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Guide to the California Women's March posters and ephemera, 2017
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ArchonID: id792
Attachments, Photos, Ephemera, and Testimonials

Box 1, Folder 1

ArchonID: id1822
Women's March, Albany, CA, photographs, see poster 125 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 2

ArchonID: id1823
Women's March, Chico, CA, testimonial, see poster 228 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 3

ArchonID: id1824
Women's March, Los Angeles, CA, poster attachment, see poster 248 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 4

ArchonID: id1825
Women's March, Los Angeles, CA, Pussyhat Project knit pattern 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 5

ArchonID: id1826
Women's March, Los Angeles, CA, testimonial and poster attachments, see poster 132 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 6

ArchonID: id1827
Women's March, Oakland, CA, bumper sticker 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 7

ArchonID: id1828
Women's March, Oakland, CA, photographs and testimonial, see poster 134 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 8

ArchonID: id1829
Women's March, Oakland and San Francisco, CA, poster attachment, see poster 287 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 9

ArchonID: id1830
Women's March, Oakland and San Francisco, CA, poster information, see posters 49, 50 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 10

ArchonID: id1831
Women's March, Orange County, CA, 100 Days of Action postcard and stickers 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 11

ArchonID: id1832
Women's March, Sacramento, CA, digital prints (photos), see poster 258 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 12

ArchonID: id1833
Women's March, San Diego County, CA, flyer 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 13

ArchonID: id1834
Women's March, San Francisco, CA, poster attachment, see poster 72 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 14

ArchonID: id1835
Women's March, San Francisco, CA, EventBrite ticket, safety pins and notes, see poster 177 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 15

ArchonID: id1836
Women's March, San Francisco, CA, testimonial, see poster 135, 272 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 16

ArchonID: id1837
Women's March, San Francisco, CA, postcard 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 17

ArchonID: id1838
Women's March, San Jose, CA, photographs and letter, see posters 84, 85, 186, 241 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 18

ArchonID: id1839
Women's March, Santa Rosa, CA, testimonial and copyright for posters 187, 188, 189, 190 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 19

ArchonID: id1840
Women's March, unknown location, CA, 100 Days of Action postcard 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 20

ArchonID: id1841
Women's March, unknown location, CA, "tiny signs" 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 21

ArchonID: id2206
Women's March, San Francisco, CA, testimonial, see poster 259, 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 22

ArchonID: id2207
Women's March, misc. California locations, photographs, 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 23

ArchonID: id2209
Women's March, San Francisco, CA, photographs, see posters 60 and 82, 1/21/2017

Box 1, Folder 24

ArchonID: id2210
Women's March, Los Angeles, CA, testimonial and photographs, 1/21/2017

 

ArchonID: id820
Posters

Box 2

ArchonID: id1843
Hear our voice, Women's March Washington, 21, 2017, @womensmarch, Theamplifierfoundation.org, Liza Donovan 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 44x33; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

This poster is an official poster selected by judges for the Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017. 10% of profits from this campaign support Ultraviolet. The Women's March on Washington is a rally in Washington, D.C., on the day after the inauguration of President-elect Donald J. Trump. The march aims to "send a bold message to our new administration on their first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights."

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Different colored women's hands grasping a closed fist with flames and a dove, stars; Themes and keywords: Equality, Gender
Box 2

ArchonID: id1844
Women are perfect, @womensmarch, theamplifierfoundation.org, Jessica Sobogal 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 44x33; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In 2014 Sabogal held an artistic campaign entitled "Women Are Perfect!", an exhibition hosted by the Galer

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: African American female child looking up; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 2

ArchonID: id1845
Respecta mi existencia, o espera resistencia,@womensmarch, theamplifierfoundation.org, Victoria Garcia 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 45x29; Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Poster created for the Women's March on Washington 2017 with The Amplifier Foundation. Amplifier created an open call for art to arm those gathered with visual messaging to amplify the voice of this monumental grassroots movement. Artwork was chosen on January 10, 2017

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Fist in Female Gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 2

ArchonID: id1846
Love trumps hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 45x30; Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

In response the unorthodox speaking style used by presidential candidate, Donald Trump, which struck some groups as uncivil and divisive, the usage of his name was made to propose love over hatred in the United States.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 2

ArchonID: id1847
Peace and love all around 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x36; Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hands, Peace Sign, Heart; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 2

ArchonID: id1848
We women will make the world a better place, viva la mujer, [reverse side] Make America kind 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 22x29; Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Gender reverse of Ernesto "Che" Guevara , (June 14, 1928

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Pink and black Leopard print,; Themes and keywords: Gender, Future Generations, Trump
Box 2

ArchonID: id1849
I don't have to be your daughter, wife or mother to deserve human rights, [reverse side] My body is not your political battleground 1/21/17`

Physical Description: 36x28; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Santa Rosa, CA; Iconography: Set of 3 posters, this is 1 of 3, image of fist raised; Themes and keywords: Equality, gender, reproductive health
Box 2

ArchonID: id1850
Women's rights are human rights, [reverse side] Bitches get stuff done 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x28; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Santa Rosa, CA; Iconography: Set of 3 posters, this is 2 of 3; Themes and keywords: Equality, gender, human rights
Box 2

ArchonID: id1851
Proud to be a nasty woman, [reverse side] A woman's place is in the struggle 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x28; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton with an interjection of "such a nasty woman" while she was answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying cry meant to represent an intelligent woman going up against a man.

Scope and Contents

March location: Santa Rosa, CA; Iconography: set of 3 posters, this is 3 of 3; Themes and keywords: Equality, gender, Trump
Box 2

ArchonID: id1852
Resister, [same on both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 24x34; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Santa Rosa, CA; Iconography: Image of fist raised within women's gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Equality, gender
Box 2

ArchonID: id1853
We demand care not chaos, #carenotchaos, [reverse side] #carenotchaos 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x44; Posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Women's gender symbol with healthcare plus symbol, heart; Themes and keywords: Equality, reproductive rights
Box 2

ArchonID: id1854
5 million Californians care at risk, #fight4ourhealth, [reverse side] Don't take away our health coverage, #fight4our health 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x44; Posterboard

Biographical/Historical Note

SB562, February 17, 2017, When enacted, the Healthy California Act will create a system that will make it possible for everyone living in California to receive comprehensive health care services. Individuals will have free choice of licensed health professionals and services in any type of professional setting, from a solo practice to a clinic, a group practice, or hospital system.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality, future generations
Box 2

ArchonID: id1855
Badassery starts here 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x44; Posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Equality, gender
Box 2

ArchonID: id1856
#stayloud for justice, [reverse side] #healthforall 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x44; Posterboard

Biographical/Historical Note

SB562, February 17, 2017, When enacted, the Healthy California Act will create a system that will make it possible for everyone living in California to receive comprehensive health care services. Individuals will have free choice of licensed health professionals and services in any type of professional setting, from a solo practice to a clinic, a group practice, or hospital system.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality, future generations
Box 2

ArchonID: id1857
Bernie 2016, Obama, Hillary!, [reverse side] Bernie 2016, [reverse exclamation] Obama! [reverse exclamation] We'll miss you! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 31x46; posterpaper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female smiley face, stars, [reverse side] same as front side
Box 2

ArchonID: id1858
Stay Loud for equality, [reverse side] #health4all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Posterpaper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Fist in speech bubble; Themes and keywords: healthcare, unity
Box 2

ArchonID: id1859
#stayloud for the future! [reverse side] #health4all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Posterpaper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Fist in speech bubble; Themes and keywords: Healthcare, unity, future generations
Box 2

ArchonID: id1860
#stayloud for Mni Wiconi [water is life] [reverse side] #health4all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Posterpaper

Biographical/Historical Note

Mni Wiconi translates to water is life in Lakota speech. It is a reference to keeping Lakota drinking water clean with the Dakota access pipeline endangering native Lakota land a continued issue since 2016.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Fist in speech bubble; Themes and keywords: Healthcare, unity, Native American
Box 3

ArchonID: id1862
Love wins 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 30x45; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

'Love wins' references United States Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges, June 26, 2015, that ruled state-level bans on same-sex marriage are unconstitutional. In the United States, same-sex marriage is legal in all states, Washington, D.C., as well as all U.S. territories except American Samoa, but not on all Indian lands..

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Rainbow heart; Themes and keywords: LGBT
Box 3

ArchonID: id1863
Badassery starts here, uptownstudio.net 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 3

ArchonID: id1864
5 million Californians' care at risk #fight4ourhealth [reverse side' Don't take away our health coverage #fight4ourhealth 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

The Affordable Care act administered by the Obama administration during the 2016 campaign of Donald Trump was put under scrutiny and after his election was in danger of being replaced by another care act.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Healthcare
Box 3

ArchonID: id1865
Care not Chaos #save ACA, [reverse side] #saveACA 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

The Affordable Care act administered by the Obama administration during the 2016 campaign of Donald Trump was put under scrutiny and after his election was in danger of being replaced by another care act.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Medical Crosses; Themes and keywords: Healthcare
Box 3

ArchonID: id1866
#stayloud for Love!, [reverse side] #health4all #peace #love 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Peace signs, hearts; Themes and keywords: Healthcare
Box 3

ArchonID: id1867
#stayloud for America, [reverse side] #health4all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Stars; Themes and keywords: Healthcare
Box 3

ArchonID: id1868
Trump lost by 2.9 million votes! Don't forget this. Keep talking about it. [Same on both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 35x44; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

In the 2016 election Trump was elected not by popular vote, but by the vote of the electoral college.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 3

ArchonID: id1869
Imagine Equality, uptownstudio.net 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female Gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Equality, Gender
Box 3

ArchonID: id1870
Don't mourn! Organize 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x44; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 3

ArchonID: id1871
Women Yes! Trump no! [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 30x30; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 3

ArchonID: id1872
#noisy Majority, [reverse side] Love Trumps Hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x36; Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 3

ArchonID: id1873
Pro Critical Thinking 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 29x23; Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA
Box 3

ArchonID: id1874
My mama is a product of free & public education 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 26x31; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts; Themes and keywords: Education
Box 3

ArchonID: id1875
Education is a right,[reverse exclamation mark] La educaion es un derecho! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Photo Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Young girl reading; Themes and keywords: Education
Box 3

ArchonID: id1876
Nasty Mom Keep your tiny hands off of her!, [reverse side] Nasty girlfriend, keep your tiny hands off of her! [person carrying this was male] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton with an interjection of "such a nasty woman" while she was answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying phrase meant to represent an intelligent woman.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Arrows pointing to the side; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 3

ArchonID: id1877
We can do it! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 25x35; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of World War II, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards many of whom produced munitions and war supplies. After the United States entered the war, a new selective service act required that all men between the ages of 18 to 65 register for the draft thus creating a hugely diminished workforce.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Rosie the Riveter; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 3

ArchonID: id1878
[image] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 40x14; Plastic Corrugated Board

Biographical/Historical Note

The Statue of Liberty's torch represents enlightenment and it "lights the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty."

