Abortion Rallies to #StopTheBans Drew Thousands Nationwide in Support of Reproductive Rights

Teen Vogue, May 21, 2019

Twitter Urged to Suspend Donald Trump After President Accused of ‘Sharing Propaganda Videos Trafficking in Hate Speech’ Over Omar Attack

Newsweek, April 14, 2019

The Equal Rights Amendment: It's Not Over 'Til It's Over

Refinery 29, March 19, 2019  

The 2019 Women’s March was bigger than you think

Washington Post, February 1, 2019

Here’s What We Know So Far About the 2019 Women’s March

Brit + Co, December 4, 2018

How the Seeds Planted by the Women’s March Bloomed on Election Night

Vanity Fair, November 8, 2018

Inside the Mass Movement Against Brett Kavanaugh

Rewire, October 5, 2018

The Women's March Is Coming for Kavanaugh

Broadly, October 4, 2018

Women's March Against Judge Brett Kavanaugh

CSPAN, October 4, 2018

Next Women’s March Is Set for January, With Main Protest in Washington

New York Times, September 29, 2018

Senator Nina Turner says the new Jim Crow includes intentional efforts to stop Black voters

The Grio, September 12, 2018

Women’s March leaders say more than 30 women arrested for protesting hearing

CNN, September 7, 2018

Meet the protesters interrupting Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing

CNN, September 5, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh: protests disrupt Senate supreme court hearing

The Guardian, September 4, 2018  

Almost two dozen demonstrators arrested at Kavanaugh hearing

Politico, September 4, 2019

Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation Hearing Begins—And Immediately Devolves Into Chaos

Daily Beast, September 4, 2018

The rolling protests during Kavanaugh's Senate hearing were carefully organized and will continue all week

Quartz, September 4, 2018

‘We will not obey’: 575 arrested as hundreds of women rally in D.C. to protest Trump’s immigration policy

June 28, 2018

'Where are the children?' Women march on Washington in act of 'civil disobedience' to protest family separations

USA Today, June 28, 2018

Capitol Police Arrest More Than 600 Women Chanting ‘Abolish ICE’

The Cut, June 28, 2018

Women's March organizers plan protest against family separation

The Hill, June 20, 2018

These are the four largest protests since Trump was inaugurated

New York Times, May 31, 2018

How March For Our Lives's Student-Powered Protests Sprang Up (& Spread) So, So Quickly

Bustle, March 23, 2018

The National School Walkout, Explained

Vox, March 14, 2018

Watch Women’s March Organizers Give Us a Protest Toolkit

Teen Vogue, March 13, 2018  

Women's March Organizers are Planning a National Student Walkout to Protest Gun Violence

CNN, February 18, 2018

A Year After the First Women’s March, Millions are Still Actively Protesting Trump

Vox, January 23, 2018  

Power to the Polls, Women's March Anniversary Takes Center Stage in Las Vegas, Nevada

Teen Vogue, January 20, 2018

What Women’s March Co-Chairs Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, & Linda Sarsour are Doing Next

Elle, January 19, 2018

Women's March Toolkit Will Help You Achieve Social Justice Goals

Teen Vogue, November 10, 2017

Women Who March: The Movement

CNN, November 2017

28 Hours at the Women's Convention in Search of Sisterhood

Jezebel, October 31, 2018

At The Women’s Convention, A Clear Message: Follow Black Women In 2018

Huffington Post, October 28, 2017

Women’s March to Reconvene Around 2018 After Charlottesville

USA Today, August 15, 2017

The Women’s March Is Taking on the NRA and Police Brutality, Because Every Issue Is a Women’s Issue

Slate, July 14, 2017

Women’s March Organizers Return to DC Streets for Anti-NRA March

CNN, July 14, 2017

#NRA2DOJ March Targets Gun Rights Group For 'Incendiary and Racist Actions'

Colorlines, July 10, 2017

Women's March Organizers Are Sticking To Their Guns & Taking On The NRA

Refinery29, July 6, 2017

The Strike is On: Women Protest as Part of ‘Day Without a Woman’

The Washington Post, March 8, 2017

The "Day Without a Woman" Strike, Explained

Vox, March 7, 2017

Women’s March Highlights as Huge Crowds Protest Trump: ‘We’re Not Going Away’

New York Times, January 21, 2017

Women’s March Expected to Be Largest Gathering of People with Disabilities in US History

Vox, January 19, 2017

Here’s what you need to know about the Women’s March on Washington

The Washington Post, Jan 18, 2017

The Anti-Inauguration

The New York Times, Jan 6, 2017

Women Plan March on Washington Day After Trump's Inauguration

Chicago Tribune, November 29, 2016