The collection consists of 163 posters and flyers, 5 pussy hats, 1 t-shirt, and other ephemera collected by librarians in USC Libraries Special Collections in the aftermath of the Los Angeles Women's March of January 21, 2017. The collection also includes a few items created for the Women's March on Washington, as well as information on the various marches produced by march organizers, information about the Valentines to Congress project and the Pussyhat Project, photographs used in USC Libraries' Special Collections exhibit on the Women's March (Spring 2017), a few newspapers and magazines documenting the events, and miscellaneous notes that accompanied many of the items. Many of the posters include the names and hometowns of the marchers (information collected when possible at time of donation).
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The collection consists of posters, flyers, pussy hats and other ephemera collected by librarians in USC Libraries Special Collections in the aftermath of the Los Angeles Women's March of January 21, 2017. The collection also includes a few items created for the Women's March on Washington.
The Los Angeles Women's March, one of hundreds of such marches that took place around the country and the world on January 21, 2017, the day after Donald Trump's inauguration, was one of the largest of such marches in the United States. The march wound its way from Pershing Square in dowtown Los Angeles to City Hall and beyond. LAPD estimates put attendance at 100,000 people, but march organizers estimated closer to 750,000 people.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The items in the collection were donated by individuals who participated in the March in response to a Facebook message posted by one of Special Collections' librarians, and to subsequent publicity.
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[Box/folder no. or item name], Los Angeles Women's March collection, Collection no. 7050, Regional History Collection, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California http://archives.usc.edu/repositories/3/resources/2719 Accessed September 23, 2017.