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Women's March on Washington Archives Project Mission Statement. The WMW Archives Project is collecting oral histories in order to document the local and national grassroots movement “Women’s March on Washington” to show the scope of the movement, the range of reasons women are marching, and so that women’s political resistance may be documented, particularly after the inauguration day of President Donald J. Trump and controversial early January 2017 legislation. We hope to document this in a way that not only captures the movement, but shows its roots in grassroots activism. For more information, visit our [facebook page][1], or view the SAA [Women in Archives Section spotlight on the project][2]. [1]: [2]:
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