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Statue of Liberty Torch; Themes and keywords: Justice, Freedom
Box 3

ArchonID: id1879
[reverse exclamation] Viva la Mujer! [reverse exclamation] Unidas Somos chingonas! sponsored by mujers chingonas de sacrazttan, Xico Gonzalez C/S 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x28; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Ernesto "Che" Guevara ( June 14, 1928

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female Che Guevera
Box 3

ArchonID: id1880
We the People protect each other 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x22; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: African American girl; Themes and keywords: Equality, Unity
Box 3

ArchonID: id1881
This pussy grabs back, [reverse side] Resist fear, assist love

Physical Description: 46x31; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: unknown; Iconography: Fist with rainbow nails, rainbow; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Unity, Community
Box 3

ArchonID: id2120
[reverse exclamation] Viva la Mujer! [reverse exclamation] Unidas Somos chingonas! sponsored by mujers chingonas de sacrazttan, Xico Gonzalez C/S 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x28; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Ernesto "Che" Guevara ( June 14, 1928)

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female Che Guevera; Themes and keywords: Gender, Freedom
Box 4

ArchonID: id1883
Dream, Dignity and respect for all, sponsored by mujers chingonas de sacrazttan, Xico Gonzalez C/S 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x28; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Visage of a woman with a traditional headwrap; Themes and keywords: Unity, Community
Box 4

ArchonID: id1884
Love Trumps hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 21x43; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

After the 2016 campaign, the slogan love trumps hate became a popular activist and pop culture saying, as it plays against the alleged bigotry associated with Trump's campaign.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Crossed out over hate; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 4

ArchonID: id1885
We will not be quiet in this dark hour!! [reverse side] Stay Loud, dump Trump 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 35x46; Plastic Corrugated Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Fist; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 4

ArchonID: id1886
Women are in charge of their own bodies! pro Women's right's, Pro Planned Parenthood, This mom Votes! [reverse side] In our America women are in charge of their own bodies. Science is real. Black lives mater. Diversity is celebrated. Kindness is everything. Love. Hear our voice. Women's march on Washington 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x46; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Fist being held by multiple hands, rainbows colored lettering for gay pride; Themes and keywords: Trump, Science, LGBT, Community, Diversity, Unity, Reproductive Health, Gender, Women's Rights
Box 4

ArchonID: id1887
Image of woman [reverse side] Fight like a girl 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x36; Forma board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Woman's face, probably the one who carried the sign; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 4

ArchonID: id1888
Tax evader, Racist, Unqualified, Manic, Pussy grabber, [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

After his election in 2016, Trump was asked to produce his tax returns for by the American people.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: First letters spell trump; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 4

ArchonID: id1889
Scale of balance, sword of power, blindfold of objectivity, justice should be meted out objectively, without fear or favor, regardless of money, wealth, power, or identity; blind justice and impartiality 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x28; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Chico, CA; Iconography: Figure of justice as she is described in most myths and visages; Themes and keywords: Justice
Box 4

ArchonID: id1890
Climate Change, there is no Planet B, Serra Club Mother Lode, [reverse side] Girls just want to have FUN-demental Human rights, Sierra Club Mother Lode 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x22; Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

The Sierra Club is an environmental organization in the United States. It was founded on May 28, 1892, in San Francisco, California, by the Scottish-American preservationist John Muir, who became its first president. The Sierra Club primarily operates in the United States; an affiliated organization, Sierra Club Canada operates in Canada and deals exclusively with Canadian issues.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Tree; Themes and keywords: Science, Human Rights, Gender
Box 4

ArchonID: id1891
Women for Climate Justice, Women's march January 21,2017, [same on both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 29x22; Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Water, Female Gender Symbol; Themes and keywords: Science, Justice
Box 4

ArchonID: id1892
The future is strong, the future is female, [reverse side] Build a wall around, Fear, Bigotry, Inequality, Violence, Oppression, Hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x33; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Referencing Trump's 2016 campaign when he said that he would thwart illegal immigration by building a wall between the United States and Mexico.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Jose, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Immigration, Trump, Future Generations
Box 4

ArchonID: id1893
Salam, we are peaceful people, Sponsored by Mujeres chingonas de Sacrazttan, Xico Gonzalez C/S 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x28; Photo Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Muslim child holding up peace sign
Box 4

ArchonID: id1894
Donald, you're so vain, you probably think this march is about you. 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x36; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 4

ArchonID: id1895
Don't let this bastard grind you down 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x28; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 4

ArchonID: id1896
Resist to exist [upside down exclamation] Vivia la Mujer!, LR Lurac 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x28; Photo Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Girl with Slingshot, Female Gender Symbol, Flowers; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 4

ArchonID: id1897
Disarm Prejudice [extensive note from creator written on reverse] 21-Jan-17

Physical Description: 42x30; paper

Biographical/Historical Note

On June 12, 2016, Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old security guard, killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in a terrorist attack inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, United States. Orlando Police Department (OPD) officers shot and killed him after a three-hour standoff.

Scope and Contents

March location: Californians who marched in Washington, DC; Iconography: Rainbow background with white chalk outlines representing the 49 victims of the Orlando Massacre; Themes and keywords: LGBT
Box 5

ArchonID: id1899
Women's rights = human rights, [reverse side] Stronger together 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x57; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Together is rainbow for gay pride; Themes and keywords: Equality, Unity
Box 5

ArchonID: id1900
Please save our mother earth 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 46x61; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Earth; Themes and keywords: Science, Climate
Box 5

ArchonID: id1901
Women's rights are human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 41x61; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender, Human Rights
Box 5

ArchonID: id1902
Resist, I may have a pussy, but I'm not one [Copyright Good World Graphics] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 42x54; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Krista Suh was planning to attend the Women’s March in Washington DC January of 2017, and needed a cap to keep her head warm in the chill winter air along with Jayna an artist who could not attend. Together, they conceived the idea of creating a sea of pink hats at Women’s Marches everywhere that would make both a bold and powerful visual statement of solidarity, and also allow people who could not participate themselves – whether for medical, financial, or scheduling reasons — a visible way to demonstrate their support for women’s rights. Little Knittery owner Kat Coyle designed a simple and brilliant pattern that would allow people of all knitting levels to be part of the project. The name Pussyhat™ was chosen in part as a protest against vulgar comments Donald Trump made about the freedom he felt to grab women’s genitals, to de-stigmatize the word “pussy” and transform it into one of empowerment, and to highlight the design of the hat’s ’pussycat ears’.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Woman with Cat Ears; Themes and keywords: Gender, Justice
Box 5

ArchonID: id1903
"if I had a stripper name, it would be equality" -Leslie Knope, [reverse side] I'm with her 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 35x56; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Leslie Barbara Knope is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation. She is portrayed by Amy Poehler. For most of the show's run, she serves as Deputy Director of the Parks and Recreation Department of the fictional city of Pawnee, Indiana. An over-achiever, Knope believes the government should serve the people.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Image of Leslie Knope, [reverse side] arrows; Themes and keywords: Parks and Recreations Episode Tom's Divorce, 2009
Box 5

ArchonID: id1904
Human rights for all, BLM [black lives matter], Refugees welcome, [Reverse] 2018, 2020, Now always, Vote, Speak up, Run for office 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

BLM or Black lives matter was a movement in response to Trayvon Martin, a black teen who was shot by George Zimmerman, an off-duty police officer. It is a call to action to stop police brutality against African Americans. The other theme deals with the conflict in Syria, begun on March 15, 2011, which destroyed whole villages and displaced thousands of people. Refugees began to migrate to Germany and the US and other countries. In 2017, the Trump administration and many other leaders were opposed to the welcoming the war time refugees.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female gender symbol, heart equal sign heart [love equals love]; Themes and keywords: Equality, Black Lives Matter, Immigration, Human Rights
Box 5

ArchonID: id1905
Sexism and racism are immoral, [reverse] We will not go quietly back to the bad old days 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Play on the phrase "the good old days", referencing those, especially older Americans, who look back to periods of American History and culture, like the 1950's, with nostalgia, recollecting it as a more peaceful and moral time.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 5

ArchonID: id1906
Ratify the era, Restore the voting rights act, Equal rights amendment, [reverse side] Human caused, Climate change is real 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 outlawed discriminatory practices designed to prevent people of color from voting. In June 2013, the Supreme Court decision of Shelby County v. Holder removed a provision from the act that had previously enforced states to comply with preclearance requirement.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Science, Climate, Justice, Equality
Box 5

ArchonID: id1907
It's not about losing an election, It's about losing: civil rights/equal rights (No Sessions, No Bannon), transparency (No Goldman Sachs, No Mnunchin, No Oil money), natural resources (No Tillexxon [Rex Tillerson, Exxon], No Pruitt, No Perry), democratic institutions (No deVos, No Price), decency (No hate, No bullies, No lies), We are better than this, Drain the swamp, Women's rights are human rights, It's our country- not your business, USA: Niet [German for the word Not] your business, People first, Not partisan politics, Not profit, [Reverse side] Demand clean & accountable government, Liberty and justice for all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Dollar signs representing the word for money and also used in the place of the letter S in the word business; Themes and keywords: Gender, Human Rights, Trump, Justice
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ArchonID: id1908
Congress do your job, Stand for justice, Rise above partisan politics, Work for the public good, There can be no peace without justice, Trump: clean up the cabinet, no Bannon, no oil, no hate, not Russia, Choose love 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 35x56; Cardstock/posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Peace symbol, dollar sign next to the word oil, red paper heart under the choose love message; Themes and keywords: Trump, Equality
Box 5

ArchonID: id1909
Planned parenthood, The planet, Human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x51; Cardstock and foamboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Reproductive rights, Science, Human Rights
Box 5

ArchonID: id1910
"When they go low we go high"- Michelle Obama 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x57; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Michelle Obama was the first lady from 2009-2017. Her words spoke to many after the election of Trump in 2016.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrow pointing upwards in place of the letter I in high and michelle; Themes and keywords: Unity, Future Generations
Box 5

ArchonID: id1911
#notmypresident, Girls just want to have fun-demental [fundamental] human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 41x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Donald Trump's election in 2016, people took to Twitter to make the statement #Notmypresident, in response to the controversial election winner. Since then it has become the rallying cry of activists who oppose the Trump administration. It is a play off a song "Girls just want to have fun" by Cyndi Lauper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Equality, Future Generations, Gender
Box 5

ArchonID: id1912
Tweet love [reverse side] Love not hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x38; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

The usage of Trump's name was made to propose love over hatred in the United States. Donald Trump's usage of Twitter to relay messages that many deem as instigating hate, is a controversial topic.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Image of a glitter bird singing hearts while on a branch, [reverse] glitter hearts; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 5

ArchonID: id1913
Our Bodies, Our Minds, Our Power [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

The artwork by Jennifer Maravillas was one of five chosen from The Amplifier Foundation's public call for art for the Women's March Washington. "Our Bodies, Our Minds, Our Power" draws inspiration from a time when demands were stitched onto banners and flags.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Banners around words, pink poster; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality
Box 5

ArchonID: id1914
Girls just want to have fun-damental [fundamental] human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x35; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Play off a song "Girls just want to have fun."

