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  • The Women’s March was about more than feminism
  • The Women’s March was about more than feminism
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The Women’s March was about more than feminism

Millions of people worldwide participated in January's anti-Trump march, and brands stood with them – at least in spirit – to show solidarity. But what does it mean for a brand to participate in an event that, by its nature, is about physical attendance and a frustration with higher powers?

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