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Women's March on Washington

Tiffany Harris, a DC resident, holds up a sign supporting indigenous rights during the Women's March on Washington where an anticipated 200,000 people turned into an estimated 500,000 to 1 million people, on Saturday, January 21, 2017. Harris' father is is a mix between Ponca and Puyallup tribes, while her mother is Jewish. Her grandparents are survivors of the Holocaust. When asked about her hopes for the next 4 years, Harris said, "I hope that we're all wary of [President Trump]...we've seen he's a dangerous and divisive man...but he works for us and I hope he takes that seriously." She also added, "...we're very afraid and hope he doesn't undo all the work we've done..." John Boal Photography

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Tiffany Harris, a DC resident, holds up a sign supporting indigenous rights during the Women's March on Washington where an anticipated 200,000 people turned into an estimated 500,000 to 1 million people, on Saturday, January 21, 2017.  Harris' father is is a mix between Ponca and Puyallup tribes, while her mother is Jewish.  Her grandparents are survivors of the Holocaust.  When asked about her hopes for the next 4 years, Harris said, "I hope that we're all wary of [President Trump]...we've seen he's a dangerous and divisive man...but he works for us and I hope he takes that seriously."  She also added, "...we're very afraid and hope he doesn't undo all the work we've done..."  John Boal Photography