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality
Box 5

ArchonID: id1915
Girls rule, Trumps a fool [reverse side] Pray for us all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x38; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender, Trump
Box 6

ArchonID: id1917
Here's to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x39; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 6

ArchonID: id1918
A woman's place is in the resistance 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Star Wars film reference to Princess Leia as she was one of the leaders in the fictional resistance against the evil empire. She was played by Carrie Fisher who was an advocate for people with Mental health disabilities. She died in 2016.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Star Wars Princess Leia hair buns, pink poster; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 6

ArchonID: id1919
Healthcare for all, [reverse side] Support planned parenthood 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 52x41; Foam Board and Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. (PPFA), or Planned Parenthood, is a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care in the United States and globally. During the 2000's and during 2016, some Republicans began to use Christian ideologies to debunk and defund the organization.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Red and blue stars; Themes and keywords: Gender, Reproductive rights, equality
Box 6

ArchonID: id1920
Fight when we must, [reverse side] Work when we can 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x38; Foam board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Red glitter letters; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 6

ArchonID: id1921
Fight Truth Decay, [Same Both Sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x46; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland/ San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Tooth
Box 6

ArchonID: id1922
Keep the torch lit, [Same Both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x46; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

The Statue of Liberty's torch metaphorically lights the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty. Even the Statue's official name represents her most important symbol "Liberty Enlightening the World".

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland/ San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Statue of Liberty
Box 6

ArchonID: id1923
Respect the people you Govern 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 62x46; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Child's face; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 7

ArchonID: id1925
Make America Kind Again, [reverse side] None of this is normal 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x46; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Shadow of Trump; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 7

ArchonID: id1926
Girls just want to have fundamental rights, [reverse side] Legitimate until proven otherwise Tax returns now! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x51; corrugated cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Los Angeles, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump, human rights, gender
Box 7

ArchonID: id1927
Librarians for democracy 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 46x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Los Angeles, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity, community
Box 7

ArchonID: id1928
A woman's place is in the resistance 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 40x40; corrugated cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to the resistance in the Star Wars films, which opposed the totalitarian rule of the empire.

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland; Themes and keywords: Community
Box 7

ArchonID: id1929
Rights for all, [reverse side] Healthcare. Women's, LGBT, civil, our planet, Right on! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 39x52; corrugated cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Healthcare, diversity, LGBT, unity, human rights
Box 7

ArchonID: id1930
Strong women= strong government 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender, Unity
Box 7

ArchonID: id1931
This pussy has claws! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x46; Plastic corrugated board

Biographical/Historical Note

References a 2005 tape that was released to the media during the 2016 election in which Donald Trump was heard saying that he grabbed women by the pussy.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Scratch marks; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 7

ArchonID: id1932
Invicta Summus [latin] We are invincible 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x46; Plastic corrugated board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 7

ArchonID: id1933
We stand against hate, [reverse side] Love not hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 46x61; Plastic corrugated board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Eagle; Themes and keywords: Unity, Community
Box 7

ArchonID: id1934
Protest is Patriotic, [reverse side] Women's rights are human rights, HRC, Our revolution, Feel the Bern 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to presidential candidate Bernie Sanders who was popular for his stance on education and civil rights during the 2016 election.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: American Flag; Themes and keywords: Unity, Human Rights
Box 7

ArchonID: id1935
Resistance is built on hope 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to the resistance in the Star Wars films, which opposed the totalitarian rule of the empire.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Resistance symbol from Star Wars films, hands
Box 7

ArchonID: id1936
Fight like a "girl" Against bigotry, fear and hatred, climate deniers, [reverse side] Fight like a "girl" for all health programs 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 7

ArchonID: id1937
If we don't change we don't grow, If we don't grow we aren't living -Gail Sheehy 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x43; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Gail Sheehy is an American author, journalist, and lecturer. She has written seventeen books, including Passages, which was named one of the ten most influential books of our times by the Library of Congress. Sheehy has written biographies and character studies of major twentieth-century leaders, including Hillary Clinton, both Bush presidents, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, and Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Peace Sign
Box 7

ArchonID: id1938
Liberty, equality, empathy 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts, Dots; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 7

ArchonID: id1939
Someone you love may need to make a choice Women's rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights
Box 7

ArchonID: id1940
Be: Brave, Kind, Loving, Strong, [reverse side]Spread love to all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x38; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts
Box 7

ArchonID: id1941
No body left behind 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 59x44; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland, CA; Iconography: Woman in wheelchair; Themes and keywords: Disability
Box 8

ArchonID: id1943
Girls just want to have fun-damental human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Play on the Cyndi Lauper song "Girls just want to have fun"

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights
Box 8

ArchonID: id1944
"We cannot all succeed when 1/2 of us are held back" Malala 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. She is known for human rights advocacy, especially the education of women and children in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the local Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school. Her advocacy has grown into an international movement, and according to Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, she has become "the most prominent citizen" of the country.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA
Box 8

ArchonID: id1945
Dumbledore wouldn't let this happen 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Dumbledore is a fictional character from JK Rowling's Harry Potter Series, who for the majority of the novels protected the cast and characters from evil until his death.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Lightning Bolts
Box 8

ArchonID: id1946
Rights take Might 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights
Box 8

ArchonID: id1947
Power to all the people 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights, Diversity, Equality
Box 8

ArchonID: id1948
If you're not outraged you're not paying attention! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights, Diversity, Equality, Trump, Justice, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1949
There is no force more powerful than determined women 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Written in all black lettering with the exception of the words powerful and women which are colored in pink and red; Themes and keywords: Equality, Diversity, Unity, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1950
Love it! Improve it! Medicare for all! #medicare4all, national nurses united [same on both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 32x48; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality, Human Rights, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1951
Facts not fear, [reverse side] "The greatest danger to American freedom is a government that ignores the Constitution" -Thomas Jefferson, "Only virtuous people are capable of freedom. As Nations become more corrupt and vicious, they have no more need of masters." -Benjamin Franklin, Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, Peaceful resistance, Fighting corruption is not just good governance: it's a patriotic duty, Presidential oath: preserve, protect and defend the constitution 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 46x60; Poster Paper and Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Famous quotes by American leaders; Themes and keywords: Injustice, Equality, Trump, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1952
Equal rights, all genders, all colors, all religions 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Three hearts, Rights listed out and the word all is underlined; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality, Diversity, Black lives matter, Trump, Human rights, Unity, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1953
Trump and his children have over 500 potential conflicts of interest, "Presidency. Two of my children, Don and Eric, plus executives, will manage them. No new deals will be done during my term(s) in office."- Donald J. Trump, Trump's business empire is taking stream of payments from foreign governments, in violation of Article I Section 9 of the US Constitution, Trump has more than 200 businesses registered in Russia, "For the record, I have zero investments in Russia."- Donald J. Trump, In 2008, Donald Trump Jr. - the GOP nominee's son and the VP for Development for The Trump Organization - told attendees at a real estate conference in New York City that "Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia."- The Hill. 10/21/2016, Who does Donald Trump owe money to? The president-elect has a lot of debt. Source: Mother Jones, 12/21/2016, [Reverse side] "Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean you stand by the president or any other public official, save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country."- Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 62x46;

Biographical/Historical Note

Donald J.Trump's use of Twitter has drawn a lot of criticism since he announced his candidacy for presidency. He utilizes this social media platform for all avenues. Trumps business ventures have drawn concern and criticism as some claim he did not fully separate his presidency from his personal interests including the controversy of his election and possible ties with Russia. Concern over the country's debt and economy being managed by someone who owes money around the globe was a topic of discussion during the election and post-election.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Two Images of two different Donald J Trump's tweets, chart/graph showing Donald J Trumps debt and who it is owed to, [reverse side] image of Theodore Roosevelt; Themes and keywords: Trump, Justice, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1954
Goal digger 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; poster Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Term used in popular culture to represent someone who works hard.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: A popular term that derived from the phrase gold digger, a person who: desires wealth in all areas of life. seeks the secrets of the millionaire mind. has the smarts, optimism, integrity, and passion to do it themselves; Themes and keywords: Gender, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1955
Love not hate makes America great 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again. This poster takes issue with the notion that America was better in the past.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Male and female gender
Box 8

ArchonID: id1956
They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

The quote comes from poet Dinos Christianopoulos, who was sidelined by the Greek literary community in the 1970s because he was gay.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Sunflower, vines, leaves; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality, LGBT
Box 8

ArchonID: id1957
Women strong 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality
Box 8

ArchonID: id1958
Build kindness not walls 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 39x49; Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to Donald Trump's proposal of a border wall.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Immigration, Trump, Diversity
Box 8

ArchonID: id1959
I'm with her 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x36; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

After Trump's election in 2016, the rallying term for Hillary Clinton, "I'm with her" was still widely used by his opposition.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows pointing around the poster; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality, Trump
Box 8

ArchonID: id1960
No justice no peace, [reverse side] Women are divine don't fuck with women, @courtsretorts 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Image of woman holding a sign in front of a crowd of diverse women at march on Washington and the letters in the word fuck are half replaced with symbols of a star, heart, and sun; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality, Diversity, Trump, Future Generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1961
Save health care 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Future Generations, Trump, Disability, Reproductive rights
Box 8

ArchonID: id1962
The present, civil liberty for all, help me breathe, women's march, sacramento 2017, [reverse side] March for our lives 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 46x62; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Images of President Trump, Uncle Sam, Trump with Obama during televised meeting, native americans protesting pipeline, bald eagles, caricature of Donald Trump with Putin, [reverse side] Uncle Sam in a straight jacket; Themes and keywords: Trump, Future Generations,
Box 8

ArchonID: id1963
Build bridges not walls 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 53x41; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to Donald Trump's proposal of a border wall.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump, diversity, equality, immigration, future generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1964
Respect all faiths 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to anti-Muslim rhetoric.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump, Equality, diversity, future generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1965
Rut roe you shouldn't have poked the sleeping dog, [reverse side] Resistance, Speak truth to power 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 41x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Image of a dog; Themes and keywords: Equality, Trump, future generations
Box 8

