A black and white photograph of a woman holding a poster at the Martin Luther King Memorial March in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968. The woman is in the midst of a march and is carrying a sign with printed text that reads: [I AM A MAN]. The sign has been altered by hand to read: [I AM A WoMan]. Other marchers are visible in the background carrying similar signs. They marchers are walking down a street in Memphis that is lined with buildings on either side. The back of the photograph includes the photographer's signature, information about the subject of the photograph, and printing information.
Hand drawn poster from the 2017 Women’s March on Washington. One side of the white poster has black text with a red heart. The poster reads [Love trumps Hate] in black. Beneath the words is a red heart, a black greater than sign and a dollar symbol. At the bottom, also in black, is a raised fist, a peace sign, and an equality symbol. The reverse has the female and male signs [? = ?]. The wooden handle is painted blue with black stripes.