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Slowly but surely getting more film processed from the last couple of weeks. #tbt to the women’s march in DTLA #girlgazemarch #35mm
User Image thirdstreaming Posted: Jan 29, 2018 7:19 PM (UTC)

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"Make no mistake that the we March and the #GovernmentShutdown is on the same day as #45’s Anniversary of his inauguration. 👊🏾❤️👊🏻This is OUR time!

This is a #TrumpShutDown

“Over 15,000 #DACA recipients have already lost their protection from deportation. Delay on Dream Act = Deportation of young immigrants. No more delays! We demand a #cleandreamact now!” | thank you for sharing @femalecollective #girlgaze #girlgazemarch" - @girlgazeproject
User Image sara_swaty Posted: Jan 27, 2018 11:16 PM (UTC)

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User Image sarveyt Posted: Jan 24, 2018 6:20 PM (UTC)

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Reflecting on last weekends women’s march. The feeling of empowerment and the togetherness of women. We should always help to encourage and raise the vibration of love. Thank you @mollydonnaware for capturing this photo 💓 you are a bright light my friend.
User Image sarveyt Posted: Jan 21, 2018 6:27 AM (UTC)

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Women’s march today with these lovely ladies #womensmarch
User Image dontcallmepretty_ Posted: Jan 26, 2018 5:36 PM (UTC)

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Happy Friday! Bb girl knows what’s up! 💪 via @baderandco
User Image danifreakinfresh Posted: Jan 26, 2018 4:49 PM (UTC)

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A woman with a bullhorn climbs a light pole and speaks to the crowd on Maryland Avenue SW. Women’s March. Washington D.C. January 21, 2017.
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Anger is a powerful tool in the hands of the oppressed. It is the industrious force behind action and in this case, is the vehicle for change. A year ago on January 21, 2017, an estimated 725,000 gathered in Washington D.C. and an estimated 4 million people gathered worldwide in solidarity for the Women’s March. It was visually commanding to witness the sheer density of people that filled the streets. According to the Washington Post, it “was likely the largest single-day demonstration in recorded U.S. history.” But gathering in cites across the world was only the beginning. Among countless actions of resistance this year and following it with gusto, a record number of women are running for office and Tanara Burke’s “Me Too” movement which was created originally in 2007 as “a grass-roots movement to aid sexual assault survivors in underprivileged communities where rape crisis centers and sexual assault workers weren’t going” has reached women across the world. “Empowerment through empathy” is being employed to help speak about experiences of sexual harassment and assault. And the momentum is only building.
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Link to blog in bio. @womensmarch #womensmarch #washingtondc #resistance #protest #girlgaze #girlgazemarch #womyn
January 20th, 2018.
This is why we fight back.
It’s in us to do everything we can so that being born a girl, won’t stay the greatest danger of all.

@womensmarch
User Image danifreakinfresh Posted: Jan 26, 2018 2:10 AM (UTC)

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Iconic women floating above the sea of women on their way down Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Women’s March. Washington D.C. January 21, 2017.
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Anger is a powerful tool in the hands of the oppressed. It is the industrious force behind action and in this case, is the vehicle for change. A year ago on January 21, 2017, an estimated 725,000 gathered in Washington D.C. and an estimated 4 million people gathered worldwide in solidarity for the Women’s March. It was visually commanding to witness the sheer density of people that filled the streets. According to the Washington Post, it “was likely the largest single-day demonstration in recorded U.S. history.” But gathering in cites across the world was only the beginning. Among countless actions of resistance this year and following it with gusto, a record number of women are running for office and Tanara Burke’s “Me Too” movement which was created originally in 2007 as “a grass-roots movement to aid sexual assault survivors in underprivileged communities where rape crisis centers and sexual assault workers weren’t going” has reached women across the world. “Empowerment through empathy” is being employed to help speak about experiences of sexual harassment and assault. And the momentum is only building.
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Link to blog in bio. @womensmarch #womensmarch #washingtondc #resistance #protest #girlgaze #girlgazemarch #womyn
User Image sara_swaty Posted: Jan 26, 2018 1:17 AM (UTC)
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She caught my eye from a block away, covered in silver glitter. By this point she was rubbing it off, but I loved the glow.

Women's March Los Angeles.

#womensmarch #girlgazemarch #womensmarchla
User Image juliadfoo Posted: Jan 26, 2018 12:20 AM (UTC)
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Listen to women. In fact, listen to ALL women, because feminism without intersectionality is 1. futile and 2. white supremacy! This year, i realized (w the help of the media) that elements of the women’s march are not inclusive for all women. Transgender women do not receive the same representation as the cisgender woman does at events like these. For instance, the signs expressing the female anatomy are not all inclusive because not every woman has a uterus. Though the majority of these signs are not intentionally harmful, we should still talk about it to prevent this exclusion. It’s also just a good thing to help others realize these issues too, cause if your not apart of the solution, you’re apart of the problem! Support all of your sisters, not just your (cis)ters.
User Image sara_swaty Posted: Jan 25, 2018 6:53 PM (UTC)

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He stood still in the midst of crowds passing, a solemn gaze focused forward, sharing his message.

Women's March Los Angeles.

#womensmarch #girlgazemarch #womensmarchla
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