ArchonID: id1966
This pussy grabs back, [reverse side] The future is female 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 33x49; Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

References the 2005 tape that was released to the media during the 2016 election where Donald Trump was hear saying he grabbed women by the pussy.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Image of a cat; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality, Trump, future generations
Box 9

ArchonID: id1968
Protect voting rights, One person=one vote, Overturn citizens united, Eliminate electoral college, Gerrymandering, [same on both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 48x32; Styrofoam

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: X's used to cross out words; Themes and keywords: Justice, equality, Trump
Box 9

ArchonID: id1969
We cannot solve our problems by building walls and sowing division, we are stronger together-Khizr Khan 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x38; Cardboard ad posterboard

Biographical/Historical Note

During the 2016 election, Khizr Khan, speaking at the Democratic national convention with his wife, Ghazala, by his side, produced a copy of the constitution from his jacket pocket, held it up for all to see, and offered to lend it to the then Republican candidate Donald Trump.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Stars, [reverse side] female sex symbol; Themes and keywords: Equality, immigration, diversity, Trump
Box 9

ArchonID: id1970
[Image], [reverse side] One world be kind 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 37x37; Extra thick poster board, paint supply board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Image of fish in a bowl, ticket for women's march via eventbrite, flyer for pro-kindness message "wear the pin"; Themes and keywords: Equality, diversity, future generations, science
Box 9

ArchonID: id1971
Nope 1/21/2017

Physical Description: ; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality, diversity, Trump, LGBT, BLM, Science, Future Generations, Gender
Box 9

ArchonID: id1972
Constitution of the United States Amendment I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances, harm, patriot (noun) a person who loves supports and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion, love over fear, liberty and justice for all, power does not corrupt fear corrupts... perhaps the fear of a loss of power, [reverse side] Prop 30 yes on Q&R, quality repairs for our schools 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x57; Posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Sticker with the word harm being crossed out street sign style; Themes and keywords: Equality, Justice, Trump
Box 9

ArchonID: id1973
Two steps [forward], one step [back], [reverse side] This is not normal 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x35; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Popular sayings

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Letters protruding from poster; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 9

ArchonID: id1974
I will no longer accept the things I cannot change, I will change the things I cannot accept-Angela Davis 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Quote by Angela Davis.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Yellow bursts in corners of poster; Themes and keywords: Equality, Future Generations
Box 9

ArchonID: id1975
Wage love 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 16x57; Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

In 2015, 25,000 Detroit families were facing the threat of having their water turned off for lack of payment. Detroit activist Charity Hicks, the "Rosa Parks of water," first issued the call to “Wage Love” in the ongoing fight against water shut-offs. The rallying cry to Wage Love evolved into a call for individuals to actively engage society and bring about change for the common good. It calls for people to begin reclaiming their society from threats such as misogynism, racism and greed against all persons.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Future Generations, Equality
Box 9

ArchonID: id1976
In our America, all people are equal, love wins, all lives matter, immigrants and refugees are welcome, disabilities are respected, women are in charge of their bodies, people and [the] planet are valued over profit, diversity is celebrated 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: American flag image; Themes and keywords: Equality, Reproductive rights, diversity, science, Trump
Box 9

ArchonID: id1977
Sierra club for gender equality, text gender to 69866, [reverse side] Women's rights = human rights, sierra club

Physical Description: 41x56; Posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: unknown; Iconography: Sierra club logo; Themes and keywords: Equality, gender, human rights
Box 9

ArchonID: id1978
We will resist Trump's hate, [reverse side] Sierra club stands with immigrants

Physical Description: 41x56; Posterboard

Scope and Contents

March location: unknown; Iconography: Sierra club logo; Themes and keywords: Equality, immigration, Trump
Box 9

ArchonID: id1979
When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty, Thomas Jefferson 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Biographical/Historical Note

Quote by Thomas Jefferson.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Jose, CA; Themes and keywords: Justice, Equality
Box 10

ArchonID: id1981
Mind your own uterus, our bodies our choice 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights, Reproductive health
Box 10

ArchonID: id1982
We believe, black lives matter, Women's rights =human rights, no human is illegal, science is real & truth matters, Resistance is patriotic, "And love is love is love is love cannot be swept aside or killed, [reverse side] Love Trumps hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female gender symbol, American flag, Zen Triangle designs; Themes and keywords: Human rights, Black Lives Matter, Gender, Diversity, Immigration, Science, LGBT, Women's rights, Trump
Box 10

ArchonID: id1983
Asians for Black Lives Matter 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 40x51; Canvas Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Black Lives Matter
Box 10

ArchonID: id1984
Immigrant's make America great (already) ~pathway to citizenship~, [reverse side] My body my choice 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Uterus, Hearts; Themes and keywords: Reproductive health, Immigration
Box 10

ArchonID: id1985
America, Love thy, black, gay, Muslim, Hispanic, young, Immigrants, trans, native, Jewish, Neighbor 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: American Flag, dots, stars; Themes and keywords: Immigration, transgender, equality, unity, black lives matter, native American
Box 10

ArchonID: id1986
I am slightly, fuckin' displeased, [reverse side] liberty, equality, sisterhood 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x46; Plastic Corrugated Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: asterisks
Box 11

ArchonID: id1988
The future is female #michelleobama2020 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x38; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: American flags; Themes and keywords: Future Generations
Box 11

ArchonID: id1989
Make America Sick Again 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 45x59; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland, CA; Iconography: Woman with disability symbol; Themes and keywords: Disability
Box 11

ArchonID: id1990
Our bodies, our minds, our power, we won't be quiet in this dark hour!!!, [reverse side] this pussy grabs back! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 11

ArchonID: id1991
The ACA saved my life 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x38; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Healthcare
Box 11

ArchonID: id1992
Angry White Man 4 Rights, Equality, +L[heartssymbol]ve, [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x56; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Equality, Gender
Box 11

ArchonID: id1993
Men of quality are for women equality 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 58x35; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality, Gender
Box 11

ArchonID: id1994
No uterus, no opinion, My body, my choice 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 37x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Reproductive Health
Box 11

ArchonID: id1995
I would rather have an actual Potato 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Trump as a Potato; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 11

ArchonID: id1996
Not Mein Fuhrer [not my leader] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 46x48; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 11

ArchonID: id1997
His hair is as fake as his "promises", [reverse side] United we stand divided we fall 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 39x53; Postal Box

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump, Unity
Box 11

ArchonID: id1998
Fuck hate, [reverse side] Even though we are divided we must stand united! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 44x54; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Condom; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 11

ArchonID: id1999
Men of equality don't fear equality, [reverse side] you've ruined cheetos 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 33x49; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Cheetos reference comes from the campaign where many people began to reference his spray tan which appears to have an orange tint. Many began to use the term Cheeto in Chief after 2016.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 11

ArchonID: id2000
We the people are greater than fear 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x54; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Woman in American Flag Hijab
Box 12

ArchonID: id2002
I'm with Meryl 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 39x39; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Meryl Streep used her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2017 Golden Globes to call out the president-elect for appearing to mock a disabled New York Times reporter in 2015, and warned that a free press would need to be defended.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 12

ArchonID: id2003
Liberty and Justice 4 all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

On January 20th, 2017, LGBT rights were removed from the white house official page by the Trump administration.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Human Rights Campaign Logo, Rainbow colors for Gay Pride and Rights, Two female symbols, Polyamorous symbol, flowers; Themes and keywords: Equality, Justice, LGBT, Human Rights
Box 12

ArchonID: id2004
#Notmypresident, [reverse side] Make America Kind Again 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Donald Trump's election in 2016, people took to Twitter to make the statement #Notmypresident. Since then it has become the rallying cry of activists who oppose the Trump administration. Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in response to the nostaligiac view that the past was better than the present, people began to play on the words in other ways.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Human Rights Campaign Logo, Rainbow colored puzzle piece for Gay Pride and Rights, female symbols, heart, [reverse side] Peace sign; Themes and keywords: Justice, LGBT, Equality, Human Rights
Box 12

ArchonID: id2005
Equality makes America Great, Women LGBTQAI, Immigration, Religions, BLM 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

BLM or Black Lives Matter was a movement that began in 2013 in response to Trayvon Martin, a black teen, who was shot by George Zimmerman an off-duty police officer. It is a call to action to stop police brutality against African Americans. Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in response people began to protest this nostalgiac view with aternative notions of what makes America great.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Stars, [Reverse Side] Gay pride flag, peace sign, female gender symbol; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Equality, Black Lives Matter, Gender
Box 12

ArchonID: id2006
People Standing Together, Trump's worst nightmare 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 12

ArchonID: id2007
Women's Rights are Human Rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 55x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 13

ArchonID: id2009
The Future is Nasty 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, while answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president, Hillary Clinton was interrputed by Donald Trump calling her "a nasty woman. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying phrase meant to represent an intelligent woman.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 13

ArchonID: id2010
Love Not Hate Makes America Great 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x55; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in response people began to say the things they believed made America Great.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 13

ArchonID: id2011
Science is real protect our planet 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In 2012, Trump said he believed that climate change was a hoax. As a presidential candidate, he promised to resume construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline and roll back U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations adopted by the Obama administration. Prior to Trump's inauguration, many climate scientists began downloading climate data from government websites that they feared might be deleted by the Trump administration. Many people feared that he would pull out of the Paris Agreement and select Cabinet members that might stifle research grants and scientists in the EPA.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Science, Future Generations
Box 13

ArchonID: id2012
Climate change is no hoax folks, [reverse side] There is no PLANet B 1/21/2017

Physical Description: ; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In 2012, Trump said he believed that climate change was a hoax. As a presidential candidate, promised to resume construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline and roll back U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations adopted by the Obama administration. Prior to Trump's inauguration, many climate scientists began downloading climate data from government websites that they feared might be deleted by the Trump administration. Many people feared that he would pull out of the Paris Agreement and select Cabinet members that might stifle research grants and scientists in the EPA. PLAN B is an emergency contraceptive that many pro-life groups argue is an abortifacient.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Wolf [reverse side] Bear, Penguin, Wolf, Polar Bear, Earth with tears; Themes and keywords: Science, Reproduction Rights
Box 13

ArchonID: id2013
We [heart symbol=love] the ACA, it helps our family; Save $!!; Get healthcare, [reverse side] We are the future; Women's rights are human rights! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 58x74; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

The Affordable Care Act was instituted by the Obama administration. A week before the election, Trump vowed to "immediately repeal and replace Obamacare" and said he would "ask Congress to convene a special session so we can repeal and replace."

