After inspiring 5 million people to march on Washington and all over the globe on January 21, 2017, The Women’s March has continued to advocate for social change and women’s rights and inspire action across the world.
We’re joined by two of the driving forces behind this movement: Women’s March National Co-chair Bob Bland and Communications Director Cassady Fendlay.
In this episode, we get into how a Facebook event started by one person went global, what’s different about activism in the age of social media, the need for intersectionality in feminism, and more. It’s an in-depth conversation on a Webby-winning movement that galvanized millions online and IRL—don’t miss it.
“ I truly don’t feel the march would have been a success if it wasn’t for that incredibly loving, collaborative experience we had as women together.”
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