We spanned seven continents—seas of women numbering in the millions, impossible to ignore. We showed up in hundreds of U.S. cities, including places like Wichita and Fairbanks. We were 50 people out of the 360 who live in Mentone, AL. There was a group in Antarctica and even one in a cancer ward. We were fierce and defiant, meditative and joyous, grinning and teary-eyed. Some danced, others moved slowly with the help of a cane or another’s arm, some were too packed in to move much at all. Yet we all soared.
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