Johanna Dickson, in a selfie, points to a safety pin on her shirt in New York earlier this month. The safety pin movement, which started post-Brexit, is offering solidarity to those who fear they’ll be disenfranchised by a Donald Trump presidency.
Johanna Dickson, in a selfie, points to a safety pin on her shirt in New York earlier this month. The safety pin movement, which started post-Brexit, is offering solidarity to those who fear they’ll be disenfranchised by a Donald Trump presidency. Johanna Dickson The Associated Press
Johanna Dickson, in a selfie, points to a safety pin on her shirt in New York earlier this month. The safety pin movement, which started post-Brexit, is offering solidarity to those who fear they’ll be disenfranchised by a Donald Trump presidency. Johanna Dickson The Associated Press

Shawnee Mission schools, you really bungled the safety pin message

November 22, 2016 4:24 PM