A year after Roe’s fall, Women’s March returns to press for abortion access
On the one-year-anniversary of Dobbs, Washington Post reporters spoke to pro-choice and pro-life supporters about what a post-Roe America looks like. (Video: Joyce Koh, Whitney Leaming, Alice Li/The Washington Post, Photo: Craig Hudson/The Washington Post)
Janisann Hay, 65, beamed with pride as she and her granddaughter, 16-year-old Sophia Paxton, made their way Saturday to the gathering spot for the 2023 Women’s March outside Union Station. “I’m so proud of you,” Hay said to her granddaughter.