Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope–Voices from the Women’s March Book Review

The Women’s March early this year was nothing short of life changing and world-changing. Millions of citizens, from various countries around the world, came together to protest sexism and to send a middle finger to Donald Trump, who had then only recently taken the Oath Of Office.

Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope–Voices from the Women’s March, by Artisan, is a short picture book containing pictures and quotes from those who marched and made their opinions known.

What I loved about this book is that it is short and the point. We are here to stay and will not quietly return to the 1950’s. We will fight for our rights.

I recommend it. I also love that all of the profits from the sale of the book go to Planned Parenthood.

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