Archive/Manuscript — 0.48 linear feet (2 boxes), .1 gigabytes
Materials include pamphlets, flyers, brochures, and other documents gathered from the Call to Action Alley providing information for marginalized communities, as well as a CD. Also includes memorabilia such as a tote bag, buttons, a pen, a pencil, and wristbands.
Archive/Manuscript — 2.61 linear feet (2 flat boxes and 5 map folders)
The materials in the collection consist of ephemera from the 2017 Women's March in New York City, including 26 political signs and posters, many handmade. Between tens and hundreds of thousands of women and men demonstrated in Midtown Manhattan on January 21, 2017. Some demonstrators adopted the moniker "Nasty Women" - a term Trump used to describe Hilary Clinton during the third Presidential debate. Concern was voiced on a number of issues, including civil rights, abortion rights, healthcare, immigration, women's rights, action on climate change and rights for the LGBTQ community [from January 21, 2017 New York Post article "Thousands take to the streets of NYC for Women's March" https://nypost.com/2017/01/21/thousands-take-to-the-streets-of-nyc-for-womens-march/]