17 Powerful Photos Of Women Protesting Donald Trump


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Since the eve of the election, Americans have taken to the streets to voice their resistance to the current political administration. While documenting the world of chaos and protest that ensued upon Trump's election, I found my eye following the women of these movements. In these photographs, taken in Washington, D.C. and New York City, we see women using their voices as the banner of injustice across the United States and taking center stage in the resistance.


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Photos courtesy Desdemona Dallas

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Desdemona Dallas is a writer and photographer living and working in New York City. Through her work, Desdemona aims to challenge societal beliefs and instigate conversations about solutions to our current social, political, and environmental issues. She is also a long time advocate for survivor’s of sexual violence and is currently working to create more just legal systems to aid survivors after assault. 


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