Read Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope Online Free - 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. All royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
|Title||:||Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope|
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February 16, 2017
On January 21, 2017, millions of people gathered worldwide for the Women's March, one of the largest demonstrations in political history. Together they raised their voices in hope, protest, and solidarity.
This inspiring collection features hundreds of the most eloquent, provocative, uplifting, cl...
March 28, 2017
A fine commemoration of signs from the Women's March. It would have been nice to have some contextual essays included in the book but this is well worth a look.
March 04, 2017
4.5 Stars. Simply wonderful.
This book is exactly what it says it is - a collection of photos from the 21st of January 2017 at numerous Women's Marches from all around the world. The photos show people of all ages, races, sexualities and genders coming together to protest for women's rights. It i...
March 24, 2017
This is such an important and valuable book. I liked it so much that I went to my local bookstore and bought a copy for my personal library so I could revisit it when I was feeling down and in need of inspiration! This book contains more than 300 signs from the Women's Marches that took place aro...
March 15, 2017
On January 21, 2017 over 5 million women, men and children across the globe came together and marched, in protest of the newly elected administration, for women's rights, LGBTQ rights, disability rights, minority rights, for a variety of causes with all marchers supporting each other.
February 13, 2017
Whether the person who reads this marched, watched from home, or followed along via social media, it's a beautiful and moving reminder of why over five million people marched that day. Whether the reader agrees with the movement or not, it's important to see why people took to the streets and und...
March 04, 2017
This is a beautiful addition to any collection. The photographs and quotes are really well interspersed, I loved the colour scheme and typography and the photos themselves jump off the pages with wit, life and so much heart. This collection made me very smiley and I'm proud to be part of such a g...
April 04, 2017
If you supported the women's march in any capacity, this is a wonderful tribute to the women who marched around the world. I saw a lot of the news coverage from within the U.S., but I enjoyed seeing the pictures from Australia, France, Iraq and other countries. I liked reading the quotes from var...
February 16, 2017
This is a great little collection of photographs from around the world, taken from the 2017 Women's March. It's easy to get bogged down in the clusterf*ck of ongoing events right now. This book serves as a nice reminder of the power of protest, the people, and the numbers fighting for what's righ...
January 12, 2018
On the day of the marches, I was struggling so hard with depression that I hadn't left my dorm room in days.
I couldn't bring myself to take the train to DC, or the bus to downtown. But hearing about the marches inspired me to walk down the hall into the community room, even just for a while, to...