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 Top row ( left to right ): Ting Ting Cheng, Tabitha St. Bernard, Janaye Ingram, Paola Mendoza, Cassady Fendlay, Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland, Nantasha Williams, Breanne Butler, Ginny Suss, Sarah Sophie Flicker. Bottom row ( left to right ): Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, Vanessa Wruble Photographed by  Cass Bird

Top row (left to right): Ting Ting Cheng, Tabitha St. Bernard, Janaye Ingram, Paola Mendoza, Cassady Fendlay, Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland, Nantasha Williams, Breanne Butler, Ginny Suss, Sarah Sophie Flicker. Bottom row (left to right): Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, Vanessa Wruble
Photographed by Cass Bird

“Yes, it’s about feminism,” Wruble elaborated. “But it’s about more than that: It’s about basic equality for all people.”  

– These Are The Women Organizing The Women's March On Washington, Julia Felsenthal,Vogue

 

Notable Press //

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“These Marches Are Channeling Anger Into Votes”
refinery29.com

October 7, 2018

“Trying to Flip the House, ZIP Code by ZIP Code” 
newyorktimes.com

July 20, 2018

“Women Activists Are Laying The Groundwork Now To Win Big In Midterms”
refinery29.com

April 27, 2018

“Wisconsin teens take anti-gun march to House Speaker Ryan’s hometown”
reuters.com

March 26, 2018

“Students to march 50 miles to Ryan’s hometown to demand gun control”
thehill.com

March 12, 2018

“The Women’s March That’s Busy Promoting Women, Not Fighting Over Farrakhan”
thedailybeast.com

March 9, 2018

“Local Women’s Marchers Distance Themselves From National Group As It Finally Address Anti-Semitism Charges”
refinery29.com

March 8, 2018

“After Florida Shooting, Paul Ryan and NRA Allies Targeted in Campaign to Oust Them in 2018”
newsweek.com

February 23, 2018

“Feminism marches towards uncertain future”
sandspur.org

February 1, 2018

“How Big Were The 2018 Women’s Marches? The Numbers Are Massive”
elitedaily.com

January 25, 2018

“Women March as Politics, Equal Rights Dominate Discussion”
wallstreetjournal.com

January 20, 2018

“The Resistance Now: thousands to march on Saturday – and then to the polls”
theguardian.com

January 20, 2018

“Everything to Know About the 2018 Women’s Marches Planned Nationwide This Weekend”
people.com

January 19, 2018

“Who Owns the Women’s March?”
rollingstone.com

January 19, 2018

“Nasty women (and men) to crowdsource ‘marching orders’ ahead of midterm elections”
mashable.com

January 19, 2018

“5 Women Talk About How The Women’s March Changed Their Careers” 
refinery29.com

January 19, 2018

“When is the Women’s March? It depends” 
quartz.com

January 19, 2018

“This Survey Lets You Help Design An Activist Agenda For 2018” 
fastcompany.com

January 19, 2018

“One year ago, she marched. This year, she’s a councilwoman” 
cnn.com

January 19, 2018

“Thousands to return to the streets for anniversary of Women’s March?” 
theguardian.com

January 19, 2018

“Palm Springs, SoCal rallies planned for Women’s March anniversary” 
thedesertsun.com

January 18, 2018

“As Women’s March anniversary approaches, divisions in movement strategy emerge” 
cnn.com

January 18, 2018

“Women’s March returns to kick off year-long campaign against the Trump agenda” 
metroweekly.com

January 18, 2018

“Women set to march again as Trump triggers new era of activism” 
reuters.com

January 18, 2018

“The Women’s March Wants To Change The World: Will We Let It?” 
refinery29.com

January 18, 2018

“Meet ‘March On:’ The Women’s March Offshoot That’s All About Electoral Change” 
brit+co.com

January 18, 2018

“Women’s March II, this time toward the 2018 vote?”
theday.com

January 18, 2018

“The Women’s March Was Just the Beginning” 
slate.com

January 17, 2018

“Are You Ready for The Women’s March?” 
theslot-jezebel.com

January 17, 2018

“Where Is The Women’s March 2018? There’s One Main Site, But Demonstrations Will Be Held All Over” 
elitedaily.com

