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一往无前,精英女性们!

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一往无前,精英女性们!

A new era of feminism has arrived. 

Meet the women helping to lead the movement.

A year ago, last January 2017, we marched. We unified, raising our voices in support of women's rights, health, equality, diversity and inclusion. We saw what happens when millions of women, from all around the globe, stand together. It's thanks to superwomen, like the ladies featured in this series, that such momemtum continues.

The backstories of these women might be different, but they all have one very important thing in common — a determination to propel the feminist movement and create change.

From the leaders of The Women's March to influencers to artists and organizers, these portraits, shot by Sakara Life Creative Director Lianna Tarantin, capture today's new and emerging era of feminist activism.

On the helm of The Women's March one-year anniversary rally, the launch of the #PowerToThePolls campaign, we spoke with these fearless females about what makes a superwoman, why they're inspired to do what they do and the power of the vote.

Paola Mendoza

"We have to understand that my liberation is bound in your liberation. You cannot be free while I am unfree...That is the absolute truth."

"You need to go out for communities that are not your own. You need to go out and fight for issues that don't just affect you because, we live in a community, in a country, in a society, that is interdependent — and in that interdependence lies our strength."

"A superwoman has strength and bravery and courage and love, when the easy thing to do is not have any."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Paola Mendoza

Artistic Director, The Women’s March.

Nantasha Williams

"Granted women have come a long way from the point when they were unable to vote, however, I think we're seeing a shift in our society. I think it's important that women's voices are centered, and we need to continue that fight and that push — you know, we really can't afford to be silent any longer."

"We need to elevate our voices and continue what has been started by many women before us."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Nantasha Williams

National Organizer, The Women's March.

Zosia Mamet

"My grandmother was a firecracker and did an incredible amount of work throughout her life for women...I get involved, I march, I do what I do to help the cause, not only for the women of the present and those to come, but for the women of the past — for my grandmother, who fought so hard to make life better for me. I do this for her, too, so that her fight was not in vain."

"Humans gathered together in support of one cause, or one idea, is POWERFUL. We can talk all we want and shout from the mountain tops and give money and do all the things that still matter, but when we physically band together in one place, and show our force by the sheer size of our numbers, that's where the true power lies."

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Zosia Mamet

Actor, Producer & Activist.

Meredith Shepherd

"I think a superwoman is a woman who is confident and content with herself so that she can uplift, celebrate and amplify other women...I really believe in the shine theory, of saying that surrounding yourself and feeling unthreatened by other women's success, is critical."

"The work that we're doing is all about energizing people, activating people, getting people engaged. Keeping the momentum...Protecting people in communities, making sure that everyone has the same opportunities to realize their potential, whether it's immigrant communities, LGBTQ, reproductive rights...to me, that's the definition of this intersectional women's movement — it's not one issue."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Meredith Shepherd

National Organizer, The Women's March

Tabitha St. Bernard

"I'm showing up at the polls because I think it's important to help create the type of world that I want my son to inherit. I think that we have so much power as individuals...I'm an immigrant, so the right to vote is something fairly new to me. It's something I cherish very much."

"To be involved, stay in the know. Read the news. Sometimes it's very scary to read what's going on, but we don't have the luxury of checking out — so stay informed. Seek out different communities that need support, that need somebody to amplify their message."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Tabitha St. Bernard

Youth and Family Coordinator, The Women's March

Gretchen Carlson

"When I jumped of the cliff all by myself on July 6, 2016 by suing my boss at Fox News for sexual harassment, I had no idea what would be below for me. There was no safety net. I was all by myself. But soon after I started hearing from so many brave women across this country — and they shared their stories of pain and agony and shame. I soon realized sexual harassment in the workplace was a pervasive epidemic that crossed all professions and every socio-economic line. I had to do something. So I compiled their stories and responded to each, thousands, and created my manifesto “Be Fierce” to help women have a path forward."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Gretchen Carlson

Author, Television Commentator & Chairwoman of the Miss America Board of Directors.

Mariam Ehrari

“We just all need to show up, for every single person, and I don't think we necessarily always did that... Even learning language or terminology that you’re not necessarily comfortable with or aware of, or following a social media account that touches upon issues that you maybe care about — but maybe the people around you don't know anything about, so you don't talk about it. Start to bring that language into your feed, sort of learn a little bit more.”

一往无前,精英女性们!

Mariam Ehrari

Head of Operations and Partnerships, The Women’s March

Alyssa Klein

“I actually don't think it's important for people to march... What's more important than the marching is what happens when we're not marching. If marching is what energizes a large group of people to stay engaged after the marches, then I'm all for marching. But for me the significance of The Women's March wasn't in the actual marching, but in what that marching led people to do.”

