The 2017 Women's March occurred just days after the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president. Anger was a common feeling on the streets. Everyone knew about his reputation for misogyny. In this film, Sachs intertwines her own Super 8mm footage of the march itself with images of early 20th Century suffragists marching for the right to vote and 1970s advocates for the Equal Rights Amendment. Then she talks to a seven-year old neighbor who offers her own observations on the meaning of this moment in history.
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