards

Participators at Cheyenne’s second Annual Women’s March rally in front of Wyoming’s Supreme Court. Photo by Christopher Edwards.

Many participators at Cheyenne’s second Annual Women’s March hold up signs they made to deliver their message. Photo by Christopher Edwards.

Members of Cheyenne community came together in support of all forms of equality including the rights for women, minorities, and the LGBTQ community. Photo by Jenna Piper

As part of the march, people walked from the Cheyenne Depot Plaza toward the Wyoming State Capitol where they gathered in front of the Wyoming State Library to take a panoramic photo. Photo by Jenna Piper

A marcher walks with her child while holding a sign that says, “I’m with her,” with a drawing of Lady Liberty. Photo by Jenna Piper

Marchers gather in front of the Cheyenne Depot Plaza on Jan. 20 and prepare to march to the Wyoming State Capitol building. Photo by Jenna Piper

About Jenna Piper (32 Articles)
I began my journey in the world of Mass Media in the spring semester of 2017 and have been completely obsessed with it ever since. Starting out as a Managing Editor for Wingspan, I was able to dive into journalism and found a passion in writing. As a tri-editor for Wingspan, I am excited to be exposed to the many opportunities the subject of Mass Media provides. My overall plan is to leave Laramie County Community College with invaluable experience and enroll at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. I hope to graduate with a bachelor in Mass Communications. In regards to my future profession and area of emphasis I am still in the deciding stages. I hope with the continuation of my studies I will stumble upon what I am meant to do in the amazing-chaotic life of a journalist.

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