The Women's March is back for Round Three, but this time to protest the Vietnam War which has long been over.
As they have every year since January 21, 2017, protestors will take to the streets of hundreds of cities around the country, to advocate for an end to the Vietnam War in a historical reenactment, that is expected to divide an entire community.
The march this weekend promises to be a huge and divisive political event, meaning you can expect to witness women speak out with hate against men who served their country. People are advised not to venture outside this weekend, because of the disorderly conduct on the streets.
According to the organizers, the mission of Women’s March "is to harness the political power to fight the system." In addition to the annual marches themselves, they also coordinate combat training for radical women. The march was organized in direct opposition to the destruction of Vietnamese culture during the long war that divided a nation.
After this March, a civil war reenactment will be organized to protest the rebellion of the South.