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart, Dollar Sign; Themes and keywords: Healthcare, Gender
Box 13

ArchonID: id2014
Spread Love not hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Heart, Hate crossed out; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 13

ArchonID: id2015
Our Bodies, Our Minds, Our Power 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56 x 71; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

The artwork by Jennifer Maravillas (@jennifermaravillas) was one of five chosen from The Amplifier Foundation's public call for art for the Women's March Washington. "Our Bodies, Our Minds, Our power draws inspiration from a time when demands were stitched onto banners and flags. Maravillas "originally created these graphics for a series of protest bandanas highlighting the history of protests in America, combined with the many symbols representing our gender, sexuality, and religions that ground and uphold our global feminist movement."

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 14

ArchonID: id2017
What are you hiding, Full disclosure now, [reverse side] Show us your taxes 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 72x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump, after his election in 2016, was asked to present the American people with his tax returns and tax statements to prove he paid and was not evading them.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 14

ArchonID: id2018
People before profit, Love trumps hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: O in people is peace sign made out of buttons, love trumps hate sticker; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 14

ArchonID: id2019
For Women's rights, against hatred and bigotry, [reverse side] Defend dignity, free speech, equality for all people, love, trumps hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 62x41; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 14

ArchonID: id2020
Women hold up half the sky [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Half the sky is part of a proclamation made by Mao Zedong, "women hold up half the sky." It may also refer to: Half the Sky Foundation, a charitable organization based in China. Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, a 2009 book by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 14

ArchonID: id2021
Time For Pushback, [reverse side] Women's rights are human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 68x61; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Triangles; Themes and keywords: Gender, Equality
Box 14

ArchonID: id2022
Nasty Women [Pointing Down] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton with the interjection "such a nasty woman" while she was answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying phrase meant to represent an intelligent woman going up against a man.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows Pointed Downward; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 14

ArchonID: id2023
History has its eyes on you 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 57x76; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

In early 2017, the musical play, Hamilton An American Musical, first came to San Francisco. The song called History Has Its Eyes on You is the 19th song of Act One of Hamilton. The song is sung by President Washington who recounts his first battle experience and explains that no matter your successes, you cannot alter your reputation in others' eyes; that the historic record is always watching and recording.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Women's eyes; Themes and keywords: Future Generations, legacy
Box 15

ArchonID: id2025
Not my President 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Donald Trump's election in 2016, people took to Twitter to make the statement #Notmypresident, in response to his controversial election. Since then it has become the rallying cry of activists who oppose the Trump administration.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 15

ArchonID: id2026
Make our voices heard, Achieve equality and human rights for all, Raise ourselves up without pushing others down, Create the changes we wish to see in the world, Honor and preserve the rights others have fought and won 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Rosie The Riveter, Rosie the Riveter was the star of a campaign aimed at recruiting female workers for defense industries during World War II, and she became perhaps the most iconic image of working women. American women entered the workforce in unprecedented numbers during the war, as widespread male enlistment left gaping holes in the industrial labor force. Between 1940 and 1945, the female percentage of the U.S. workforce increased from 27 percent to nearly 37 percent, and by 1945 nearly one out of every four married women worked outside the home.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Rosie the Riveter, each capital of the sentence spells MARCH; Themes and keywords: Unity, Equality
Box 15

ArchonID: id2027
We may not be able to tie our own shoelaces but we aren't too young to share our voices! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 15

ArchonID: id2028
Thank you Teresa Shook, [reverse side] Not my president 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x73; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

1/21/2017, The Women's March on Washington all started with a Facebook invite. And Teresa Shook, a resident of Hawaii who goes by "Maui cooper slim" online, is the women who started it all with the click of a button. Frustrated by the 2016 election results, Shook invited 40 of her friends to a March on Washington. When she awoke the next morning 10,000 additional names had joined the group and there were 10,000 interested in coming.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Flower; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 15

ArchonID: id2029
Destroy the Fascist ruling class!!! demand Equality 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x68; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

@Clave4E or Clave Fourie, Instagram artist who drew the artwork for this poster which references to many pop culture themes used at to criticize the suspected wrongdoings of Donald Trump after his election in 2016.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Trump, money, burning city, storm troopers, cops, plane, atomic blast cloud, fence, ripped American flag, illuminati symbol, crosses by @clave4e; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 15

ArchonID: id2030
I am marching for the 2.8 million voters who didn't count 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 15

ArchonID: id2031
Respect All, [reverse side] I'm marching for public education! Healthcare for All!, LGBTQ rights! Fundamental Human rights!, All of our kids, Black lives matter, no human is illegal 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 57x72; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

BLM or Black lives matter was a movement in response to Trayvon Martin a black teen being shot by the white off duty officer George Zimmerman, it is a call to action to stop police brutality against African Americans.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Star of David, Islamic moon and stars, disability symbol, flower, gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Diversity, Equality, Black lives matter, LGBT. Human rights, immigration, disability, future generations
Box 15

ArchonID: id2032
Women, LGBT+ people of color deserve fundamental human rights, [reverse side] My body my rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: [reverse side] heart; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Equality, Human rights
Box 15

ArchonID: id2033
Love not hate makes America great, {reverse side] The revolution forgot to bring snacks 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x70; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in retaliation people began to say what made America Great, playing on the words.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 15

ArchonID: id2034
Resist we the people are greater than fear, [reverse side] Love thy neighbor 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Reference to words spoken by Jesus Christ, considered the golden rule of Christianity.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 15

ArchonID: id2035
Hate does not make America Great 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in redpondr people began to say what made America Great by playing on the words.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 15

ArchonID: id2036
Love one another fight back 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Earth, heart; Themes and keywords: Unity, community
Box 15

ArchonID: id2037
Stay Strong 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 50x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Rainbow Letters for Gay Pride; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Equality, Human rights
Box 16

ArchonID: id2039
Women's rights are human rights! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Human Rights
Box 16

ArchonID: id2040
How long do you think we will stay peaceful? 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA
Box 16

ArchonID: id2041
Women The people, [reverse side] Women's rights are human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Resistance symbol of a fist, [reverse side] girl; Themes and keywords: Human Rights, Unity
Box 16

ArchonID: id2042
Roses are red, Violets are blue, We stand together so we can fight too, [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Play on the roses are red poem, a Roud Folk song, it can refer to love.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Flowers, [same both sides]; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 16

ArchonID: id2043
4 generations always forward never back 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Jose, CA; Iconography: Heart, photo of family; Themes and keywords: Future generations
Box 16

ArchonID: id2044
Love & Peace 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Jose, CA; Iconography: Peace Sign
Box 16

ArchonID: id2045
I march for, Voting rights, the future, Equality, Access to health, Climate Change, Hope 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 57x51; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Future Generations, Science, Equality, Healthcare
Box 16

ArchonID: id2046
Nasty Women Keep Fighting 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton with an interjection of "a nasty woman" while she was answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying phrase meant to represent an intelligent woman going up against a man.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Trump's visage crossed out; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 16

ArchonID: id2047
My Body my choice! Celebrate diversity, Matter -> Women's lives, people of color, LGBT,[ reverse side] I march for the outraged women and the apathic women 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Equality, Diversity
Box 16

ArchonID: id2048
Defend our civil rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Stick Figures, Voting Ballet
Box 16

ArchonID: id2049
This is what democracy looks like, [reverse side] Thank you Obama 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 55x72; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity, Equality
Box 16

ArchonID: id2050
In Our America, Women are in charge of their own bodies, Science is real!, Black Lives Matter, Diversity is celebrated, Kindness is everything, Love is Love 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Board

Biographical/Historical Note

BLM or Black lives matter arose in response to Trayvon Martin a black teen who was shot by a white off duty police officer called George Zimmerman. The movement is a call to action to stop police brutality against African Americans.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity, Black Lives Matter, Gender, Science, Diversity
Box 16

ArchonID: id2051
Love Not hate makes America Great 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x54; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in response people began to say what made America Great by playing on the words.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Star, Heart, Zig zag; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 16

ArchonID: id2052
I'm with her, [reverse side] Girls just want to have fundamental rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x51; Sparkling Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Trump's election in 2016, the rallying term for Hillary Clinton, "I'm with her" was still widely used by his opposition. Play off a song "Girls just want to have fun" by Cyndi Lauper.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows; Themes and keywords: Human Rights
Box 16

ArchonID: id2053
They tried to bury us, I am womyn, they didn't know we were seeds 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Board

Biographical/Historical Note

The quote comes from poet Dinos Christianopoulos, who was sidelined by the Greek literary community in the 1970s because he was gay.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Tree, Heart, Acorn
Box 16

ArchonID: id2054
Grab This!!! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x58; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Referencing the 2005 tape that was prominent in the 2016 election where Donald Trump was heard saying he grabbed women by the pussy.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 16

ArchonID: id2055
Don't grab on Me 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x77; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Referencing the 2005 tape that was realeased to the media during the 2016 election where Donald Trump was heard saying he grabbed women by the pussy.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Cat, Grass; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 16

ArchonID: id2056
Make America Think Again, All Lives Matter, Coexist, Intersectional LGBTQI+, Equal Rights for all, No Human is Illegal, Got privilige?, [reverse side] The Future is Nasty 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Coexist religious logo, Peace Sign, Resistance fist logo, Stars; Themes and keywords: Trump, Diversity, Human Rights, LGBT, Immigration
Box 17

ArchonID: id2058
Stand up to hate the future is on our shoulders, [same both sides] 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 68x19; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Future Generations
Box 17

ArchonID: id2059
No Person is Illegal 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 70x29; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Immigration
Box 17

ArchonID: id2060
Respect 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Flower
Box 17

ArchonID: id2061
I'm with her 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Trump's election in 2016, the rallying term for Hillary Clinton, "I'm with her" was still widely used by his opposition.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 17

ArchonID: id2062
Respect existence or expect resistance [reverse side] Feminist AF 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 17

ArchonID: id2063
Don't legislate away my civil rights!, [reverse side] We the people are greater than fear [three times], Stand up, speak up, don't give up 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

January 20, 2017, The images on the sticker are by Shepard Fairey, We are all equally American. That's the message artist Shepard Fairey and others are hammering home with a campaign titled "We the People," which calls for posters printed in newspapers to be used as protest art Friday at inauguration demonstrations. In an interview with The Times, Fairey said his imagery — Latina, Muslim and African American women rendered in the same red, white and blue that made his "Hope" election posters for Barack Obama famous — was a pointed reference to people who have felt attacked by President-elect Donald Trump.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Stickers with three women, one African American, one Muslim and one Latina; Themes and keywords: Unity, Gender, Equality
Box 17

