Before reading the article:
Glance through these highlights from the Times coverage of the Women’s March nearly a year ago. What do you remember about the event? What reactions do you have from viewing the images in the article?
Now, open March On’s website here and scroll down to read about the group’s mission and purpose. Have you heard about the group, either in the news or on social media? What does March On hope to accomplish, and how?
Now, read the article, “One Year After Women’s March, More Activism but Less Unity,” and answer the following questions:
1. What did Amber Selman-Lynn do last year for the Women’s March, and what has she done since?
2. According to paragraphs six and seven of the article, what goals from last year’s Women’s March have been realized?
3. How are the tactics and priorities of two groups organizing marches, Women’s March Inc. and March On, different?