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The Women's Marches may have been the largest demonstration in US history
We mapped it.
Every state in America hosted a Women’s March, as you can see in the map above. The events ranged from tiny gatherings in small town squares to throngs of more than 500,000 people clogging streets in cities like Washington, DC, and Los Angeles.
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“Alternative facts”: 1 in 5 American newspapers ignored the Women’s March
A Quartz analysis of almost 450 newspapers archived by the Newseum found that more than 22% didn’t even even mention the protests on their Sunday front pages. Another 27% mentioned the protests, but did not make them their lead story.
In a Rust Belt Town, the Women’s March Draws Shrugs and Cheers From Afar
Women in Niles, Mich., 600 miles from Washington, disagreed on the need for the march and on the issues it focused on.
Angie Searles, 45, perked up at the mention. “Oh, I just saw that on the news,” she said. “I don’t know anyone who’s going.”
It's possible that those two groups were independently galvanized by social media but might never actually see each other, in social media or real life. Even in this "more open and connected world" you are still ultimately driven by your own pre-existing worldview.
10 Actions / 100 Days
Thank you to the millions of people around the world who, on January 21, came together to raise our voices. But our march forward does not end here. Now is the time to get our friends, family and community together and MAKE HISTORY. Join us in launching a new campaign: 10 Actions for the first 100 Days. Donate