ArchonID: id2064
Women are the world and Trump will pay!, [reverse side] Love trumps hate! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump's Campaign Slogan in 2016 was Make America Great Again and in retaliation people began to say what made America Great and played on the words.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Each letter has a form of squiggle, zig zag, heart, dots, lines; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 17

ArchonID: id2065
Government for the people by the people 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 17

ArchonID: id2066
Betches [loves as a heart] fun-duh-mental rights, [reverse side] Pussy grabs back 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Referencing the 2005 tape that was prominent in the 2016 election where Donald Trump was hear saying he grabbed [women] them by the pussy

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart; Themes and keywords: Gender, Trump
Box 18

ArchonID: id2068
Untrump the world!, [reverse side] NOPE 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 18

ArchonID: id2069
I march to: celebrate love, support human and women's rights, make a stand for our planet, embrace diversity, support my LGBTQ friends & family, [reverse side] Our children are listening spew love not hate. 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hearts, rainbow letters for LGBT support; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Diversity, Human Rights, Gender, Future generations, science
Box 18

ArchonID: id2070
Love yes, Trump no, support planned parenthood, [reverse side] Care not chaos #save aca, Don't take away our health coverage #fight4ourhealth 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x56; Poster Paper, Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Medical crosses; Themes and keywords: Healthcare, Reproductive health, Trump
Box 18

ArchonID: id2071
One purpose 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Visages of people, Symbol for Unity; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 18

ArchonID: id2072
We cannot succeed when half of us are held back!, [reverse side] Sexism is not okay!!! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. She is known for human rights advocacy, especially the education of women and children in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the local Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school. Her advocacy has grown into an international movement, and according to Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, she has become "the most prominent citizen" of the country.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female Gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Gender
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ArchonID: id2073
I'm with her 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Trump's election in 2016, the rallying term for Hillary Clinton, "I'm with her" was still widely used by his opposition.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows, Gender symbol of male and female with equal sign; Themes and keywords: Gender, Trump
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ArchonID: id2074
There can be no human rights without Women's rights, [reverse side] I'm with her 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Trump's election in 2016, the rallying term for Hillary Clinton, "I'm with her" was still widely used by his opposition.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows; Themes and keywords: Trump, Human rights, equality
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ArchonID: id2075
Apathy [crossed out] Rise up 1/21/2016

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Crossed out word; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 18

ArchonID: id2076
Equal rights for all, genders, religions, cultures, people 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Human cut out, gender symbols, star of David, Islamic moon and star, cross, earth, equal symbol; Themes and keywords: Unity, Diversity, human rights, equality
Box 18

ArchonID: id2077
Together we stand!!! All the way I'm with her!!!, Salinas, CA 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Trump's election in 2016, the rallying term for Hillary Clinton, "I'm with her" was still widely used by his opposition.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Lines; Themes and keywords: Trump, Unity
Box 19

ArchonID: id2079
Tax Trump, [reverse side] Who is Roy Cohn? 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Man from whom Trump learned his style of interogation, Roy Marcus Cohn, born in the Bronx in 1927, was the son of Albert Cohn, a judge and prominent Democrat. He graduated from Columbia Law School in 1947, and the day he was admitted to the bar, according to a New York Times obituary, he got a job in the office of the Manhattan United States Attorney thanks to his father’s connections. He became known for his arrogant courtroom style, notably in the case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, American citizens convicted of conspiring to give information about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. They were executed, and Cohn was promoted to assistant U.S. Attorney

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
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ArchonID: id2080
Not on our watch, discrimination, inequality, sexism, anti-feminism, liars bullying, misogyny, racism, hatred, prejudice, cheaters, Salinas, CA 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Resistance fist symbol; Themes and keywords: Diversity, gender, unity
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ArchonID: id2081
For all women kind, Love, faith, prayer, hope, Salinas, CA 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Gender symbol of both male and female with equal sign; Themes and keywords: Gender, unity
Box 19

ArchonID: id2082
No Trump any time 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 67x54; Wood

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Looks like a road sign, arrow; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 19

ArchonID: id2083
Fix post, truth America, Check your facts, Don't believe what you see on the internet 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump was thought to have won the election with the help of fake news, since most social media platforms allowed for news sources that were often times against Hillary Clinton his opponent.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
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ArchonID: id2084
Education Rocks 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Illustration Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Albany, CA; Iconography: Heart, star, peace symbol
Box 19

ArchonID: id2085
Honk [crossed out] scream in agony if you love women's health 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Heart, exes; Themes and keywords: Healthcare, human rights
Box 19

ArchonID: id2086
I'm with her, [reverse side] State senator Richard Pan and Council member Angelique Ashby 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x56; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

(2018) Richard Pan (born October 28, 1965) is an American politician currently serving in the California State Senate. He is a Democrat representing the 6th district, encompassing parts of Sacramento and Yolo counties. Currently serving on the Sacramento City Council as the longest standing member and the sole female - proudly representing District 1. Alumni of both McGeorge School of Law (JD) and the University of California, Davis (BA).

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Arrows; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 19

ArchonID: id2087
I cherish my first amendment rights. I honor all of my sisters & brothers in this country. I celebrate the bridges over the divide. America- liberty & justice for all!, [reverse side] Love 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: American Flag; Themes and keywords: unity, diversity, community
Box 19

ArchonID: id2088
Dismantle racism, dismantle sexism, dismantle homophobia 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: unity, gender, LGBT, community, equality
Box 19

ArchonID: id2089
Women's rights are human rights #nastywoman 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton with an interjection of "a nasty woman" while she was answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying phrase meant to represent an intelligent woman going up against a man.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female Gender symbol; Themes and keywords: Gender, human rights
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ArchonID: id2090
We are women hear us roar, [reverse side] We are the storm 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 19

ArchonID: id2091
Take your broken heart and make it into art!" -Carrie Fisher -Meryl Streep @ Golden Globes, [reverse side] WE Value...Honesty, Respect, Empathy 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x56; Poster Paper

Biographical/Historical Note

On January 8, 2017, Meryl Streep concluded her speech with a quote recalling the late Carrie Fisher. "As my friend, the dear, departed Princess Leia, said to me, 'Take your broken heart, make it into art.” The acclaimed actress, who has won eight Golden Globes over the course her esteemed career, was nominated again for Best Actress for Florence Foster Jenkins. The Hollywood Foreign Press has bestowed the Cecil B. DeMille honor on the industry's most admired entertainers every year since 1952. Past recipients include Denzel Washington, George Clooney, Woody Allen, Jodie Foster, Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese. But of all the past honorees, there have only been 13 other women.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA
Box 20

ArchonID: id2093
Black lives matter, Women's rights=human rights, No human is illegal, Science is real, Love is love, Kindness is everything, [reverse side] Herstory has its eyes on you 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In early 2017, the musical play, Hamilton An American Musical, first came to San Francisco. The song called History Has Its Eyes on You is the 19th song of Act One of Hamilton. The song is sung by President Washington who recounts his first battle experience and explains that no matter your successes, you cannot alter your reputation in others' eyes; that the historic record is always watching and recording.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump, Science, LGBT, Community, Diversity, Unity, Gender, Women's Rights
Box 20

ArchonID: id2094
Nasty, Nasty, Nasty, Nasty, Planned Parenthood, Claire Gould 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x66; Poster Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In the final moments of the third 2016 Presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton with an interjection of "a nasty woman" while she was answering a question about how she would raise taxes on the rich to tackle debt and entitlements if she were to become president. The term "nasty" became a Feminist rallying phrase meant to represent an intelligent woman going up against a man.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Fist with nails painted with: Rainbow, Female Gender Symbol, Mexican flag, peace sign, Islamic moon and star; Themes and keywords: Gender, LGBT, Immigration, diversity, community, Reproductive rights
Box 20

ArchonID: id2095
Nasty, Nasty, Nasty, Nasty, Planned Parenthood 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x66; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Fist with nails painted with: Rainbow, Female Gender Symbol, Mexican flag, peace sign, Islamic moon and star; Themes and keywords: Gender, LGBT, Immigration, diversity, community, Reproductive rights
Box 20

ArchonID: id2096
GTFO 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Biography/Historical Note

GTFO is <span class="st">an internet acronym short for " get the fuck out". It is used to express indignation, usually towards stupidity, incompetence, or both. </span>

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Uterus with Blood coming out; Themes and keywords: Reproductive Health
Box 20

ArchonID: id2097
Vagina 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Anarchy symbol; Themes and keywords: Reproductive health
Box 20

ArchonID: id2098
Classy, sassy and a bit badassy 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA
Box 20

ArchonID: id2099
Unity, Free Press, Black lives matter, respect disabled & diversity, Woman's rights & LGBT rights are human rights, Immigrants make America great, climate change is real we will not back down 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Jose, CA; Iconography: American flag; Themes and keywords: Gender, LGBT, Immigration, diversity, community, Reproductive rights, Human rights, Disability, Science
Box 20

ArchonID: id2100
I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept, [reverse side] Nasty Woman

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: unknown
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ArchonID: id2101
Grab him by this pussy 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Trump with a cat as his hair; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 20

ArchonID: id2102
We will not tolerate: Tyrant, Racist, Unqualified, Misogynistic, Putin Protector, Viva Hope! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 50x71; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Diego, CA; Iconography: Photos of Trump with strange faces, or with nuclear weapons; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 20

ArchonID: id2103
Women, You have to treat them like shit"- Trump, That must be a pretty picture. You dropping to your knees" -Trump #notmypresident 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 20

ArchonID: id2104
Groper in chief, Nope 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 71x56; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Donald Trump; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 20

ArchonID: id2105
Permaculture, Welcome to the resistance @protected by AA michael, Palo Alto 12:217, Millbrae 1:39, SF civic center, 1. earth first Resistance is built on hope, I will not return to 1950, I'm with her, the future is nasty, climate change denier lies to the world for greed, Pussy grabs back, we won't go back, 2.people,tweet women with respect, Trump means fart'n in British, Another world is still possible, I march for (blanks space) what are you marching for? Real equality time is seriously now, We can! Vocal majority, we will rise t unity, Unity, my body my choice, women's rights are human rights, our bodies our minds our power, 3. fair share, wear the PIR, sisterhood is colorful, [reverse side] permaculture 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 65x35; Poster Board, Brail Paper

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Tree, flower pot; Themes and keywords: trump, human rights, race, reproductive rights, unity, community, gender, science
Box 20

ArchonID: id2106
I'm interested in women's health because I'm a woman. I'd be a darn fool not be on my own side. ~M. Angelou, [reverse side]"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost"-Thomas Jefferson 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 40x66; Poster Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Los Angeles, CA; Iconography: Picture of Maya Angelou, American Flag; Themes and keywords: Freedom, Reproductive health, Healthcare
Box 20

