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Women’s March

The response on one of our adjunct sites, one writer scribed thus: Edward Bernays. In short, it’s supposed to be like a sham event where a large number of women “lighting up” in a suffragette protest action long ago. My … Continue reading

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Attention National Mall: the Oppression of Women Belongs in a Museum

Spotted in DC at the J21 Women’s March. Advocates are marching for a museum to highlight the history of the oppression of women, as a tool to relegate oppression to the past, instead of where Trump’s inauguration wants to take … Continue reading

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Women to DC Patriarchy: You’ll Never Again Have the Comfort of Our Silence

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March on DC with your own protest message, not one dictated by NGOs. Yes, you’ll need a banner and poles.

Organizers of the post-inaugural WOMEN’S MARCH in Washington DC this weekend are telling participants not to bring poles for signs or flags, or even knapsacks. Ha ha ha. As you travel across the country to march, remember who’s making the … Continue reading

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