What started out as the Women's March on Washington turned out millions of people in dozens of cities in all 50 states — and around the world. In addition to women's rights, it was all about racial justice, immigration, climate change, jobs and gender discrimination: a vast array of political and social issues. The one, unifying grievance might have been opposition to Donald Trump, but is there a way to consolidate it all into concerted action? Was it the beginning of a movement for real political change or a feel good moment that's liable to fade away?
One massive turnout… with how many different goals?
Dana Fisher - University of Maryland - @Fisher_DanaR, Malkia Cyril - Center for Media Justice / Black Lives Matter - @culturejedi, Micah White - Occupy Wall Street - @beingMicahWhite, Aisha Moodie-Mills - Victory Fund - @AishaMoodMills, Christian Ramirez - Southern Border Communities Coalition - @RamirezUSMEX