Could 2019 Mark the End of the Women’s March?

Since its creation in 2017, the ‘Women’s March’ has evolved into a series of annual events across the country and a movement that enshrines pro-abortion, anti-family, and anti-women policies. However, with discord among the movement becoming public, a question is increasingly being raised: Is the future of the Women’s March crumbling? The Women’s March On Washington was inaugurated on January 21, 2017. What started primarily as a protest of President Trump’s election has now grown into an annual march with spin-off events nationwide; 2019 events will occur on January 19. As stated on their website, the mission of this movement

A Tale of Two Marches

January 19th and January 20th of 2018 were both significant days in America. On January 19th, pro-lifers swarmed Washington, D.C., to participate in the 45th annual March for Life. A day later, thousands of men and women, primarily pro-abortion, came to D.C. to attend the 2nd annual Women’s March. Although these two marches were only separated by a single day, their participants, attitude, and rhetoric were worlds apart. Beginning with the latter, the rhetoric of the Women’s March on Washington was vile, violent, and angry. Although concerned with change, this march has become well known for the explicit and vulgar