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United in their resistance
Jeanette Kelty of Monroe holds a picture of her grandsons and a Constitution booklet, which she said are her inspirations to march in Madison today. To order this photo, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - In solidarity with the Women's March on Washington, and those taking place on every continent around the world, some local residents will spend the noon hour today in the Women's March on Madison, giving voice to grievances with government and what they say are injustices. Monroe resident Jeanette Kelty is one of those people. Kelty said while she did not support Hillary Clinton in the fall presidential election, she sees the Women's March as a statement against newly inaugurated President Donald Trump and his xenophobic, misogynist and "just bigoted in general" behavior.