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Together, let’s talk about the issues that motivated us to march on January 21st and beyond.
For the 8th action in our 100 Days campaign, we encourage you to connect with people beyond your familiar circle and invite them to share their thoughts, hopes, fears and ideas. Break down barriers by coming out from behind your feeds and filters to engage your neighbors one-on-one and learn about what issues galvanize them.
Visit www.womensmarch.com/whyweresist and use the hashtag #WhyWeResist to share the issues that matter to you and your communities. (Link in bio)
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A white square with blue text reads “These 3 issues matters to my community.” Below that are 3 lines numbered 1 through 3 with a fill in the blank. Below that is the hashtag “Why we resist” and the URL www.womensmarch.com/whyweresist. The circular Women’s March logo appears in the bottom right corner.
Today, we are excited to launch the 8th action in our 10 Actions / 100 Days campaign: Let’s Talk: #WhyWeResist. While the principles we stand for are universal, their impact manifests at the local level. So as we continue to mobilize for true human rights for all people, engage with those around you and learn more about the specific issues that matter most to your community. Together, let’s talk about the issues that motivated us to march on January 21, and around which we can unite far beyond these initial 100 days. Visit www.womensmarch.com/WhyWeResist to join us today! (Link in bio)
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Blue background with all caps texts reads “Let’s talk: Why we resist.” The first line, “Let’s talk,” is an off-white color. The second and third lines, “Why we resist,” are red. In the bottom left corner of the graphic reads the hashtag “Why we resist.” Below that is a URL: www.womensmarch.com/WhyWeResist. The circular Women’s March logo appears in the bottom right corner of the graphic.
Today's #SignOfResistance is by @afrochubbz and is a reminder that race and racial justice are key parts of the conversation about environmental justice and labor justice. When we rise up this weekend for #PeoplesClimate March and on Monday for #MayDay: #BeyondTheMoment, we rise up against the anti-Blackness that keeps Flint's water unsafe, the anti-Blackness that pays Black workers far less than their white counterparts, and the anti-Blackness that the United States was founded on.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A drawing of a small yellow crown with three peaks on a white background. Directly above the crown, black all-caps text reads "Talk About Race."
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13 years ago today, the March for Women’s Lives flooded Washington, DC, with 1 million people demanding reproductive justice. The march was organized by seven groups: the Feminist Majority, the National Organization for Women, NARAL Pro-Choice America, Planned Parenthood, the Black Women’s Health Imperative, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, and the American Civil Liberties Union. Today, the fight for full reproductive justice - from abortion rights to the right to raise a child in a clean and safe environment and community - continues. ( via NARAL)
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A huge crowd fills an entire DC street. Many of the signs held up are yellow. A purple banner is held up at the front of the march, reading in white all-caps letters, "march for women's lives."
Today's #SignOfResistance is by @k8deciccio. Girls of color continue to experience violence and go missing. Although the media coverage of this crisis has faded, our concern has not. Neither has the work being done by small organizations nationwide to help vulnerable youth. Go to the link in our bio to learn more. #BlackAndBrownGirlsMatter#TalkToYoungPeople
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Three girls of color - two dark skinned and lighter skinned - in green, pink, and purple sweatshirts stand with their hands on each other's shoulders against a dark red background. Above their heads, turquoise text in all-caps reads "their rights are our responsibility." At the bottom of the image, the text continues "youth are everything." Below that are four hashtags: "#FindMissingYouth#FindOurGirls#TalkToYoungPeople#Listen
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Today is the final day of our #WeBelongTogether Week of Action centered on discriminatory policies and the impact they have on children and families. We elevate children's voices because they are not just the future of organizing—they are the present, like these awesome kids who marched for science with our @ohiowomensmarch chapter Saturday in Columbus. Shout-out to all of our incredible We Belong Together partners: the National Domestic Workers Alliance, WeCount!, PowerU, the American Friends Service Committee, #LoveArmy, MomsRising, FLIC, Make it Work, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, UndocuBlack Network and the Women's Refugee Commission! (Photo: @ohiowomensmarch)
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A photo of two children sitting outdoors in front of a stage at the March For Science in Columbus, Ohio. The children have their backs turned to the camera. They are wearing green t-shirts that say "Women's March on Washington Ohio" and "March For Science" directly below. On the stage, a dozen or so children are playing musical instruments.
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Today is #WorldBookDay. Comment below with your book recommendations!
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Blue background with off-white text reads “What’s one book you’d recommend the entire world read?” The Women’s March circular logo is in the bottom right corner.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A poster with a yellow background. In all caps white text at the top reads "I will fiercely love myself." Below that is an illustrated interpretation of a human heart with white, pink and yellow flowers and green leaves sprouting from it. Below that, in all caps white text reads "Post it for self-love."
