On a beautiful warm evening dish number 13 in my world food challenge, from Haiti Griots, slow cooked pork shoulder marinated in orange and lime juice, with a tomato and cucumber side salad #trevsfoodworld2018#myfoodontv#haiti
I think this might be video from last year but in 2018 Many thousands of women and their male supporters turned out on Saturday for the second Women's March, a nationwide series of protests against Donald Trump marking the end of his tumultuous first year in office.The coordinated rallies in Washington, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and about 250 other cities featured speakers who blasted Trump for policies that many said hurt women and urging voters to turn out for congressional elections in November. Sister rallies were staged in cities overseas. “Your vote is the most powerful tool at your individual disposal,” actress Eva Longoria told the Los Angeles rally. “Everybody who has the privilege of voting must do so.” Many of the protesters wore pink knit “pussy hats,” which were created for last year’s march as a reference to a comment made by Trump about female genitalia. The caps quickly became a symbol of women’s empowerment and opposition to the new president in the early days of his administration.
Saturday’s march follows what many see as a pivotal year for women’s rights, with the rise of the #MeToo and #TimesUp social media campaigns against sexual harassment and misconduct. The movements sprang up after a string of scandals involving powerful men in Hollywood, Washington and elsewhere.
Many of Saturday’s speakers highlighted the theme of sexual assault, urging all Americans to fight back against what they see as a culture that tolerates the mistreatment of women.