Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope

Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope

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 powe On January 21, 2017, over 5 million people in 673 cities around the globe gathered in solidarity for the Women?s Ma...

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Title:Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope
Author:Artisan Press
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1579658288
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:264 pages pages

Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope Reviews

  • Liz De Coster
    Feb 26, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

    While I would personally have liked to see more photos of the Atlanta march, overall this would be a good conversation-starting coffee table-style book. The design is actually quite nice, some echoes of the pussy hat pink and clearly labeled locations, with photos loosely arranged by t...

  • Amy
    Mar 24, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

  • Kelly
    Feb 21, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

  • Sheila
    Mar 15, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

  • Roxane
    Mar 28, 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, ...

    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. ...

  • Julie
    Dec 18, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

  • James Klagge
    Dec 25, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

    While I would personally have liked to see more photos of the Atlanta march, overall this would be a good conversation-starting coffee table-style book. The design is actually quite nice, some echoes of the pussy hat pink and clearly labeled locations, with photos loosely arranged by t...

    Nasty woman here! And let me tell you, this book is an amazing collection of quotes and photos from the Women's March in 2017. I wish I was a part of this march because I would have loved to march and have my own sign proclaiming equality and everything that Trump is against. The photo...

    This is photo album that showcases 300 creative signs from around the world carried during the Women's March of January 2017. I liked it for what it was, and it was interesting to see some of the more interesting signage people created, plus all those pink pussy hats are a delight. How...

    I pulled this off of the shelf at the library during one of my breaks. There are a few quotes, but it is primarily a photo representation of The Women's March. It was incredible to see what a huge impact it had and how many people participated. I think it would have been interesting to...

    Simply a collection of photos, mostly of signs, at women's marches around the world protesting Trump's inauguration. The signs quickly became famous for being clever, which are well-represented here. Two "meta-signs" that I liked were--"I am so angry I made this sign" and "My disgust c...

  • Elizabeth A
    May 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

    While I would personally have liked to see more photos of the Atlanta march, overall this would be a good conversation-starting coffee table-style book. The design is actually quite nice, some echoes of the pussy hat pink and clearly labeled locations, with photos loosely arranged by t...

    Nasty woman here! And let me tell you, this book is an amazing collection of quotes and photos from the Women's March in 2017. I wish I was a part of this march because I would have loved to march and have my own sign proclaiming equality and everything that Trump is against. The photo...

    This is photo album that showcases 300 creative signs from around the world carried during the Women's March of January 2017. I liked it for what it was, and it was interesting to see some of the more interesting signage people created, plus all those pink pussy hats are a delight. How...

  • Angie
    Feb 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

  • Marion
    Feb 13, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

  • Jade
    Apr 06, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

  • Ryan
    Feb 23, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

  • Natasha
    Jul 11, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

    While I would personally have liked to see more photos of the Atlanta march, overall this would be a good conversation-starting coffee table-style book. The design is actually quite nice, some echoes of the pussy hat pink and clearly labeled locations, with photos loosely arranged by t...

    Nasty woman here! And let me tell you, this book is an amazing collection of quotes and photos from the Women's March in 2017. I wish I was a part of this march because I would have loved to march and have my own sign proclaiming equality and everything that Trump is against. The photo...

    This is photo album that showcases 300 creative signs from around the world carried during the Women's March of January 2017. I liked it for what it was, and it was interesting to see some of the more interesting signage people created, plus all those pink pussy hats are a delight. How...

    I pulled this off of the shelf at the library during one of my breaks. There are a few quotes, but it is primarily a photo representation of The Women's March. It was incredible to see what a huge impact it had and how many people participated. I think it would have been interesting to...

  • Sarah
    Feb 27, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

  • Kelly K
    Apr 03, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

  • Denise
    Apr 03, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

  • Jeimy
    Jul 03, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

  • Megan Bowers
    Feb 13, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

  • Aisling
    Mar 04, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

  • Trina Marie
    Apr 01, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

  • D.J. Adamson
    Jun 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

  • Amelia
    Dec 23, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

    While I would personally have liked to see more photos of the Atlanta march, overall this would be a good conversation-starting coffee table-style book. The design is actually quite nice, some echoes of the pussy hat pink and clearly labeled locations, with photos loosely arranged by t...

    Nasty woman here! And let me tell you, this book is an amazing collection of quotes and photos from the Women's March in 2017. I wish I was a part of this march because I would have loved to march and have my own sign proclaiming equality and everything that Trump is against. The photo...

