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Voteless But Not Voiceless: The Young Faces Of The Women's March

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Updated: 22 January 2017
The Women’s March on Saturday drew millions of women and supporters together in protest across the world. The main march in Washington, D.C. quickly surpassed the original estimate of 200,000, with unofficial tallies saying attendance easily exceeded a half a million. Sixteen-year-old photographer Katrina Fuller sought out the young people in the crowd and asked them why this march mattered to them.

 

Imani, 15

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Alex, 16

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Lily, 13

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Kai, 17

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Lianne, 13

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Yetunde, 17

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Elizabeth, 17

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