Women's March on Washington: A POC Perspective
Paper Tiger went to the Women's March on Washington. One day after Donald Trump's inauguration, women gathered all over the U.S. and world to stand for women's rights fearing institutionalize misogyny and attacks on basic rights. In a sea of White feminism, we spoke to People of Color at the march to prioritize intersectional perspectives that were easily lost amidst calls for unity.
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