Wisconsin Protests: One Year Anniversary

Protesters marched on the state Capitol today gathering in the Rotunda to sing, chant and commemorate the one year anniversary of the start of the protests against Walker’s “Budget Repair” bill. It was a year ago on Valentine’s Day that UW students and community members delivered Valentines to Walker’s office that asked him“not to break their hearts” with budget cuts.

Here is my short video from the march and gathering in the Capitol Rotunda today:

3 thoughts on “Wisconsin Protests: One Year Anniversary

  1. I was at the Solidarity Singalong to help welcome all of you into the Rotunda. It made me giddy when I saw the balloons coming down the hallway, along with all the people and the banners and the valentines. It was a little bittersweet since we’re still fighting, and yet, it’s fantastic that we’re still fighting and haven’t given up!

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