I think the most dominant news story over this past weekend, even more popular than the Inauguration, was the Women’s March in Washington DC and other cities around the world. So I rounded up a collection of articles about the Women’s March, and they range in difficulty from low-intermediate to academic.
- Women’s March overwhelms mobile network in DC
- After Success of Women’s March, a Question Remains: What’s Next?
- Women’s march on Washington goes global
- Portraits of Dissent: Stories from the Women’s March on Washington
- Women’s March on Washington Attendance Higher than Trump’s Inauguration, According to Metro Ridership Numbers
- Peace, Positivity as Massive Women’s March Makes Voices Heard in DC
- Protesters in Mexico Show Solidarity with Women’s March
- Crowd experts: Women’s march three times bigger than inauguration
- Who’s Behind the Women’s March?
- There’s even a Women’s March in Antarctica
- With ‘Pussyhats’ at Women’s Marches, Headwear Sends a Defiant Message
- Women’s March Floods Washington, Sparking Rallies Worldwide
Since today is my first teaching day of the semester, I didn’t have much time to put together a lesson plan for this current events round-up. However, I think you’ll have plenty of material to use if you want to cover the Women’s March in class!