Women's March Philadelphia

The Resistance Will Be Commodified

It’s nearly official: the Women’s Marches were the largest one-day protest in U.S. history. A politics professor estimates in his open spreadsheet that more than 3.3 million people – one out of every 100 Americans – marched in every state, while more than 450,000 filled the nation’s capital. Protesters marched more than 6 million miles; that distance on a treadmill motor turbine would have powered 35 city blocks for a month. In addition,…

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