The Women’s March on Washington and Sister Marches both nationally and worldwide blew away expectations, with millions total coming out to march.
Here are some of the first resources we’ve found that can help contextualize, celebrate, and spark conversation about this historic event.
A Mighty Girl has an exhaustive collection of reader-submitted photos of marchers, focusing on girls.
Blogger Angry Asian Man has a reader-submitted collection called When Angry Asian America showed up to march.
The Tab has a feature story on three girls from Chicago who raised $2,000 to join the Women’s March DC.
The girls told us they want to respond to Trump’s victory politically – starting this week
Aisat: The day after the election, my robotics class all decided to spend the session talking about what had happened. We all said ‘This is our country, we have to take it back. We’ve started a GoFundMe to go to the Million Woman March in Washington. Five of us are going – we’ve raised $2000.
Up next: what to do next, and how to help students continue to create change.