Photo Report from the Woman’s March, Los Angeles by Marie Cartier


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All Photos by Marie Cartier

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We Are Seeds

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Bowie Values

 

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Pussy Power

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Herstory

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Still With Her

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Angry Dykes

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Still I Rise

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Women’s Rights are Human Rights

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Muslim America belongs Here

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The Future is Female

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Make America Kind Again

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Los Angeles 750,000 Strong

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Dog Marcher

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Vagina with Teeth

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Categories: Activism, Feminism, General, Women's Power, Women's Rights, Women's Voices

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  1. These are great pictures. I was there as well, and am so happy to have been apart of it.

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  2. Such energy, such sweetness, such power to the women!

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  3. The “smart women” had their march on November 8 and marched themselves right into the voters booth and voted for Trump 󾓦

    Because our choice was

    AMERICANISM

    vs

    GLOBALISM

    …and we true American Patriot Women will fight till our very last breath to keep Hillary Clinton and the DemocRat Liberals from turning the USA into a Globalist Country under a One World Government ✌

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    • Hocus-pocus your statement regarding voting struck me. I agree with you. I hope all people reading this took the march on November 8th and voiced their opinion we know now that only 26% of Americans voted in the current regime. I do not however understand what you mean by globalist country. Are we already all on one Globe? It’s called Earth. The lines drawn on maps by Victorious warmongers are just made up.

      By the way, I looked at your page. Lots of flames! Looks a little dark. I hope you are well and happy.

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  4. So many priceless photographs here! Thrilled to see them all — thank you so much for this glorious post, Marie!

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  5. Thanks so much for these beautiful, heartening photographs. I was at the NYC march. I don’t have a camera but I wrote down a few of my favorites:

    consent in the sheets/dissent in the streets
    we need to talk about the elephant in the womb
    you’re so vain, you probably think this march is about you

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  6. I love these photos and the exuberant and defiant spirit of the marchers that is evident in these signs and signs from all over the world. Thanks for sharing them!

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  7. Love these signs! I was in Toronto. My favourites:
    Respect Existence or Expect Resistance
    The Venus/women’s sign (a circle with a cross under it) with pussy ears and whiskers

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  8. Thanks for the photos, Marie. Lots of good thoughts and one photo is worth more than a million words. I like the picture of Maya, and “Still I Rise”. I can hear her voice in my heart.

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  9. Love, Love, Love this for sure, so beautiful, so wonderful. My favorite photo is that placard that says: “They tried to bury us — they didn’t know we were seeds.” Yes, yes, indeed!!

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  10. Thanks, Marie. Great photos. Some of my favorites from Washington were:
    “Pregnant Mom 4 Choice” on a woman’s silhouette (my daughter’s sign)
    “Sisterhood is Powerful” updated with pink pussies and pink pussy cat hats (mine)
    “I’ve seen smarter cabinets at IKEA”
    “The Moon governs my body”
    A Princess Leia holding a sign “We will defeat the dark side”
    And a dozen huge heads with feminist forerunners like Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Eleanor Roosevelt, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, plus Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Barbara Mikulski, and several others

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  11. I marched in D.C. and am recharged seeing photos of other marches around the country. Thank you for sharing!

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  12. Thanks for the photos. All the images of people speaking truth to power are what sustain me in these difficult days.

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