On January 21 2017, millions of people around the world took the streets to rally for women’s rights at the Women’s March. The first protest was planned for Washington, D.C., and was organized as a grassroots movement that took place on the day after Donald Trump’s January 20 inauguration. It aimed to “send a bold message to our new administration on their first day in office”. Quickly the rally spread to other cities around the world.
I find the Women’s March a mind blowing and strong statement and I find great comfort in the fact that a huge population of fellow citizens around the world will unite to protect women’s rights and other causes under fire like protection of the natural environment, LGBTQ rights, racial justice, freedom of religion, and workers’ rights.
Lots of library workers participated in the Women’s March and some of them where out there flashing some some really badass protest signs. I’ve collected some of them here for collective memory and inspiration (I’ve tried to located the primary sources for the photos with out much luck. If you know any persons who took the photos please ask them to reach out to me, so I can either make a reference to them or, if they don’t want the photo in this blog post, I can remove it).
“Thank a school librarian if you can tell fact from fiction”
“Librarians against Trump – ‘Book Him'”
“Read and Resist” – Librarians are pissed
“You know it’s bad when Librarians are marching”
“Librarians against post-truth”
“Real news? Fake news? Ask a Librarian”
I’m telling you, kids are the future. This one proves it big time.
Love this one
My fave: “Facts are real. Sincerely, Your Librarians”
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