    This is photo album that showcases 300 creative signs from around the world carried during the Women's March of January 2017. I liked it for what it was, and it was interesting to see some of the more interesting signage people created, plus all those pink pussy hats are a delight. How...

    I pulled this off of the shelf at the library during one of my breaks. There are a few quotes, but it is primarily a photo representation of The Women's March. It was incredible to see what a huge impact it had and how many people participated. I think it would have been interesting to...

    Simply a collection of photos, mostly of signs, at women's marches around the world protesting Trump's inauguration. The signs quickly became famous for being clever, which are well-represented here. Two "meta-signs" that I liked were--"I am so angry I made this sign" and "My disgust c...

    I borrowed this from a fellow marcher, and it pictured some great signs, but...none of the *PROVOCATIVE* ones. You know, the ones that made you double-take and look. Some of my favorites were Electile Dysfunction, Abort Unwanted Presidencies, etc., but this book didn't really include a...

  • Sue Jackson
    May 22, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

  • Nat
    Feb 15, 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, ...

  • Ellen Klock
    May 02, 2018

    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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

  • Kari
    Mar 27, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

  • Madeline
    Nov 26, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

  • Vanessa Pillay
    Mar 27, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

  • Shawn Birss
    Jul 04, 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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

  • Anna
    Feb 04, 2018

    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, ...

    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. ...

    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...

    More than a memento of a huge cultural and historical moment, this collection of images from the world wide Women's Marches is empowering, encouraging, and ultimately a call to keep on fighting. Great image quality, and I love that the book managed to avoid showcasing some of the signs...

    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 too...

    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. ...

    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 stre...

    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 ...

    I marched and protested in Boston and it is so mind boggling to think how huge our act of resistance became. I am so insanely proud to have stood side by side with such phenomenal women. So great to see that the proceeds are going to Planned Parenthood. ...

    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 quot...

    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 ...

    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 f...

    This book was a great idea, I love it to pieces! There were so many creative, funny, real, sarcastic, poignant signs created for that day, and with this book hopefully we won't forget about the pertinent messages that they shared. Even better, hopefully with so many people speaking out...

    I got a copy of this as a present from my partner in feminism, Kari! So exciting! We marched together in Edmonton - ok, we shuffled, it was cold here. This collection of pictures and quotes is so awesome! It really captures the spirit of the day all over the world! I think it's going...

    Back in January, I participated in the Seattle Women's March. This book of photographs from many of the marches around the world really helped me revisit the sights and atmosphere of that amazing day. ...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE It was amazing to see so many posters from the Women's March in this book. It really gave me an idea of what it was like being there. Another awesome thing about this book was that all of the royalties will be donated to Planned Parenthood. <3 ...

    So, so powerful. Love everything about it. ...

    Signs from the Women's Marches held all over the world. It was great reading this book now because it reminds me that there are still plenty of good people fighting the good fight. ...

    Go buy this book right NOW. All proceeds go to #PlannedParenthood This book is a collection of quotes and pictures from the world wide women's marchs held in January 2017. The book is mainly focused on signs and there were just so many awesome pictures that were funny, moving, nasty...

    2017 Reading Challenge: A book with a month or day of the week in the title. ARC received through NetGalley. While I wasn't able to march (14 hour workday), I was following along throughout the day on Twitter and I love that they made this into a book. Although I'm a little bum...

    I have mixed feelings about this book... and I feel weird for it. I am 100% for organizing against Trump. I'm glad there was a march, this march, in January of 2017. Trump needs to be taken down. And I'm glad that sales from this book benefitted Planned Parenthood. But ther...

    7 Continents 82 Countries 5 Million People Whether you were there, or you are looking back wondering what kept you from going, these two publications are reminders of the reasons why so many gathered to protest and voice concerns regarding issues such as immigration, civil rights, r...

    On January 21, 2017, 5 million plus people in 673 cities showed solidarity in the fight to protect women's rights. This occurred right after Trump's inauguration to put the new United States President on notice that women are alive, well, and ready to take a stand. Why We March: Si...

    I'm glad I was able to look at this book as it brought back memories from my march in Lansing, MI. As one poster said "I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept" which best explains why many traditional non-protesters were there. T...

    While I would personally have liked to see more photos of the Atlanta march, overall this would be a good conversation-starting coffee table-style book. The design is actually quite nice, some echoes of the pussy hat pink and clearly labeled locations, with photos loosely arranged by t...

    Nasty woman here! And let me tell you, this book is an amazing collection of quotes and photos from the Women's March in 2017. I wish I was a part of this march because I would have loved to march and have my own sign proclaiming equality and everything that Trump is against. The photo...