Mark and Wendy Redfern and their daughter Rose couldn't make it to Washington, D.C. from their home in Lexington, Virginia for the Women's March. So they decided to host a march of their own with some very special guests.
Rose and her dolls were fired up and ready to go.
“We all watched some of the news coverage and we told her the basic idea that women were marching around the world for peace and women’s rights,” Mark told BuzzFeed about preparing for the mini-march, “The weekend before we all marched in our local town of Lexington as part of an anti-racism march tied to Martin Luther King Day, so she had already had the experience of marching.”
Supergirl, an immigrant from another planet, was set to empower.
Cinderella (who looks a lot like Betty Draper?) set her sights on the glass that matters.
Wonder Woman is ready for battle.
Poison Ivy protects the planet.
Princess Tiana doesn't have time for Pepe.
“It’s our job as parents to guide her through this crazy world and help her understand what’s going on and to encourage her to grow into a strong and confident woman,” Mark said.
There's hope for the future. Redfern 2045!