A sign from the 2017 Women's March.

A sign from the 2017 Women's March.

Now in their second year of organizing under a Trump administration, progressive women activists have taken very different paths to fulfill the pledges of their landmark women’s march. While many are still taking to the streets to protest policy changes, a record number are also running for office and getting more directly involved in the political game. We’ll speak to women who have become politically galvanized in the past year about how their values drive their work today.


  • Angela Peoples Campaign Director, Action Center on Race & the Economy; @MsPeoples
  • Laura Moser Democratic candidate, U.S. House of Representatives (TX-07), Founder, Daily Action; @lcmoser
  • Leila Abolfazli Founder, Local Friendraisers

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