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Alyssa Klein

Social Media Manager, The Women’s March

Jenna Lauter

“I think it's important for women to go out and march because...it helps normalize our anger. I think that a lot of people have been feeling frustrated and angry and repressed for a long time, but we don't always have the forum to have those conversations and to express those feelings. And so going out and marching shows you visibly how many other people feel the same way you do — and you're not alone in caring. It really validates that it's OK. That it's good to care about these issues, and to put yourself on the line for them. And to raise your voice and be mad and you know, make some noise.”

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Jenna Lauter

National Organizer, The Women’s March

Ginny Suss

“Having worked in the music and entertainment industry for almost 17 years, the way I've seen women's voices excluded and silenced in that industry — that to me is really like the defining factor of how I've experienced a gender workspace.”

“The amount of times I've talked to top level men in the industry who are making decisions about who gets a career and who doesn't, and where money is spent and where it isn't, who have said to me, 'we're looking for young and buzzy, we don't care about anyone over a certain age,' because that's not what's interesting [to them]."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Ginny Suss

Producer, The Women’s March

Stephanie Miliano

“We need more diverse representation. We need more women. We need more people of color. We need more trans candidates. We need more gay candidates. We need candidates with disabilities. Folks who really understand what a lot of the population is experiencing, and what they're feeling and not currently represented in elected office right now.”

一往无前,精英女性们!

Stephanie Miliano

National Organizer, The Women’s March

Breanne Butler

“I’m a chef. I had done cookies for one of Hilary’s fundraisers and that was sort of the moment for me. I realized that I needed to be paying attention and I needed to not be in my own bubble.”

“I feel like my responsibility is to get people to the polls. The people like me that didn’t care. I mean, I just voted in my first general election this past November, and I think for a lot of people, that was their first time. Now I understand the importance of that. I used to just vote every four years and now I’m like wait, all of this matters."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Breanne Butler

Global Director, The Women’s March

Shabd Simon-Alexander

“I work really hard to expand voting because I think that, no matter what other urgent issues we are all working around or care about, it’s the one thing that gives us a voice to make those changes.”

“I’m not afraid of failing or looking like a fool. I think it's important to just keep learning and trying and doing and moving forward.”

一往无前,精英女性们!

Shabd Simon-Alexander

National Organizer, The Women’s March.

Sophie Ellman-Golan

“I’m particularly going to be voting on the stance that legislators take when it comes to sexual violence. I’m really tired of the rhetoric, of just saying it’s unacceptable. I want to start hearing some accountability and concrete plans to move forward.”

"I think the superwoman is someone who does an enormous amount of labor, day in and day out, and in addition to just surviving, is constantly working for the people around her."

一往无前,精英女性们!

Sophie Ellman-Golan

Deputy Communications Director, The Women’s March.

Melissa DeRosa

“For our mothers and grandmothers who came before us, and our daughters and my nieces who come after, I promise you this: we will not let this moment pass us by."

"We have an obligation to ourselves and to them. We will be the change required by this moment: in policy, in practice, in the workplace and all across society. With words and with action. If last year was a reckoning, this year is a battle. And to win that fight, women must continue to speak out in every form possible.”

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Melissa DeRosa

Secretary to New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.

Sarah Sophie Flicker

“Mass mobilizations remind us that we’re not alone — even if there are just 30 of you marching in a rural, conservative area. The day of The Women’s March helped us realize we outnumber them."

“A nation of leaders have risen. We are women, we are LQBTQIA, we are gender non-conforming, we are all religions, ethnicities and abilities, and we will be heard!”

“Most women are superwomen, we are expected to multitask and do much of the unpaid work of caregiving, domestic work, nurturing, as well as whatever our other jobs are. We can, if we choose, make humans! That is a superpower enough!”

一往无前,精英女性们!

Sarah Sophie Flicker

National Organizer & Strategic Advisor, The Women’s March.

Connie Lim

"The Women’s March movement has started to empower women to talk about things that have been taboo, and it’s also starting to be a platform to heal relationships between mothers and daughters. I think that the patriarchal way of how society views women has caused a rift between daughters and mothers, and I think as this movement continues, daughters will be able to empathize more with the types of obstacles their mothers had to deal with. "

一往无前,精英女性们!

Connie Lim

Musician, MILCK.

Brianna Lance

“I have grown up thinking certain battles have been fought and won — Planned Parenthood, birth control, etcetera. We now have to fight for these things all over again."

“I had never been politically active before. I just took my situation as a given. When it became clear that was not the case, having The Women’s March team gather such a strong force motivated me to take a stand, get active and also make sure I cherished and grew the female community I had around me. Marching lets us see the numbers involved and keep moving forward, but also lets those opposing see how strong we are."

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Brianna Lance

Creative Consultant & Artist.

Zanna Rassi

“We HAVE to go out and march. For me it’s very important, as a mother of two girls, to show solidarity and fight for our rights. Our rights are no longer given, we have to fight for them, we’re in a revolution and we have to do it!”

一往无前,精英女性们!

Zanna Rassi

Co-Founder of Milk Makeup, Editor at Marie Claire and E! News Correspondent

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