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This OTYCD entry originally posted in November 2017.

 

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Marches and Protests

Lace Up Your Marching Shoes and Bring Your Megaphone: A March-o-Rama of Protest Resources

 

The Women’s March was just the beginning.

Countless citizens, annoyed by Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns, gatheredĀ in cities across the country on April 15–the traditional deadline for filing income taxes.

Scientists, angered by Trump’s assault on facts, came togetherĀ in cities across the country on April 22–Earth Day.

Both marches received separate entries on OTYCD, and many more marches and protests are in the works. Click the link below to learn about upcoming marches and protests:

https://m.facebook.com/notes/the-ascent-of-the-resistance/list-of-dates-for-marches/1330203373721732/

Shepard Fairey, the artist who created the iconic HOPE poster for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, created a new series of posters in time for the Women’s March. Download those three famous new poster images and striking poster designs by other artists from this link:

http://theamplifierfoundation.org/wtp_wmw_highresart/