People of the World!

 Jwan Altalabani

Jwan Altalabani

Washington, DC

 @kellybeeman

@kellybeeman

 @gillianelson

@gillianelson

 @karleyslutever

@karleyslutever

 @bellesaco

@bellesaco

Shanon Feilinger

Las Vegas, NV

 @jeunesse

@jeunesse


Paris, France

Walking to chant of:

"Sol-, sol-, solidarite,
Avec les femmes,
Du monde entier"
 

 Roisin Noonan

Roisin Noonan

Sydney, Australia

 Lily Maguire

Lily Maguire

Los Angeles, CA

 @pretzel_halo

@pretzel_halo

@mpegi

Brooklyn Syndey

Antartica

 @lindazunas

@lindazunas

Montreal, Canada

  @klubsach

@klubsach

Leeds, England

  Sasha Shuttleworth

Sasha Shuttleworth

Amsterdam

@a.j.013 Annabelle Juliani

Lily Rees

London

Alida Bea

 @phoebeamonts

@phoebeamonts

 @alicewilby

@alicewilby

 logo by Christoper David Ryan

logo by Christoper David Ryan

 @lottesweb

@lottesweb

New York City, NY

 @emily_carroll_stylist

@emily_carroll_stylist

 @chloenileriver

@chloenileriver

Copenhagen, Denmark

  @eaeffie

@eaeffie

San Francisco, CA 

 Jessica Gallegos 

Jessica Gallegos 

 @sofiaeguerra

@sofiaeguerra

Atlanta, Georgia

 @tyiaburnett

@tyiaburnett

Hamburg, Germany

 @jasminalbr

@jasminalbr

Brazil

ObeyGiant

Detroit, Michigan

 Lisa John Rogers @lisajohn_r

Lisa John Rogers @lisajohn_r

Reykjavik, Iceland

urbanphotographer.is

 

Women's March & Sister Marches

Tomorrow is the Women's March, if you can't make it to D.C. there are 616 Sister Marches worldwide to attend.

If you are attending the D.C. here is everything you need to know:

Date: January 21, 2017

Time: Starts at 10am, ends at 5pm 

The starting point of the march is at Independence Avenue and Third Street SW near the U.S. Capitol - Here is a map familiarize yourself with it

If you haven't already, register!

Vice created an amazing guide to help you get around D.C. check it out if you are bussing, or riding the metro there. 

Here are is our survival march survival guide: 

 

 Bring a small bag, it can't be larger than 8"x6"x4"

Bring a small bag, it can't be larger than 8"x6"x4"

 Be prepared, pack snacks, it's going to be difficult to leave and get food during the march. 

Be prepared, pack snacks, it's going to be difficult to leave and get food during the march. 

 Stay hydrated! Just as with the snacks, we aren't sure if there will be water easily accessible. Pack a water bottle in your bag. 

Stay hydrated! Just as with the snacks, we aren't sure if there will be water easily accessible. Pack a water bottle in your bag. 

 Pack some tissues or toilet paper. There will be port-a-potties, but with over 200,000 people it's key to go prepared!

Pack some tissues or toilet paper. There will be port-a-potties, but with over 200,000 people it's key to go prepared!

 There will be a lot of walking, wear comfy shoes! 

There will be a lot of walking, wear comfy shoes! 

 Don't forget your sign, there are absolutely no poles or sticks allowed at the rally. See you there!

Don't forget your sign, there are absolutely no poles or sticks allowed at the rally. See you there!

For more information about accessibility at the march visit their site.

LA Gurls Talk Event

We kicked off our first event in Los Angeles, with performances by Lykke Li. Everyone watched the I-D Film  out back, enjoyed beverages from Yola Mescal. Adwoa and Yumi spoke at dinner, they inspired us with words of encouragement post election. Everyone helped make our Mission statement video, ate delicious food by Sarah & Sara at Madcapra and we all celebrated with Lykke. Check out the video and some photos from the event below.

Creative direction: Adwoa Aboah, Holly Gore, Heidi Gaudet and Jean Estene

Event: Ed Brachfeld, Christian Adams

Cinematographer: Marianne Williams

Edits: Steph Zenee

Then special thanks to lykke li

And photographer Giselle Hernandez

Delicious meals by Sarah & Sara at Madcapra

Drinks by Yola mescal

 

29 Room x gurls talk

GURL STALK In collaboration with model Adwoa Aboah, this interactive, large-scale installation of more than 500 telephones hanging from the ceiling, allows guests to listen to personal stories and revelations about overcoming obstacles from notable women including Cara Delevigne, Tali Lennox, Kyleigh Kuhn, Erica Garner, Karley Sciortino (Slutever), and more. Visitors are then invited to join by picking up a phone and sharing their own experiences.

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