My Favourite Women's March Posters

On Saturday, January 20, 2018, the second Women’s March took place in many places around the world, including the U.S.A., Canada, South America, Europe, and even Antarctica! Both men and women channelled their anger through chants and posters in an effort to inspire much needed social change. Here is a compilation of the five posters that I enjoyed the most and feel are the most relevant to the feminist conversation of today.

 

1. One that portrays intersectionality

If you are not sure what intersectionality means, I recommend reading this concise definition.

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2. One that calls for reproductive rights

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3. A response to Trump’s administration

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4. A reminder of the political power we have, and of our duty to vote.

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5. A wake up call to not let history repeat itself

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Did you get to attend the march? Check out UVic's quick video on the march in Victoria for a recap!

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