ArchonID: id2107
Discrimination is a bigger obstacle than any disability ~Paul K. Longmire 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 43x66; Watercolor paper

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland, CA; Iconography: Woman with Disability as a symbol; Themes and keywords: Disability, equality
Box 21

ArchonID: id2109
Viva la Vulva 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Uterus flipping someone off, Vulva; Themes and keywords: Reproductive health
Box 21

ArchonID: id2110
Vagina is not a dirty word 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart, Equal Sign; Themes and keywords: Reproductive health
Box 21

ArchonID: id2111
Trans lives matter 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Sparkling Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Transgender flag, Rainbow; Themes and keywords: Transgender, Equality
Box 21

ArchonID: id2112
Love (not hate) makes America Great, [reverse side] I am marching for her 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Heart, African American Child with backpack; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 21

ArchonID: id2113
Keep your small spray tanned bigoted hands off our pussies, our healthcare and our basic human rights 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hands crossed out; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 21

ArchonID: id2114
Real Men don't grab pussies, [reverse side] Trump's Business violate the constitution and are security risks Divest now! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 21

ArchonID: id2115
The most gigantic lying mouth 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Face, eyes, mouth; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 21

ArchonID: id2116
Keep your small hands off my pussy!, [reverse side] Not my president!!! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x76; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 21

ArchonID: id2117
DAPL against the pipeline, We are protectors from MN, Hear our voices, Women's march on Washington, January 21,2017, Stop kxl pipeline, protect our land protect our water no xxl, no xxl, Honk if you care, protect earth reject xl pipeline, hope, hope, pipeline fighter #noxxl, you can't drink oil or money, no xxl, #native lives matter, women's march on Sacramento, Saturday January 21, 2017, Women's march on Sacramento, hosted by Jessica Browning and 3 others, public, [reverse side] you are safe with me I stand beside you, Wearing a safety pin shows that we stand to oppose bigotry, and bully behavior. It is a visual demonstration of solidarity to stand up for human kindness and acceptance! I so appreciate all the creative ways people have embraced this idea. I added a heart because I believe we need to touch hearts to change behavior. Stop bullying, I am safe if you are Muslim, a woman, LGBQ, a person of color, Latinx, Trans, an immigrant, disabled afraid... Speak I'll listen, I'll hold you, stand up for you, sit down for you, shut up for you, do what I can to let you know I love you, this sign is how you will know me #safety pin, Bullying, teasing, rumors, leaving somebody out, kicking, name-calling, stealing, damaging property, gossiping, mean words, threats, hitting 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Photos of protestors from DAPL and Peace events, Stop sign, safety pins, crossed out symbol; Themes and keywords: DAPL, Human rights, equality, community, unity, immigration, LGBT, Transgender, disability, diversity
Box 21

ArchonID: id2118
Alright Ladies now let's get in Formation ! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x61; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

The words on the poster are from Beyonce's "Formation" track off the album Lemonade from 2016.

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland, CA; Themes and keywords: Beyonce
Box 21

ArchonID: id2119
Remember from here on out...History has its eyes on you, Trump world order, Trump's remarks on nukes rattle experts, [reverse side]Madam President, 2020 CU [see you], The best is yet to come, She's still out there... 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 47x61; Corrugated Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In early 2017, the musical play, Hamilton An American Musical, first came to San Francisco. The song called History Has Its Eyes on You is the 19th song of Act One of Hamilton. The song is sung by President Washington who recounts his first battle experience and explains that no matter your successes, you cannot alter your reputation in others' eyes; that the historic record is always watching and recording.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female gender symbol, Eyes, Heart, Trump, newspaper clippings; Themes and keywords: Gender, Future Generations
Box 21

ArchonID: id2121
When you take away our rights! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 72x56; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender, Freedom
Box 21

ArchonID: id2122
Thanks Dept. of Interior Obama was Bigger [Reverse] John Lewis is my Hero 21-Jan-17

Physical Description: 72x52; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Stars and Stripes letters; Themes and keywords: Obama, John Lewis, Department of the Interior, Trump
Box 22

ArchonID: id2124
This is what democracy looks like 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 62x62; Canvas

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 22

ArchonID: id2125
Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it. Never again, [reverse side] " When Fascism comes to America it will not be labeled made in Germany, it will not be marked with a swastika, it will be called Americanism, yale,- Hartford E. Luccock 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 55x71; Canvas

Biographical/Historical Note

An uncredited New York Times reporter covering Halford E. Luccock in an article published September 12, 1938.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Swastika, Nazi Flag; Themes and keywords: Future Generations
Box 22

ArchonID: id2126
Ring the bells that still can ring, forget your perfect offering, there is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in -L. Cohen, [reverse side] We don't drown because the water is deep, we drown because we can't stop swimming -Jesse Jackson 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x71; Canvas

Biographical/Historical Note

Lyrics from Leonard Cohen's 1992 song "Anthem" [reverse side] Reverend Jesse Jackson sermon quote.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA
Box 23

ArchonID: id2128
Grab back, [reverse side] Make calls, teach others, run 4 office, grab back power, respect others, golden rule, unite in [love] Heart symbol 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 92x75; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Referencing the 2005 tape that was prominent in the 2016 election where Donald Trump was hear saying he grabbed women by the pussy.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Cat, [reverse side] Heart, phone; Themes and keywords: Trump, Unity
Box 23

ArchonID: id2129
I march for Ivanka and other victims of Trump's sexual harassment, [reverse side] Ivanka: you don't deserve sexual harassment from anyone (your father included) 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 61x80; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Trump during and even before the 2016 election was said to have said sexual innuendos and other innappropriate things about his daughter Ivanka Trump.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 23

ArchonID: id2130
My voice will not be silenced by Twitter, [reverse side] I will not just get over it! I will rise up! I will lift my voice! I will be heard! Change is coming, stand together stand strong 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 92x61; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

During and before the 2016 election, Donald Trump was notorious for placing all that he thought on social media, especially Twitter. This was also common during his presidency.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Unity, Community, Equality
Box 23

ArchonID: id2131
I'm too witches for you B.S., Donny! Presidential hand to scale, Tiny, [reverse side] Action! not reaction, Love! not fear, Peace! not chaos 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 54x 80; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Hand, Measuring line, Arrow; Themes and keywords: Trump, unity
Box 23

ArchonID: id2132
Grab this pussy, Made in Russia

Physical Description: 92x61; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

In reference to a video released to the media which showed Trump saying he could grab women by the pussy coupled with the alllegations that Vladimir Putin along with the Russian government interfered in the 2016 US election campaign in order to help Trump win.

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland, CA and San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Jaguar eating Donald Trump's wig and Tie; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 24

ArchonID: id2134
Hamilton wrote his way out, you bought your way in!, [reverse side] The man takes a dump while he tweets #twitter feed 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 86x31; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Referencing " I wrote my way out" from the Hamilton musical to Trump's usage of Twitter.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Poop emoji [texting symbol], Twitter bird mascot; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 24

ArchonID: id2135
This pussy fights back always, [sticker] Defend choice, We won't go back, Save Roe, 236 Syracusesulturalworkers.com, 800.949.5139, [reverse side] 3 million more told the truth will you? 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 84x35; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

March 20, 2017, The Feminist Majority began launching a grassroots movement to save Roe v. Wade. The Millions4Roe.org campaign was created to activate feminists across the country to protect abortion rights on the federal, state and local levels. “An active right-wing movement is working to overturn Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in all 50 states under the right to privacy,” said Eleanor Smeal, president of the Feminist Majority. “The reversing of the right to privacy in Roe could even threaten access to birth control, which was made legal under the right to privacy in a Supreme Court case only seven years prior to Roe.”

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Sticker of Defend; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 24

ArchonID: id2136
In my America, my POTUS does not: -mock the disabled, She: respects ALL our troops regardless of religion, I demand a more perfect union 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 95x30; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

In November 2015, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared to mock reporter Serge Kovaleski at a rally in South Carolina. Kovaleski worked for the Washington Post and had a congenital joint condition limiting movement in his arms. In July 2016, Trump belittled the Gold Star parents of a slain 27-year-old United States Muslim soldier, Humayun Khan, who died in a car bombing in 2004 in Iraq. Humayun Khan's father strongly denounced Mr. Trump during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. In response, Trump claimed that the soldier’s father had delivered the entire speech because his mother was not “allowed” to speak. This criticism of military families/personnel was seen early in Trump's campaign, when he criticised Senator John McCain of Arizona, once a prisoner of war in Vietnam, by saying, “I like people that weren’t captured.” The phrase "a more perfect union" is part of the first line in the United States Constitution.

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: American Flags; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 24

ArchonID: id2137
No one is free when others are oppressed 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 91x33; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 24

ArchonID: id2138
Just say no to crazy, [reverse side] Not my president 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Donald Trump's election in 2016, people took to Twitter to make the statement #Notmypresident, in response to the controversial election winner. Since then it has become the rallying cry of activists who oppose the Trump administration.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Drawn flames; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 24

ArchonID: id2139
Our Bodies, Our Minds, Our Power, [reverse side] #notmypresident 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 76x76; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Donald Trump's election in 2016, people took to Twitter to make the statement #Notmypresident, in response to the controversial election winner. Since then it has become the rallying cry of activists who oppose the Trump administration.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Drawn flames; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 24

ArchonID: id2140
Diversity Rocks, [reverse side] Dangerous and Nasty, F yeah 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 62x91; Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Feminist rallying phrase that is meant to represent an intelligent woman going up against the criticisms of her gender by a man. In 2016 it became a pop culture phrase in the election campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Scope and Contents

March location: San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Flowers, music symbols, swirls; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 25

ArchonID: id2142
"If I were a man, I would be in the field of action. There, our honor lies."-Abigail Adams 1775, This one's for you Abbie!, [reverse side] Love is greater than hate 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 77x77; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

In a letter dated March 31, 1776, Abigail Adams wrote to her husband, John Adams, urging him and the other members of the Continental Congress not to forget about the nation.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Greater than mathematical symbol
Box 25

ArchonID: id2143
At this point, only a woman can fix the nation's problem. 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 90x71; Corrugated Cardboard

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Gender
Box 25

ArchonID: id2144
Fight, sexism, racism, xenophobia, ignorance, corruption, [reverse side] At some point everyone has a pre-existing condition Don't deny health coverage 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 78x59; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

The introduction on March 1, 2018 of the Trumpcare Act posed a threat to individuals using the Affordable Care Act under the Obama Administration. Proposed regulations, combined with Congress' elimination of the individual mandate, were proposed to whittle away at Obamacare's sweeping protections for those with pre-existing conditions. The risk was that individuals would have to pay higher premiums, lose their comprehensive coverage or be left without insurers on the Affordable Care Act exchanges.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Statue of liberty, equality sign [roadsign], [reverse side] patient laying in hospital bed; Themes and keywords: Science, Healthcare, Trump
Box 25

ArchonID: id2145
I fully support Planned Parenthood 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 91x56; Corrugated Cardboard

Biographical/Historical Note

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. (PPFA), or Planned Parenthood, is a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care in the United States and globally. Come the 2000's and during 2016, many Republicans co-opted Christian ideologies to debunk and defund the organization. The Trump administration beginning in 2017 also moved to defund the project.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Science, Healthcare
Box 25

ArchonID: id2146
Trump most currupt ever, [reverse side] Sour deals 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 56x81; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: [reverse side] lemons; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 26

ArchonID: id2148
We are the storm & we will leave light in our wake #notmypresident 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 40x51; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

After Donald Trump's election in 2016, people took to Twitter to make the statement #Notmypresident, in response to the controversial election winner. Since then it has become the rallying cry of activists who oppose the Trump administration.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 26

ArchonID: id2149
Womanhood, Achieving our full selves by Fully embracing each other, Women's march on Washington 2017 @ womensmarch, Theamplifierfoundation.org, Kate Deciccio 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 51x39; Foam Board

Biographical/Historical Note

Kate Deciccio is a Washington based Mural artist who created the image for the 2017 Women's march in Washington.

