2018 Women's March: We March Because...

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One year later, we march again.

We march to receive equal pay, equal treatment and equal opportunities.

We march to be taken seriously.

We march because...

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We march because we believe in...

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We march because...

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We march to never again hear degrading and negative comments about our femininity, in our home, in the workplace and out in this great big world.

We march to protect our bodies and make our own decisions.

We march to have freedom to choose.

We march because we know...

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We march because...

We march for the past...

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We march to be autonomous and to be ourselves.

We march to be loved and give love.

We march to be seen and heard.

We march for our closest friends, sisters, mothers, daughters.

We march to demonstrate...

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We march because we're...

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We march because we know...

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We march because damn it...

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We march for our LGBTQ friends and friends of color.

We march to never again hear the phrase: "____ like a girl."

We march to have our opinions be considered as intently as men's.

We march to show our solidarity and...

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We march because it's true that...

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We march for every girl (and pup).

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We march for the breakdown of gender roles and the concept of gender as a whole.

We march for a new conceptualization of feminine and masculine unrelated to the G word.

We march for the vitality of entrepreneurship and #girlbossness.

We march for the hope that someday every individual will receive quality education to understand oppression that is not their own.

We march as a necessity.

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We march with intersectionality.

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We march for legal rights.

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We march because we're worth it, and because...

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All photography courtesy of our amazing friend Stevie Rotella Photography.

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Why do you march?

 
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