March Musters Marches

Most Powerful Protest Signs From Women’s Marches Around the World
20 of the Most Powerful Protest Signs From Women’s Marches Around the World
The Women’s March on Washington highlighted old and new racial tensions
The Women’s March on Washington highlighted old and new racial tensions
Last weekend, a massive milieu of women in pink hats descended on Washington, D.C. for the Women’s March. The next big protest being planned for the nation’s capital could involve a sea of lab coats (and likely a few pink hats as well), reports +climatecentraldotorg. “A group of researchers have proposed a March for Science. What started as a discussion on Reddit has quickly blossomed into a movement. Organizers started a private Facebook group and Twitter account on Monday. By Wednesday afternoon, the former boasted more than 300,000 members and the latter had nearly 55,000 followers. A public Facebook page had more than 11,000 likes just five hours after going online. The explosion of support caught organisers off guard, but they’re meeting this weekend to discuss details about the date and full mission statement.” #Trump #ScientistsMarch #USPolitics
Scientists Are Planning the Next Big Washington March
Scientists Are Planning the Next Big Washington March
LGBT march on Washington planned for D.C. Pride weekend http://ow.ly/xdvF308lYWU
LGBT march on Washington planned for D.C. Pride weekend
LGBT march on Washington planned for D.C. Pride weekend
Phillips: After Women’s March, white feminists must recommit to intersectionality
Phillips: After Women's March, white feminists must recommit to intersectionality
12 LGBTI-themed photos from Women’s March in Los Angeles
12 LGBTI-themed photos from Women's March in Los Angeles

 

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“I just think that walking around dressed as a vulva is gross,” business owner Elizabeth Poe told her local newspaper.
No yarn for women’s ‘pussyhats,’ says knitting store owner | Toronto Star
No yarn for women’s ‘pussyhats,’ says knitting store owner | Toronto Star
Step one, march. Step two, organize. http://ow.ly/HMNZ308lYNm
Opinion | Step one, march. Step two, organize.
Opinion | Step one, march. Step two, organize.
The Orwellian nightmare of LGBT rights under Trump: How the new Department of Justice may promote discrimination
The Orwellian nightmare of LGBT rights under Trump: How the new Department of Justice may promote discrimination
Instagram photo by Jaime Simmons • Jan 21, 2017 at 8:43pm UTC
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