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Narya Marcille of Narragansett, RI is unable to attend the Women's March in Washington this Saturday January 21. Three family members will be marching for her, and Narya has produced a wonderful piece of art commemorating the Women's March.

Dear Ivanka Protest #2

On January 16, Dear Ivanka organizers, the Halt Action Group (HAG), held their second New York rally asking IvankaTrump to “pack” women’s rights, affordable health care, freedom of the press, and other things many Americans view as easily disposable by President-elect Donald Trump.

Ivanka Tump notified her fans last week about her upcoming move to Washington. We updated all the details in AOC Womens News: Ivanka Meets Queen Rania, Insists Her Primary Role Will Be Wife & Mother & Advocate For Women & Girls. 

ArtNet reports that the event attracted several hundred people, activists, artists and ordinary citizens who are operating under the dire hope that 1) Ivanka Trump is more rational than her father and 2) that she is more liberal than her father on key issues like women's rights and immigration.

“The Trump/Pence administration is a living nightmare and we will not normalize this election,” said footware designer Arden Wohl to artnet News of her decision to participate in the protest. Although she was friends with Ivanka when the two were growing up. Wohl says she has not seen her in some years.

Record Number Of Protests Planned Around Trump Inauguration

free wallpaper downloads available here of The Women's March Posters available from The Amplifier Foundation

Updated Jan. 14, 2017

The National Park Service has credentialed a record 28 groups coming to Washington DC over inauguration weekend, compared to a typical five or six. Primarily representing groups opposed to the presidency of Donald Trump, the protests will be led by The Women's March, an expected protest of 200,000 women and their male allies. 

The Washington Post reported on Friday that the city of DC has received requests for 200 bus parking permits for Inauguration Day. By contrast 1200 bus parking permits have been requested for The Women's March. 

Republicans have struggled to fill their blocks of hotel rooms, writes Politico. The inauguration committee is hosting only three balls, a major departure from the usual eight to 10.

Women's March Organizing Committee

Top row (left to right): Ting Ting Cheng, Tabitha St. Bernard, Janaye Ingram, Paola Mendoza, Cassady Fendlay, Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland, Nantasha Williams, Breanne Butler, Ginny Suss, Sarah Sophie Flicker. Bottom row (left to right): Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, Vanessa Wruble Photographed by Cass Bird | Sittings Editor: Jorden Bickham

Top row (left to right): Ting Ting Cheng, Tabitha St. Bernard, Janaye Ingram, Paola Mendoza, Cassady Fendlay, Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland, Nantasha Williams, Breanne Butler, Ginny Suss, Sarah Sophie Flicker. Bottom row (left to right): Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, Vanessa Wruble

Photographed by Cass Bird | Sittings Editor: Jorden Bickham

A seasoned group of America's female activists gathered at a South Bronx, New York warehouse turned studio for a group portrait by Cass Bird. Vogue writes that this group of determined women are among the organizers behind "the Women’s March on Washington, a mass mobilization of activists and protestors that will descend on the capital on January 21, the day after we inaugurate into office a man who ran the most brazenly misogynistic presidential campaign in recent history, and whose victory has emboldened a Republican-led Congress to wage an epic war on women’s rights."

An early organizer of The Women's March is Bob Bland (top row with flaming red hair) promoted the march on Facebook, where her followership blossomed after she raised $20,000 for Planned Parenthood by selling 'Nasty Women' and 'Bad Hombre' t-shirts.  Bland reached out to Hawaiian grandmother and retired lawyer Teresa Shook, who gained 10,000 Facebook people supporting a march as the returns rolled in on November 8.

. . . Soon Wruble became aware of their plan. In her real life she runs Okayafrica, a media platform seeking to change Western perceptions of Africa that she cofounded with her business partner, Ginny Suss (also the march’s production director) and The Roots drummer Questlove. Having worked for years as a white person in a black space, Wruble quickly recognized that Shook and Bland, both white, could not be the sole faces of the protest they were starting to organize. “I think I wrote, ‘You need to make sure this is led or centered around women of color, or it will be a bunch of white women marching on Washington,’” she paraphrased. “‘That’s not okay right now, especially after 53 percent of white women who voted, voted for Donald Trump.’”

Bland agreed, and Wruble reached out to a friend, activist Michael Skolnik, who recommended she and Bland talk to Mallory and Perez. The latter two activists brought Sarsour to the table shortly thereafter.

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