Women's March

Julia Conley, staff writer
More than 1,000 women and men lined the hallways and filled the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, demanding that senators vote against Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.
"Incredible scene on Capitol Hill right now, where thousands of anti-Kavanaugh protesters have taken over the Hart Senate Office Building."
Julia Conley, staff writer
Protests against Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination have erupted across the country in recent days.
" You have power. For the next four days, you have power. If all of us wield...
Julia Conley, staff writer
Protesters wore pins with messages of support for Christine Ford at demonstrations on Capitol Hill on Thursday.
"Christine Ford has demonstrated tremendous courage in coming forward and...

Further

Marking six months since The Women's March, its organizers have launched the Resistance Revival Chorus, aimed at reviving the spirit of collective joy and resistance through monthly events featuring protest songs old and new. They held their first performance in New York City Monday night, after launching the project a day earlier with an electrifying, white-clad flash mob in Times Square. "Do not forget your anger," they urge. "Do not forget how they see us."

Help Common Dreams Survive

Order stickers here...

Order 99% Stickers Here...

 

Order 99% Stickers Here...

 

Order #NotNormal Stickers Here...