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The Photographer’s Perspective of the Women’s March on Washington

  1. Heather says:

    This is so absolutely beautiful to see what each of these women saw and to read what they felt and experienced. I marched with family members in my city. I made the very hard decision to go sans-camera because I wanted to fully participate in the march, carry my signs and be present for the children marching with us. Throughout the march it was hard not to wish I had my camera to capture the incredible moments we witnessed. Every color, gender and age represented. Signs ranging in theme from female empowerment to environmental protection to healthcare to education to LGBTQIA to family-oriented to science. Thank you so much for publishing this and allowing us a little glimpse into the experiences of cities all over.

  2. Jason says:

    I don’t see Boston featured. I wrote my own one about Boston from a photographer’s experience. Happy to have it included here.

  3. Deanie says:

    Wow! I understand this post is quite a while. But this is so wonderful and meaningful. I could really feel the thoughts for each picture.

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