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Why We March: Signs of Protest and…

Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope--Voices from the Women's March

by Artisan

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This is a beautiful and moving collection of photographs and quotations from the 2017 Women's March. The photographs focus mainly on the signs and also show the enormous scope and variety of people involved around the world. This is a very inspiring book, and does not distract from the raw emotion, unity and determination of the participants with an over-abundance of words. The pictures truly tell the story. Well done, a brilliant compilation.

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**edited because I forgot to mention that there is an impressive listing of international Women's Marches locations from around the world at the back of the book. ( )
  Critterbee | Apr 16, 2018 |
7 Continents
82 Countries
5 Million People
Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, racial justice and many other, not just concerns of the 2016 Presidential race, but concerns for humanity.
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  DJadamson | Jan 4, 2018 |
On January 21, 2017, millions of people gathered worldwide for the Women’s March. Together they raised their voices in hope, protest, and solidarity. Presented in this beautiful inspiring edition are 500 of the most eloquent, provocative, uplifting, clever, and creative signs from across the United States and around the world. Each is a powerful reminder of why we march – a movement that will not be silenced!
  HandelmanLibraryTINR | Sep 22, 2017 |
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  activelearning | Apr 23, 2017 |
Great collection of signs of protest around the world the day after Trump was elected. Good ideas if I ever March! ( )
  LivelyLady | Apr 18, 2017 |
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"On January 21, 2017, over 5 million people in 673 cities around the globe gathered in solidarity for the Women's March, carrying signs that shone with unwavering hope and determination and demanded the protection of women's rights, opposed the newly inaugurated U.S. president, and championed equality and justice for all. Why We March presents more than 300 of the most powerful, uplifting, clever, and creative signs from these marches. 'Nasty Women Unite.' 'Make America Think Again.' 'Build Bridges, Not Walls.' 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fundamental Rights.' 'Love Trumps Hate.' 'A Woman's Place Is in the Resistance.' These images--featuring messages about reproductive rights and cabinet picks, immigration and police violence, climate change and feminism--together paint a striking portrait of resistance, despair, humor, and most of all, hope. This book will serve as a rallying cry for this burgeoning movement, and a valuable and timely encapsulation of an unprecedented moment in political history"--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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