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Women’s March NYC 2017 With HOT 97 – Highlights + Interviews

On January 21, 2017 millions of women across the nation and world wide partook in the women’s march with one common goal, to chant their vows against President Donald J. Trump. A sense of unity, sisterhood, and solidarity filled the atmosphere as people of all colors, ages, races, and genders took over New York City.

I joined the WLIB, WBLS, and HOT97 family and together we took it to the streets! Alongside over 200,000 people we marched to let our voices be heard we became a powerful force.


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Post Election Solutions, How To Survive The Trump Train

President-elect Donald Trump will officially take office on January 20, 2017. Although there are many Trump supporters across the nation, on the flip side there are a number of people who fear having him as our commander in chief.

A few days after it was announced that business man and former reality star, Donald Trump won the election, Mayor Bill de Blasio called New York City’s number one radio station and spoke with E Bro about what this means for Americans. The Mayor admitted that although he was shocked, he quickly felt “a sense of mission.”

Mayor de Blasio is hopeful that the current generation will fight back, not in a violent way, but in a way that demands change. This isn’t America’s first time an election didn’t turn out in the favor of the people but in today’s society we have more resources and are more prepared to do what it takes to demand change.

A solution for change is to push for your local officials, protest peacefully, and be organized all over the county in order to fight extreme policies. The Mayor mentioned that Trump’s “extremism may be the seeds for bigger changes in progression.”