Today’s #SignOfResistance, by @k8deciccio, was created as part of @amplifierfoundation and @sciencemarchdc’s poster series spotlighting extraordinary women in science.
Pictured here is 19-year-old social entrepreneur, scientist, speaker, and Harvard student, Deepika Kurup (@deepika_chu). At the age of 14, Deepika began her journey to solve the global water crisis, developing a safe, sustainable and cost-effective water purification system. She's been recognized as one of Forbes 30 Under 30, presented twice at the White House Science Fair, spoken at TED Women and the United Nations Headquarters, and was named America's Top Young Scientist. #MarchForScience
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A poster reads "Defenders of truth." To the right is an illustration of 19-year-old social entrepreneur, scientist, speaker, and Harvard student, Deepika Kurup, in a lab coat. Above Deepika's head are illustrations of water bottles. To the left is a lab setup. Below the lab setup reads "Featuring Deepika Kurup, inventor, clean water advocate." At the bottom of the poster reads "science is our future."
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We cannot talk about youth activists and children using their voices to change the world without talking about 6-year-old immigrant rights activist Sophie Cruz, whose powerful words at the D.C. #WomensMarch just 3 months ago perfectly captured the motivation for the #WeBelongTogether Week of Action: "We are here together, making a chain of love to protect our families. Let us fight with love, faith, and courage, so that our families will not be destroyed. I also want to tell the children not to be afraid because we are not alone. There are still many people that have their hearts filled with love and tenderness...Let's keep together and fight for what's right!" ( by @amberbmahoney)
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A black-and-white photo of Sophie Cruz peering out from behind her mother, who is looking in the opposite direction. Behind the two of them, and slightly out of the camera's focus, is Sophie's dad, who is holding her younger sister.
#FlashbackFriday to when the amazing @womensmarchpa chapter joined with PhillyUP, Philly Women Rally, Sister Cities Girlchoir, Voices Rising Philly, and Philly PACK to sing #ICantKeepQuiet at the Philadelphia Public Library and then marched - led by these intrepid young choir singers - to Dilworth to raise awareness about sexual assault. ASL interpreters also assisted. #WeBelongTogether#SAAM
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Four girls, 3 Black and 1 white, with one holding a megaphone and the others singing and dancing stand outside. They all wear purple shirts with "Sister Cities Girl Choir" printed on the in white.
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#FlashbackFriday to this great little girl's reminder to "TRUST WOMEN" at the D.C. #WomensMarch (exactly 3 months ago today!) We'd like to add "TRUST GIRLS" to her message. Children's voices and insights are powerful and should be encouraged. That's part of what the #WeBelongTogether Week of Action is all about! Photo via @kamalaharris. #WeBelongTogether
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Black and white photo of a girl of color holding a NARAL sign reading "trust women" in all-caps white text. Her expression is serious.
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Today's #SignOfResistance is by @sandra_nadine. It is never too early to start resisting. Go to the link in our bio to learn more about the #WeBelongTogether Week of Action highlighting the experiences of youth impacted by discriminatory policies.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A little girl holds the hand of an adult who is only pictured from the waist down, as they walk. The little girl holds her right fist up in the air. The entire poster is shaded in different teal colors, and the figures of the two people are outlined in white. Just in front of the two people's feet is the word "Resist," written in white ink and all-caps.
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We could not be more honored to have our co-chairs @tamikadmallory@bobblandofficial@msladyjustice1@lsarsour included in the #TIME100 list. They are remarkable women - each individually and as a team. They led the effort - but all of you made the Women’s March what it was and what it has become: an unstoppable movement. Thank you to @kirstengillibrand for sharing these beautiful words: "This is the rebirth of the women’s movement. These women are the suffragists of our time. And our movement isn’t going away—it’s just the beginning." (Photo: Jody Rogac)
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Thank you to @marimyangelofficial for taking over our Instagram today! We are so proud to be in this movement with you. You inspire us every single day.
If you missed Mari's #WeBelongTogether posts from today, go back to our account to read them!
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Mari smiling at the camera. She's wearing a pink shirt and has a big red bow in her hair.
