Tag: Women’s March

NATIONAL ARCHIVES BLURRED CRITICISM OF TRUMP IN A WOMEN’S MARCH PHOTOGRAPH

A bevy of powerful placards and slogans hovered over streets around the country last weekend at the Women’s March 2020, continuing a tradition that had begun in 2017 as a response to the election of the 45th President of the United States. And while “Trump Is Not My President” remains a perennial theme, the march…

2ND ANNUAL WOMEN’S MARCH TO TAKE PLACE JANUARY 20-21ST, 2018

With the one-year anniversary of the Women's March on Washington fast approaching, the Women's March Alliance has announced a weekend full of events, scheduled for January 20th to 21st, 2018, to continue the fight for equal rights. Marches will take place in cities around the world (you can find a full list HERE), but we've highlighted…

GET READY TO STRIKE ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!

On March 8th, International Women’s Day, female activists around the world are hoping to trigger a new wave of feminism and to demonstrate the enormous impact of women by orchestrating a massive strike. Women everywhere are encouraged to stay home from work and to disengage from forms of unpaid labor, including housework and other so-called…

WOMEN’S MARCH ORGANIZER SARAH SOPHIE FLICKER ON HOW TO BE AN ACTIVIST

If you have been following the Women’s March Movement, you may quickly recognize one of its organizers, Sarah Sophie Flicker. Aside from being on of the forces behind the largest demonstration in history, she is also creative director of social justice production company, Art Not War; founding member of political cabaret group, The Citizens Band; half…

WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD WILL STRIKE ON MARCH 8TH

On January 21st millions of people came together for the Women’s March on Washington and sister marches around the globe. Determined not to lose momentum, the organizers of the Women’s March have been using social media to announce an upcoming general strike, A Day Without a Woman, when "women and our allies will act together for…

ROSE MCGOWAN + INDIRA CESARINE HOST PANEL ON “ART AND ACTIVISM” AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

On January 22nd, one day after millions of people participated in Women’s Marches around the world, actress and feminist activist Rose McGowan and curator/artist Indira Cesarine hosted a panel discussion, "Art and Activism" at The Untitled Space. Held on the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the event drew a packed house and was part…

GET READY FOR THE WOMEN’S MARCH ON WASHINGTON

Protest can come in many forms - art, music, boycott, writing, and countless other methods are proven tools in voicing opposition. Historically, the loudest method of resistance has always been the protest march and on January 21st, a day after the presidential inauguration and one day prior to the 44th anniversary of Roe vs Wade, a giant crowd of…

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