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What Were the Goals of the Recent Women’s March and Do You Think it was Effective? 

Lion’s Eye Staff Writer
Lauren Tweed, lmt5428@psu.edu

“They were trying to prove that President Trump’s views on women were wrong. He is sexist, and looks at women as objects. It hasn’t had any effect yet, but with time it could open more people’s eyes and make changes.”
DAYANA MEJIA, SOPHOMORE, ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS

“I am not sure. I heard it was for women’s rights, as well as anti-Trump. I don’t really know what they were trying to do, but a lot of people came out. Nothing drastic is going to change.”
NICOLE DOYLE, JUNIOR, HDFS MAJOR

“To bring awareness to the problems with equality for women, planned parenthood, abortions, and more. Yes, it will lead to major changes. Many well-known celebrities gave speeches about it.”
MARY BOYLE, FRESHMAN, PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR

“To get Donald Trump’s attention on women’s rights and how important it is. I don’t think it’s going to change much.”
JANEILLE STORA, JUNIOR, MARKETING MAJOR

“I don’t know much about the women’s march, except they fought for the rights they have fought for years, such as planned parenthood. It certainly brought awareness, considering it was a trending topic on social media. Now, whether or not it was effective on convincing other to join the cause is a question that remains to be answered.”
PATRICIA CARLOS, SOPHOMORE, COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR

 

 

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