January 17, 2018

“One Year After Women’s March, More Activism but Less Unity” 
newyorktimes.com

January 15, 2018

“Reflections A Year After The Women’s March: Why We Must Keep Marching And Where To Do So” 
forbes.com

January 15, 2018

“Can The Year’s Activist Spirit Continue To Grow In 2018” 
fastcompany.com

December 29, 2017

“Olivia Wilde Is Celebrating the Holiday Season in an “Impeach” Trump Sweatshirt” 
instyle.com

December 21, 2017

“Where to Buy Olivia Wilde’s ‘Impeach Trump’ Christmas Sweatshirt Made by Women’s March Organizers” 
people.com

December 21, 2017

“Here’s what happens when a woman uses cheeky Christmas pranks to upend the establishment” 
huffingtonpost.com

December 11, 2017

“How To Get Involved In The Alabama Election, Even If You’re Far From The State” 
elitedaily,com

December 8, 2017

“Reality Check: Does protesting create lasting political changes?” 
abc13wlos.com

November 30, 2017

“Group founded by Women’s March leaders launches ad pushing for Trump impeachment” 
thehill.com

November 29, 2017

“Impeach Trump Please, Santa: Women’s March Organizers Ask for Christmas Gift in Festive Ad” 
newsweek.com

November 29, 2017

“Women’s March group launches Trump impeachment ad campaign”
nbcnews.com

November 29, 2017

“Flipping 24 Seats” 
politico.com

November 27, 2017

“March On! New Paltz says resistance to Trump is not enough, seeks to galvanize voters” 
hudsonvalleyone.com.com

November 25, 2017

“Give Your (Leftist) Loved Ones These Impeachment Themed Gifts” 
fastcompany.com

November 24, 2017

“March On Oklahoma was born from the Women’s March on Oklahoma” 
oklahomagazette.com

November 17, 2017

“With March On, One of the Women’s March Organizers Turns Her Focus to Electoral Politics” 
vogue.com

November 16, 2017

“MarchOn kicks off post-Women’s March Super PAC”
politico.com

October 19, 2017

Vogue: With March On, One of the Women's March Organizers Turns Her Focus to Electoral Politics -- And Impeaching Trump

Glamour: How the Women’s March Organizers Sparked a Movement—and They're Still Fighting for You

CNN: The making of the Women's March on Washington

NPR: Women's March Organizer On Her Goals For Saturday

W Magazine: The Women of the Women's March: Meet the Activists Who Are Planning One of the Largest Demonstrations in American History

CNN: They're behind the Women's March on Washington

Vogue: These Are the Women Organizing the Women’s March on Washington

New York Times Magazine: How A Fractious Women's Movement Came to Lead the Left

Fast Company: What Will It Take For The Women's March To Become A Movement?

Wired: The Women’s March Defines Protest in the Facebook Age

IBTimes: Quotes About Women: 40 Inspirational Sayings For March On Washington, DC, And Female Pride

Brit+Co: Meet 14 of the Badass Babes You Have to Thank for Yesterday’s Marches

ABC: Trump responds on Twitter after Washington march

Bustle: 11 Quotes From Organizers Of The Women's March To Kick Your Feminism Into High Gear

Libération: A Washington, «une marche des femmes à l’intersection de toutes les luttes»

NewsOne: The Women’s March On Washington Aims For All To ‘Stand Together’

StoryCorps: "It Gave People Something to Live For and Some Way to Channel Their Anger"

Remezcla: Meet Two of the Latina Organizers Leading the Women’s March on Washington

ESPN: Women's March logistics guru Janaye Ingram on moving forward

Publico: Teresa Shook, the retired grandmother who involuntarily caught the wick of the 'Women's Marches

Cheek Magazine: Women’s March on Washington: Le Mouvement Féministe Intersectionnel Que L’on Attendait

New School: Vanessa Wruble, MA Psychology ’08, is Co-organizing the Women’s March on Washington

Remezcla: These Are the 6 Latina Speakers on the Women’s March on Washington Line Up