It’s been ten years since the March for Women’s Lives!


To commemorate today’s anniversary, I’m opening up our massive archive of event photos from the 2004 march. Going through these was amazing. The entire time, I was thinking: Ten years ago today, the feminist movement made history with the largest march ever on the National Mall, and ten years ago today, the feminist movement proved that we were a force to be reckoned with. If there’s any memory worth holding onto, that’s certainly one of them. I hope you’re as inspired by these as I am.

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Carmen Rios

Carmen splits her time disparately between feminist rabble-rousing, writing, public speaking, and flower-picking. She is currently Communications Coordinator at the Feminist Majority Foundation, the Straddleverse and Feminism Editor at Autostraddle, and a writer with FORCE. Carmen is a SPARK alum and former Managing Editor of THE LINE Campaign blog. She's part of an oncoming anthology about girls' activism.