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We want to know why you marched, the moment from your march that has stuck with you and how you felt being part of feminist history. Your story may even appear in the next issue of Ms.!
“I believe that the Women’s March movement sparked a new era of protest and activism.”
We all had to be there. And we will all keep being there for ourselves and for each other.
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.
“We cannot turn back. This is only the beginning. The Women’s March initiated the resistance. Today and tomorrow, we continue to wage it.”
We asked our community members to show us the views from where they were marching on January 21. These are the photos they sent us from around the world.
The Boston Women’s March catapulted me into fresh awareness and commitment. It was the most peaceful, electric, powerful antidote to the world change we saw in November.