women's march

peace week

what did the women's march actually achieve?

The value of street demonstrations can often seem intangible, but for these women, the sea of pussy hats and feminist solidarity changed their lives forever.
Sophie Wilkinson
1.22.18
Think Pieces

this is peace 2018

This week on i-D we’re exploring love, power and how to save the world.
Matthew Whitehouse
1.22.18
Culture

a history of feminist posters 1974-1990

Alone we are powerless… Together we are stronger.
Matthew Whitehouse
2.8.17
News

the organisers of the women’s march are calling for a huge global strike

You marched for women’s rights, now will you strike for them?
Wendy Syfret
2.7.17
Culture

i-D’s guide to creating real change after the women’s march

So you hit the streets alongside three million others globally, but what do you do now? Here’s our guide to getting active, from learning from the leaders of the movement, to teaming up with your mates, and taking on intersectional issues from the...
Charlotte Gush
1.30.17
News

life after the women’s march: what next?

Keep Saturday’s protest going with 10 actions in 100 days.
Wendy Syfret
1.24.17
politics

the women’s march on london, straight up!

100,000 demonstrators marched through central London to protest against the sexist and discriminatory tone of Trump’s election campaign, and to send a message of solidarity to our sisters in Washington and around the world.
i-D Staff
1.23.17
News

a ‘disability march’ is helping make the invisible visible

Tomorrow's Women's March on Washington is already expected to be the biggest gathering of disabled people in U.S. history.
Hannah Ongley
1.21.17
News

what it really means to wear a clear backpack to the women's march

In the US, guidelines for the Women's March on Washington require any backpacks worn to be made from clear plastic. Here, i-D US Editor Rory Satran situates the style in a lineage of transparent accessories.
Rory Satran
1.19.17