Inauguration 2017

“Inspiration and Solidarity”

Participants in the Women’s March on Washington explain their reasons for going

By Barry Goldstein | January 19, 2017
“As a rural farmer,”
 Courtney Grimes-Sutton says, “I am pro-diversity, anti-monoculture, and supportive of the crumbling of white supremacy.” (Barry Goldstein)
“As a rural farmer,” Courtney Grimes-Sutton says, “I am pro-diversity, anti-monoculture, and supportive of the crumbling of white supremacy.” (Barry Goldstein)

 

Last summer, we asked Barry Goldstein to photograph attendees and protesters at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Now we’re sending him to Washington, D.C., to document the crowds making their way down to the capital, both to celebrate and to protest. He traveled to several gatherings in the Northeast this week to photograph people who plan to attend the Women’s March on Washington this Saturday.

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