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One month ago today, thousands took to the streets once again for the Women’s March 2.0. Here’s a sneak peek of a few images captured by @womensmarchdoc director’s Sarah Kennedy and Brian Overholt in Los Angeles and Seattle on January 20, 2018. Stayed tuned for more updates on the film coming soon!
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Generations.
January 20, 2018.
Canon rebel
#womensmarch #womensmarchphilly

Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Follow @marchforourlives and find a march near you marchforourlives.com——What to Know About March for Our Lives and Other Student-Led Gun Control Protests
Students are rallying around "never again"
SARAH GRAY
February 20th, 2018
The shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week left 17 students and staff dead — and replaced the 1999 Columbine High School massacre as the deadliest high school shooting in America. Many of the survivors, thousand of teenagers who used social media to document the horror, aren’t waiting for the adults to make changes to prevent the next school shooting.

They’re taking matters into their own hands and advocating for stricter gun control laws and more mental health resources for treating troubled peers.

Following the shooting, Marjory Stoneman Douglas students, including Emma Gonzalez, have been vocal on social media and in traditional media to call for action with their refrain “never again.”#neveragain #marchforlife #guncontrol #parkland#gop#impeachtrump #dayofdistress #womensmarch #vote2018 #resist#protest


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🚨 ATTN #FEMALEFILMMAKERS 🚨 our deadline for film and script submissions is only EIGHT days away. If you have content to submit, we’d love to hear from you! DM us for more information.


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Film director, activist and author, Paola Mendoza is joining us at #WeAllGrow Summit!
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@PaolaMendoza was a national organizer and the artistic director for the @WomensMarch on Washington, the largest one-day mass mobilization in history. For her day job, Paola is a critically acclaimed film director. Her films have continually tackled the effects of poverty and immigration on women and children in the United States. Her award-winning movies have premiered at the most prestigious film festivals around the world, including: Toronto, Berlin, South by South West, Pusan, Deauville, HotDocs and Tribeca. She was named one of Filmmaker Magazine 25 New Faces of Independent Film and she is a Tribeca All Access, Film Independent and Independent Film Week fellow. She is a co-founder of The Soze Agency and has been the creative director for campaigns fighting for immigration reform, criminal justice reform, incarcerated mothers and women’s rights.
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Paola will be presenting a powerful keynote during the “Red Bull Amaphiko Presents: The Power of Storytelling.”
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¡Bienvenida!


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Support the cause! End gun violence!


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100 inspirational women in 100 days. Day 85: Jessie Ware.

Last year at London's Women's March, we spotted Ware standing strong on the front line with her daughter in her arms, holding a sign quoting 'Baby girls deserve a better world'. A born and raised London girl, Ware is an active supporter for women's rights in UK. Having first worked as a journalist at the The Jewish Chronicle and also a short time at The Daily Mirror, In 2014, she then released her first album 'Devotion'. Her most recent albums Tough Love (2014) and Glasshouse (2017) were of equal success. Her music explores the giddy highs of relationships and now, motherhood too. She has been nominated for 11 awards over the past years, and again this year, at 2018's BRIT awards for Best British Female Artist. Wishing her all the luck in the world from the team at Congress! When asked about her career in a recent interview, Ware replied “I feel like I have a point to prove: I can do everything. I can work. I can make a record. I can be a good mom. I can do this all.” #britawards #jessieware #britishfemaleartist #brits #brit #award #glasshouse #singer #artist #singer #album #british #britishmusic #music #topwomen #influencer #influential #motivation #feminist #equalrights #equality #liberation #womensmarch #womentogether #top100 #britishwomen


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Check out their sick black and red shirts! Make a statement! DO SOMETHING


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