this is peace 2018
This week we’re exploring love, power, and how to save the world.
the women’s march organizers have started a stirring musical movement
The white-clad Resistance Revival Chorus will give you chills.
everything you need to know about taking part in the women's strike
The organizers of the Women's March on Washington have teamed up with National Women’s Liberation for a 'Day Without a Woman' on International Women's Day. But showing support is a little more complicated than not showing up to work.
the complete post-march action guide
A 10-point plan for staying engaged and optimistic in the year ahead.
the organizers of the women’s march are calling for a huge global strike
You marched for women’s rights, now will you strike for them?
watch zoë ghertner’s beautiful protest film from the washington march
The photographer captured the faces and voices of demonstrators as they took to the streets, signs held high.
meet nina donovan, the 19-year-old poet behind ashley judd’s explosive women’s march speech
The Tennessee teen talks to i-D about the power of words in this strange new world.
model and tss survivor lauren wasser on marching for differently abled women's rights
'It was especially cool that little girls would come up to me and want to check out my leg. It's embracing the idea that you shouldn't be afraid of people who are different. 'It's like a robot,' I'd tell them, then they'd get really excited.'
stef mitchell’s powerful portraits of marchers taking washington
Storming the streets, scrambling up walls and trees, and chanting til we lost our voices, peaceful protesters reclaimed Washington on Saturday. Photographer Stef Mitchell captures the young faces of a new resistance movement.
naima green's view on the women's march on washington
Clear backpacks, full hearts, can't lose: these are just a few of the hundreds of thousands of people who were part of the historic Women's March on Washington.
your women's march sign could end up in a museum
One exhibition Ivanka won't be going to see.
meet the australians who marched for equality this weekend
We spoke to protesters in Sydney about what they’re fighting for in 2017, and why they remain hopeful.