White + Woman
An artistic narrative in response to commentary and personal opinions shared about the Women's March from both: (mostly) white women who feel they don't need a march and (mostly) minority women who are asking, "where have you been?"
The Women's Marches on January 21, 2017 were held in 673 cities around the globe. Over 5 million people took to the streets and there were ZERO arrests, making it the largest protest in human history and an unprecedented global show of support and solidarity with American women in the fight for the preservation and advancement of human rights, reproductive rights, immigration reform, social justice, restoration of the environment and more...
Stories have circulated about women who chose not to participate, particularly white women, who felt it was not their march. This is my response.