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Flatbush + Main Episode 10 Bonus Segment: Voices from the NYC Women’s March

By Julie Golia

Posted on February 7, 2017

This month, Flatbush + Main listeners get a bonus segment of “Voices of Brooklyn!” On January 21, 2017, hundreds of thousands of people, including countless Brooklynites, took part in the Women’s March on NYC. Julie spoke to several participants about why they marched, what activism means to them, and how their beliefs have evolved since the 2016 election. We’re honored to share their thoughtful reflections.

For complete show notes, go to brooklynhistory.org/flatbush-main. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review Flatbush + Main on iTunes at brooklynhistory.org/fm-itunes.

Were you one of the marchers that proudly brandished a protest sign? Our Library & Archives is looking to collect signs from the march to chronicle this historic event. If you’d like to donate it, you can mail it to Brooklyn Historical Society or drop it off in person. Our address is 128 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn NY, 11201.

Special thanks to our Production Associate Andrew Kaberline, who edited this bonus segment. And don’t forget to subscribe to, rate, and review Flatbush + Main on iTunes!

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