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This is picture of me and my best friend! Here's my last message for the day: Build your kids up. There are so many bullies in the world, people can be very mean, even to kids. People dont realize that kids have the ability to change the world now, we are not just the future but are the present as well. Tell them every single day they are amazing and can do whatever they put their minds to. Tell them that the world may be a scary place right now but it wont always be that way if we make that change. #WeBelongTogether - @marimyangelofficial
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Did you know that there are Womens March youth ambassadors from all around the country?!?! We are one amazing group of young activist that are joining together to support each others causes and to become even better activist. We may be young still but we know what we believe in and are not afraid to let our voices be heard. #WeBelongTogether - @marimyangelofficial
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This weekend I'm joining up with my hometown shero Dr. Mona. We are heading to Washington DC for the #ScienceMarch. She is the doctor that helped to expose there was something seriously wrong with our water and that kids were being poisoned. We are going to tell people all about Flint and why science is so important to everyone, and why we need our government to listen to and believe in science. We really need to make sure that scientist have the proper funding to keep kids and adults safe. #WeBelongTogether - @marimyangelofficial
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Last week i got the chance to join the #WeBelongTogether kids caravan, I met up with kids that had traveled from Miami, Atlanta, North Carolina and New York. We decided to bring our message directly to the White House, to stop breaking family apart. I also told him he needs to focus on keeping his promise to Flint and stop tearing families apart. My new friends Leah and Jasmine are scared that they may lose their moms to deportation. I dont think that is fair that they have to go to bed worrying that they may not have a mom or dad the next day to take care of them. I get to have my mom and dad to keep me safe and I think that they deserve to have their parents too.
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I'm from Flint, Michigan, we have been without clean safe water for 1,091 days. Next week marks the three year mark since we have had access to clean, safe water. We can not use the water from our tap, it gives my family bad rashes and horrible headaches. It smells disgusting, like bleach and chlorine. Some of my neighbors water is brown and smells like fish and feet. Our entire city was poisoned when local, state and federal leaders decided to not treat our water to save a little money. over 8,000 kids under age 6 were exposed to lead. It will be at least 2019 before we can drink the water safely. I cant even take a bubble bath anymore. - @marimyangelofficial #WeBelongTogether
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Mari, our youngest youth ambassador, has taken over our Instagram for today as part of the #WeBelongTogether Week of Action! Here's what she has to say:
Hello, i'm Mari! The youngest youth ambassador for the Women's March on Washington. I'm 9 years old, you may know me as Little Miss Flint. I am a clean water advocate and child activist. I may be little but my voice is big. I'm taking over the Women's March Instagram feed today!
My twitter: @LittleMissFlint
My IG: @MariMyAngelOfficial
Today's #SignOfResistance, by @melaniecervantes, highlights the collective power of communities and families - particularly migrant communities and families - fighting to secure a better future for their children. This is the power we are harnessing for the 7th action in our 100 Days campaign. Find out how you can get involved by clicking the link in our bio. #WeBelongTogether
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A drawing of a young woman holding a microphone up to her mouth with her right hand, and raising her left hand in the air as if calling people to action. An orange banner surrounded by butterflies emerges from next to the microphone with the words in white text, "dreams are stronger than fear." Below the banner is the silhouette of a family holding hands - presumably a mother, father, and two children. In the bottom right corner a yellow box reads "strong families" in black ink. The image background is a printed turquoise color.
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Have you sent postcards to your elected officials yet asking them to oppose discriminatory policies that harm children and communities? Download postcards like this amazing one from @devikhan from our site now (link in bio), color them in, write your message, and mail them out! #WeBelongTogether
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Slideshow of the same photo - a group of two women and one man holding a sign that reads "kids action" at the top and below "keep families together" in all-caps block letters. A girl holds a sign with a hashtag, followed by the text "we belong together." The next 4 photos are the same image, colored in in different ways. The final image is two of the colored in images on a carpet with colored pencils scattered around.
Today's #SignOfResistance is by Meg Turner (@megprinter) via @amplifierfoundation.
We are determined to build communities that keep children safe, keep families - those we are born into and those we choose - together, and teach children to question and fight the power. We are appalled by the continued targeting of immigrants, particularly those with DACA protections - and by yesterday's deportation of DREAMer Juan Manuel. We will not stop fighting these destructive government practices - and neither will our children. #WeBelongTogether.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: On a bright red background, at the top of the image, white ink reads in all-caps, "Raising our children" - the text continues at the bottom reading "to tear down your wall." In the center of the poster is a child's rattle crossed with a pick axe.
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Women, let’s continue to make our voices heard. Today, we make it clear to Fox that O’Reilly’s racist, misogynistic, Islamaphobic behavior has got to go. Meet us and Color of Change at 1:30pm outside of Fox HQ on 47th and 6th! #DropOReilly
For the 7th action in our 10 Actions / 100 Days campaign, we've teamed up with the We Belong Together coalition for the #WeBelongTogether Week of Action, centering on discriminatory policies and the impact they have on children and families. Throughout this week we'll talk about the effects these policies have on, and how they are experienced by, children. We elevate children's voices during because they are not just the future of organizing -- they are the present. Learn more about how you can participate by clicking the link in our bio.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A blue background with off-white text reads "Children are not just future of organizing. Below that, in red text, reads "They are the present." At the bottom left corner is the hashtag "we belong together." In the bottom right corner is the circular Women's March logo.
The family that resists together...
