2012 Richmonders of the Year: Women's Rights Activists 

Whether you're red, blue or purple, the protest made a powerful return to state and national politics in 2012. And it started on Capitol Square.

The images are difficult to shake. In an otherwise quiet and apathetic city, on a mild and overcast Saturday afternoon, state troopers wearing riot gear — helmets, body armor, shields and assault rifles — drag more than two dozen women and…

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