WOMEN'S MARCH 2021 with guest, Elle Rochford! The first Women's March drew millions of participants. Since then, the pandemic has revealed striking wage, employment gaps for women and a national childcare crisis that has left many overwhelmed and tapped out financially. How will this affect participation on Saturday and what does that mean for future marches? Maria and I will talk to Elle Rochford about her study on how being involved in marches tends to make people more politically active. What can we learn from the Women's March and how can this inform our work for civil rights going forward?