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The Women’s March: History Documented Through the Lens of a Teenage Boy
Photographer: Tristan Pinto
Exhibit Title: The Women’s March: History Documented Through the Lens of a Teenage Boy
Location: United States
Hope, warmth, and kindness. Much has been written about the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. on January 21, but as a teenage boy, my perspective may be unique. The protesters were single-minded in their determination, but never lost sight of their humanity. People smiled and embraced each other, good-naturedly enduring claustrophobic crowds, and warmly supporting D.C.’s finest. My aim was to document the life-force of the day from start to finish, capturing the individuality of each person and their motivations for marching through the striking creativity and diversity of their messages.
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