Duke (third from the left) attends the landmark Washington, D.C., Women’s March protest Jan. 21 with friends from Key West. She is pictured with Anne Walters (far right), Erin Stover-Sickmen (left) and Martha Hooten.
Duke (third from the left) attends the landmark Washington, D.C., Women’s March protest Jan. 21 with friends from Key West. She is pictured with Anne Walters (far right), Erin Stover-Sickmen (left) and Martha Hooten. Erin Stover-Sickmen
Duke (third from the left) attends the landmark Washington, D.C., Women’s March protest Jan. 21 with friends from Key West. She is pictured with Anne Walters (far right), Erin Stover-Sickmen (left) and Martha Hooten. Erin Stover-Sickmen

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