This weekend, I was proud to participate with more than 50,000 people marching for immigration, environmental, and women’s issues as part of the 2018 Women’s March on Denver. The mood was enthusiastic, hopeful, powerful, and patriotic. There were so many people there, and all bundled up, shouting and holding signs about their disdain for our selective immigration policies. There were also signs expressing women’s strength, even after sexual harassment and assault. It made me proud to know that I get to help women fight off their domestic violence abusers through TESSA, and men, women and children fight their way through immigration red tape as part of my own practice.