Women's March

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The visit of Ivanka Trump to the P-Tech program at Syracuse’s I-T-C school did not go unnoticed by demonstrators who wanted to protest immigration and education policy.  Rae Kramer was there to oppose Trump Administration border actions she calls cruel and racist.  And she believes Ms. Trump could persuade her father on the issue.

Amy Bartell

Central New Yorker’s who participated in Women’s March events over the weekend reflect on how the large protests might lead to change. Syracuse University Trans-media Adjunct Professor Nancy Keefe Rhodes walked eight miles in Washington, D.C. with a group of 28.  They experienced welcoming neighborhoods where residents and city police thanked participants for coming.  Rhodes now wonders what the future holds.