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Women holding a sign with words on it; Themes and keywords: Unity
Box 26

ArchonID: id2150
#stayloud for all of us!! [reverse side] #health4all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 28x43; Posterpaper

Biographical/Historical Note

SB562, February 17, 2017, Healthy California Act states it "will create a system that will make it possible for everyone living in California to receive comprehensive health care services. Individuals will have free choice of licensed health professionals and services in any type of professional setting, from a solo practice to a clinic, a group practice, or hospital system."

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Fist in speech bubble; Themes and keywords: healthcare, unity
Box 26

ArchonID: id2151
Woman's rights are human rights, [reverse side] Equality for all 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 36x43; Cardstock

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Female Gender Symbol, Equal sign, rainbow; Themes and keywords: LGBT, Gender, Equality
Box 26

ArchonID: id2152
We the people are greater than fear, [reverse side] Don't panic organize! 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 38x52; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Iconography: Five different ethnic women, fish; Themes and keywords: Unity, Equality, Community
Box 27

ArchonID: id2154
Only forward, [reverse side] We will not go backwards 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 81x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Future generations
Box 27

ArchonID: id2155
Cultivate Acceptance, [reverse side] Respect everyone 1/21/2017

Physical Description: 81x51; Foam Board

Scope and Contents

March location: Sacramento, CA; Themes and keywords: Equality
Box 28

ArchonID: id2157
Grab this pussy, Made in Russia

Physical Description: 124x92; Vinyl

Biographical/Historical Note

In reference to a video released to the media which showed Trump saying he could grab women by the pussy coupled with the alllegations that Vladimir Putin along with the Russian government interfered in the 2016 US election campaign in order to help Trump win.

Scope and Contents

March location: Oakland, CA and San Francisco, CA; Iconography: Jaguar eating Donald Trump's wig and tie; Themes and keywords: Trump
Box 32, Folder 1

ArchonID: id2159
Sticks removed from posters by processing archivists, all except 0013 and 0019 1/21/2017

Box 33, Folder 1

ArchonID: id2161
Sticks removed from posters by processing archivists 0013 and 0019 1/21/2017

 

ArchonID: id862
Media Coverage

Box 11

ArchonID: id2163
American Craft. The Hat That Roared. Aug/Sep 17. Betsy Greer. The article is an interview with Beth McLaughlin who is the chief curator for the Fuller Craft Museum which was putting on an exhibition in January 2018 that details the movement through the development of the pussy hats. 8/1/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2164
Time. The Other Side. February 6, 2017. Page: 24-33. Karl Vick, author, Jody Rogac, photographer. The background and context for the initiation of the Women's March, the development of the March on Washington and its global solidarity marches. Includes images from the march. 2/6/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2165
Time. Trump Can Thank the Arts for his Wealth. February 6, 2017. Page 29. Karen Finley. Editorial piece on the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities and the privatization of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. 2/6/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2166
Time. How the Abortion Debate Rocked Progressivism. February 6, 2017. Page 32. Mary Eberstadt. The political change and exclusion of peoples and/or groups from activist movements such as the Women's March based on their stance on the topic of abortion. Centers on the polarization abortion beliefs outside of other political beliefs and forcing the discussion of abortion to be the finalizing factor for inclusion or exclusion from political organizations or movements. 2/6/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2167
Golden Gate Express. Women's March Memorabilia Preserved as History in Sutro Library. March 29, 2017. Kelsey Matzen. The collection process and thoughts behind the establishment of the Sutro's archival collecting of the Women's March memorabilia. 3/29/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2168
HUB at Johns Hopkins University. Leaders of the Women's March talk social media, activism, and criticism. October 3, 2017. Taylor Jade Powell. The leaders of the Women's March on a panel at Johns Hopkins University discuss the origins of the Women's March and the events success and where the success stemmed from. 10/3/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2169
The Chronicle of Higher Education. The Women's March as 'a Way of Learning'. February 3, 2017. Page A26. Goldie Blumenstyk. Denison University professor Gill Wright Miller's organization and participation of students to participate in the women's march including the funding for transportation, etc. stemming from an endowment in the women's studies program. 10/3/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2170
The Chronicle of Higher Education. In Discarded Signs, Professors Saw a Chance to Save History. February 3, 2017. Page A26. Fernanda Zamudio-Suarez. The collection of Boston Women's March signs by Northeastern University's archival process and collection. 10/3/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2171
San Francisco Chronicle. Protests boost art supply sales. March 26, 2017. Page D4. Christopher Mele. The impact the Women's March and the subsequent poster making had on the art supply retail industry. 3/26/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2172
Golden Gate Express. Black women cannot relate to SF Women's March. February 1, 2017. Amanda Davis. The womanist community of women at SFSU whose beliefs differ from that of the feminist community and supports their choice to not participate in the Women's March. 2/1/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2173
Resist! a special edition of Smoke Signal published by Desert Island. distribution on January 21, 2017 at the various Women's Marches across the nation. multiple authors and artists. Considered to be the Anti-Trump, Pro-Female Comic published for the inauguration and hosts cartoons and editorials compiled specifically for this purpose. 1/21/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2174
San Francisco Chronicle. Women's March: Masses send message. Washington: Huge crowd hits capital to protest Trump. January 22, 2017. Page A1, A14. Joe Garofoli. Details on the speakers, the marchers, and people's testimonials from the D.C. march. 1/22/2017

Scope and Contents

[page A2 has a remembrance of Dr. Kevin Starr by Carl Nolte]
Box 11

ArchonID: id2175
San Francisco Chronicle. Huge crowds in Bay Area cities hold sister rallies. January 22, 2017. Page A1, A15. Vivian Ho, Kevin Fagan and Sarah Ravani. The march in San Francisco and Oakland, participant organizations, and individual testimony 1/22/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2176
San Francisco Chronicle. Women's March. January 22, 2017. Page A1, A16, A17. Images of the Women's March from across the nation 1/22/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2177
The Mercury News. About 100,000 take to streets in Oakland; San Jose, Mayor Liccardo says the city 'has awoken'. January 22, 2017. Page A1, A18, A23. Julia Prodis Sulek, Lisa M. Krieger and Tatiana Sanchez. The crowds at the Women's March and Trumps response. 1/22/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2178
The Mercury News. Trump rips media, touts size of his inauguration crowd, thanks intelligence community. January 22, 2017. Page A1, A18. Phillip Rucker, John Wagner and Greg Miller. Details the Women's March: speakers, origin, marchers testimonials 1/22/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2179
The Mercury News. Washington march sparks global 'sister' events. January 22, 2017. Page A19. Sylvie Corbet. Women's Marches from around the global inspired by the March on Washington 1/22/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2180
The Mercury News. Millions of marchers inspire hope. January 22, 2017. Page A19. Editorial on the march inspiring hope 1/22/2017

Box 11

ArchonID: id2181
The Mercury News. January 22, 2017 1/22/2017

 

ArchonID: id863
Artifacts

Box 29

ArchonID: id2183
Painted fabric sandwich board, mailing packaging and gift wrap with notes; Message: Women are Strong; Iconography: Resistance Fist, flowers; Los Angeles [two pin-back buttons separated to Box 31] 1/21/2017

Box 29

ArchonID: id2184
Garment created from pillowcase and rick rack with iron-on decals, San Francisco, CA; Message: Justice=Love; Reverse message: social-political-economic-JUSTICE, Roar Hello Activist 1/21/2017

Box 29

ArchonID: id2185
Garment created from pillowcase and rick rack with iron-on decals, San Francisco, CA; Message: Justice=Love; Reverse message: Roar Hello Activist; Iconography pick furry heart 1/21/2017

Box 30, Folder btm tray

ArchonID: id2187

Box 30, Folder btm tray

ArchonID: id2188
LGBT Rainbow hand-knit pussy hat, New York, NY, and book "The Royal Rumpus and the March of the Pink Hats," Lu Pierro, illustrated by Lynda Farmington Wilson Notes from donor/author 1/21/2017

Box 30, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2189

Box 30, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2190
Pink fleece pussy hat, San Francisco, CA 1/21/2017

Box 30, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2191
Pink fleece pussy hat, San Francisco, CA 1/21/2017

Box 30, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2192
Pink pussy hat made from machine-knit fabric, Oakland, CA 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder btm tray

ArchonID: id2194

Box 31, Folder btm tray

ArchonID: id2195
Sash, pink fabric with iron on patches (stars, heart with Stars and Stripes, peace symbol, heart) and a diaper pin; Message: Stop tweeting and listen! Learn to listen; 2017 unknown location 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder btm tray

ArchonID: id2196
Sash, wide white satin ribbon with velcro coin; Message: Stay Loud; Iconography: Fist; Sacramento 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder btm tray

ArchonID: id2197
Sash, wide white satin ribbon with velcro coin; Message: Stay Loud; Iconography: Fist; Sacramento 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2198

Box 31, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2199
Book: Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope: Voices from the Women's March, Artisan, New York 2017

Box 31, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2200
2 pin back buttons, one pink, one black; Message: Women are courageous, Local, Intelligent, Constructive, Creative, & Independent Human Beings [separated from fabric sandwich board in Box 29] 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2201
2 pin back buttons, blue with red circle slash over word Hate; Message: Not My President; San Francisco 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2202
Pin back button "I biked to Women's March Bay Area" Sacramento 1/21/2017

Box 31, Folder top tray

ArchonID: id2203
Pin back button "I'm a Nasty Woman" Washington DC 1/21/2017