We Who March: Conversation and Signing with Ellen Feldman
WE WHO MARCH is a photo book conceived and edited by Ellen Feldman. This book of 164 pages (123 photos) includes:
- Photos by 30 photographers at marches around the US
- Comments by 20 marchers
- Introduction by Susan M. Reverby, Emerita Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Wellesley College
WE WHO MARCH is a book of fine art photography, where equal attention is paid to political message and artistic expression. This book is personal, powerful, and artistic. It bears witness to the diversity of the marchers—people of all ages, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and religions. The photographers—passionate artists with expert eyes—captured the spirit of the march in each frame. The book gives people a strong feeling of what it was like to be present.
All profits from the book are being donated to Planned Parenthood.
Ellen Feldman is a fine art photographer, Photography Editor of The Women’s Review of Books (Wellesley College), and an activist since the ’60s, still marching and working on election campaigns. Her photographic works include three photo books and solo exhibitions of her street photography and long-term personal projects. Feldman holds a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from New York University.