- Nate Terani, a first-generation Iranian, Muslim-American and military veteran, is as feminist as they come.
- He’s subsequently been a vocal advocate for and will participate in the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
- The march — now a global movement — is an impassioned response to the inauguration of Trump, a figure who’s earned himself a reputation as a misogynist who encourages sexual assault.
- “As a Muslim-American who believes in fundamental equality and as a veteran who took an oath to defend the Constitution, it is important to be present on the ground,” 39-year-old Terani said of the march from his home in Tucson, Arizona, in an interview with Mic. He spoke while he packed for his trip to D.C. Read more