Introduction / Jamia Wilson -- Election night and its aftermath: November 8-9, 2016 -- What's in a name? Everything: November 9-11, 2016 -- To go or not to go? / Jill Soloway -- The team expands: November 11-14, 2016 -- My sisters' keeper / Melanie L. Campbell -- Midwifing a movement: November 17-19, 2016 -- Plans, permits, drama: November 19-December 15, 2016 -- A woman's work is never done (in a democracy) / Ai-Jen Poo -- Sankofa: Look back to move forward / Sister Aisha Al-Adawiya -- Backers join. The bench grows: December 16-28, 2016 -- Artists and allies: December 29, 2016 - January 9, 2017 -- How to be an ally / Jose Antonio Vargas -- Daring discussions: December 2016 -- Why we march: The Unity Principles: January 12, 2017 -- An open letter to grown-ups / Rowan Blanchard -- Operation Headcount: December 31, 2016 - January 21, 2017 -- Optimism, interrupted / Cindi Leive -- The Watergate: Preparing for March Day: January 16-20, 2017 -- Don't forget about us / Erika Andiola -- Rising up around the world: January 20, 2017, 11:00 p.m. -- The roar / Ashley Judd -- Marching forward / America Ferrera -- March Day: Breaking records, making history, January 21, 2017, 3:00 a.m. -- Salud, dignidad, justicia / Jessica González-Rojas -- My whole self, marching / Elaine Welteroth -- Lead with love / Judith LeBlanc -- The Women's March by the numbers -- Owning the night: January 21, 2017, 5:00 p.m.-midnight -- Closing the gap / Congresswoman Maxine Waters -- From March to movement: January 28, 2017 -- Getting political when you can't vote / Yara Shahidi -- My own march / Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm -- America the exceptional / David Remnick -- A day without a woman: March 8, 2017 -- You are here / Ilana Glazer -- The beauty and the danger of the Women's March / Jia Tolentino -- Can social media change the world?: Spring 2017 -- Do something / Senator Tammy Duckworth -- "Reclaiming our time": Fall 2017 -- After the start / Roxane Gay -- Revolutionary love is the call of our times / Valarie Kaur -- You felt how powerful women are when we rise up: Keep rising.
On January 21, 2017, the day after Donald J. Trump's inauguration, more than three million marchers of all ages and walks of life took to the streets as part of the largest protest in American history. In red states and blue states, in small towns and major urban centers, from Boise to Boston, Bangkok to Buenos Aires, people from eighty-two countries— on all seven continents— rose up in solidarity to voice a common message: Hear our voice. It became the largest global protest in modern history. Now Women's March organizers tell their personal stories and reflect on their collective journey. They provide an inside look at how the idea for the event originated, how it was organized, how it became a global movement that surpassed their wildest expectations, and how they are sustaining and building on the widespread outrage, passion, and determination that sparked it. Those stories are interwoven with "voices from the March," recollections from real women who where there, across the world, along with photographs and brief essays by noted writers, celebrities, and artists.