The Associated Press article Woman’s March is a time for women to reflect on life, celebrate, and to express our individuality.
A photo of a woman’s face on a piece of paper has always been a reminder of what it means to be a woman.
Now, a photo of the same woman on a photo magazine has become a way for women and men to express their individuality, share their stories, and celebrate the women and women’s rights around the world.
“I feel like it’s a perfect moment to share this story with women everywhere,” said Sara Tamm, the editor of Women’s March magazine, on the cover of Women & Men’s March, the first photo series created to celebrate women’s history and culture.
“We’re at the beginning of a new chapter in our history, and I think it’s important for us to recognize the past and to look forward and celebrate our contributions to the world.”
The photo series was created by Tamm and her sister, Julie, with a grant from the Women’s Marches Fund and was funded by a grant of $500,000 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Men’s Marriages Fund is thrilled to partner with Sara Tamp on Women’s march photo series, to honor and celebrate women and their contributions to our country and world,” said Robert Woodson Foundation Chair and CEO Michael Weinstein in a statement.
“With Women’s MARCH, we will work to make history in a way that celebrates the stories, stories, story telling, and legacy of our great nation’s women, and our unique contributions to human history.”
Tamp has been an active and outspoken advocate for the rights of women, especially women of color, and said she hopes to continue to work to empower women in the future.
“The Women’s movement is about more than just fighting for equality,” Tamp said.
“It’s about the intersection of race, class, religion, sexuality, gender, ability, and more.
I think that’s what’s exciting about the Women in Marches movement.”
Women’s marches have been around since the 1960s, and Tamp believes that the Women In Marches project is the first time that they’ve been created in a magazine.
“What’s great about Women in March is that it’s not just about being a march, it’s also about being the magazine,” Tamm said.
She added, “The whole idea of it is to take the history of the march, and tell a story about it, and then celebrate the stories that are women, about women and the women’s march.”
The magazine will feature women and girls across the United States in a range of stories, including about a mother, a father, and the legacy of the movement.
The series also includes photos of women from the U.K., India, Germany, Italy, the U tomey Islands, and other parts of the world and will highlight the achievements of women in different fields and cultures.
The story of women’s marches is part of a larger theme for the Women &s March, an event to mark the end of the month and to celebrate the lives of the women, men, and children who made history during the march.
“This project is about reclaiming our histories, about reclaimting our experiences, and about reclaim[ing] the power that we have,” Timm said.