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Photograph of archivist-activist from ARMA International


Protest movements
Women's rights
Presidents--Public opinion
Feminism--Political aspects


The Women's March Oral History Project aims to capture the stories of individuals who attended the March on Washington and any of the sister marches that took place throughout the United States and beyond. We expect that most the interviews will be conducted with Washington D.C. and Atlanta marchers, but encourage anyone who lives locally and who traveled to another city to consider taking part. The interview will be made available via Georgia State University Library's Digital Collections website. They will also be shared with the national Women's March on Washington Archives Project.


ARMA International


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ARMA International, “Photograph of archivist-activist from ARMA International,” Georgia State University Library Exhibits, accessed November 27, 2021,