“I believe that the Women’s March movement sparked a new era of protest and activism.”
Keep working. Keep showing up. Keep fighting. This is not the end.
We all had to be there. And we will all keep being there for ourselves and for each other.
President Donald Trump Friday sparked outrage when he signed a sweeping executive order restricting immigration and refugee resettlement. The fight goes on.
These 12 quotes from Women’s March speeches around the world serve as reminders that we are not alone—and we share a powerful vision for a more equitable and just world.
The message is clear: Now, more than ever, we must all take an active part in fighting for the historic hopes of the women’s movement and the future of feminism.
This is the Women’s March, as told by (and photographed by) girl activists.
How do we sustain and build on the momentum of the millions who marched to bring about real changes?
I am a veteran of marches—starting with civil rights in 1960s and anti-Vietnam War protests in the ‘70s. But I have never seen anything like last Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.
For hundreds of protestors at Saturday’s Women’s Marches, the quintessential clothing accessory was not a pink pussyhat but a colorful sash. These marchers were alumnae of the historic Seven Sisters women’s colleges.