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Last weekend several cities including Dayton participated in the fourth anniversary of the Women's March on Washington. In this Best of Dayton Youth Radio, originally broadcast in 2017, Emma Foster tell us about she and her grandmother's involvement in that historic march. "I became a feminist in part because things started hitting me in the face," says my grandmother, who I called Cha-Cha. She's one of my most important role models because she taught me how to stand up for myself as a person and as a woman and taught me that if anyone ever bothered me to "kick 'em in the balls and move on." "Don't listen to fake news or alternative facts," she says. "But read the newspaper and pay close attention and then you need to act." Cha Cha taught me how to use my voice, but she didn't always know how to use her voice, "I grew up in a very conservative household, very traditional for the 50s and 60s. A woman at that stage couldn't get a mortgage without having her father or her husband cosign


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