Our 7th action, #WeBelongTogether, is designed to center the voices and experiences of children and to highlight how discriminatory policies impact children and families. Click on the link in our bio to learn more! ( by @gatagalactica)
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A photo of a family standing with protest signs at the Los Angeles Women’s March on January 21, 2017. Pictured in the center of the photo, a Black man with an afro and eye glasses has his arm around a woman of color. The woman is holding a red sign that says “viva la mujer.” Standing directly in front of them are two children. The child on the left is holding a yellow sign that reads “Stay woke” in black ink. At the center of the sign, in between the words “stay” and “woke,” is a drawing of an eyeball. The child on the right is holding a white sign that reads “Stronger together” in black ink. At the center, in between the words “stronger” and “together,” is a drawing of a heart, a peace symbol, and an equal sign. People are walking behind them in the background.
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This afternoon, our friends at @weareultraviolet and @colorofchange held a protest with sexual assault survivors in front of the Fox News headquarters in NYC to demand that Fox #DropOReilly. Sexual predators must be held accountable for their actions, not kept in and elevated to positions of power. #SAAM
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Screengrab of a women's March tweet reading "Its Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We want sexual predators off TV and out of office. They must be held accountable." The hashtags at the end of the tweet are "Drop O'Reilly" and "SAAM."
Today's #SignOfResistance is by @jessicasabogal. In the words of Angela Davis, “we have to learn how to take leadership from the youth.” Children’s voices on the issues directly impacting them are particularly powerful. Young activists and youth engaged in their communities are not only the future - they are the present. Click the link in our bio to learn how you can participate in the 7th action in our 100 Days campaign, #WeBelongTogether, an action of resistance that centers the leadership and experiences of children.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Two identical posters, side-by-side, featuring a Cuban girl whose face is partially obscured by shadows. The poster on the left is tinted black, and the poster on the right is tinted sepia-style. Written on both posters, with white all-caps text beginning above the girl's head and continuing along the right side of her face, are the words “Make room for the stories we need that have not yet been written.”
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Today, we are excited to launch the 7th action of our 10 Actions / 100 Days campaign: #WeBelongTogether. This action, which is the product of a collaboration with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, WeCount!, PowerU, the American Friends Service Committee, #LoveArmy, MomsRising, FLIC, Make it Work, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, UndocuBlack Network and the Women's Refugee Commission, is centered on the importance of community and family, and the belief that children have a critical leadership role to play in the resistance movement. Go to the link in our bio to learn more.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A square graphic with a blue background. There are two lines of text at the center. The first line of text is written in off-white lettering and reads in all caps: “We belong.” The second line is written in peach-colored letters and reads in all caps: “Together.” The letter “o” in the word “together” is the Women’s March circular logo. At the bottom center of the graphic is a URL. It reads “www.womensmarch.com/webelongtogether.”
Today's #SignOfResistance is by Monica Trinidad. During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we ask you to consider the measures women, girls, and gender nonconforming folks are forced to take when they find themselves repeatedly under attack from assault -- in and outside their homes. Bresha Meadows was only 14 years old when she faced a charge of aggravated murder and was incarcerated in Ohio for defending herself and her family from her father's unrelenting abuse. We come together in solidarity with Bresha. The criminalization of survivors of abuse -- particularly survivors of color -- must come to an end. Today is the final day of the week of action to #FreeBresha - but the fight for her freedom continues with letter-writing campaigns and a call to action to show up at her next court hearing on May 8. #SAAM
Learn more about how you can support Bresha at freebresha.wordpress.com and by following @freebresha and @prisonculture on Twitter.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A watercolor painting of Bresha Meadows on a pink background. Bresha wears her hair in a bun and a pink headband across the top of her head. She is wearing a taupe shirt and is only visible from the chest up. Underneath her, black handwritten text reads in all-caps "Defend Black Girls Now." Above her right shoulder is a black hashtag symbol followed by the words "Free Bresha" in black all-caps.
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"Many view me and people like me as a drain on society. As a progressive, Asian American disabled woman, I am often seen as less patriotic, less productive, and less of a human being. But, I would like to point out that this spring, I, like many in the US, will likely be paying a higher percentage in taxes than the President. His use of tax loopholes and lack of transparency hurts our country and our communities."
- Mia Ives-Rublee, founder and head of the Women's March Disability Caucus, speaking to the crowd at the NYC #TaxMarch on Saturday. from Working Families Party. #DisFem#TaxMarchNYC#DisabilityJustice
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Mia Ives-Rublee sits on stage in her wheelchair and reads from a piece of paper as she speaks into a microphone. Behind her on her right is a large green banner reading "Tax March" in all caps. "Tax is in black and "march" is in white. At the bottom of the banner is the New York City skyline in white, with the words "New York City" across it.
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