The Women of the Women's March: Meet the Activists Who Are Planning One of the Largest Demonstrations in American History    W magazine, January 2017   On Saturday, January 21, 2017, activist Carmen Perez will turn 40; Donald Trump will wake up for the first time as president of the United States; and hundreds of thousands of women—led by Perez, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour, and Bob Bland—will participate in the Women’s March on Washington, which is poised to be one of the largest and farthest-reaching demonstrations in support of a wide swath of social justice interests and organizations in the history of the nation’s capital.
   Meet the Marchers of the Women's March on Washington    W magazine, January 2017 (with Stephanie Eckardt)   Making the trek all the way from California, lining up for an hour just to reach the metro turnstiles, and chanting slogans like “We won’t go away, welcome to your first day,” the crowds turned up in masses to the Women’s March on Washington the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration this weekend, putting the estimated 250,000 who showed up for the president’s swearing-in to shame with an estimated 500,000 of its own.
  How 3 Activists Talk to Their Children and Communities About Politics in the Age of Donald Trump   W magazine, May 2017   In January, just weeks before the historic Women’s March on Washington, writer and activist ShiShi Rose made the promise, “The work doesn’t stop just because we stop marching.”
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