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Represent's Apparel appears at Largest March in US History

On Saturday, January 21 more than 3 million women, men and children took to the streets to protest a litany of grievances aimed towards the 45th President of the United States and his inner circle.

The march, which has been called the largest in American history, garnered the attention of many celebrities, civil rights and feminist icons, but it was normal citizenry who overshadowed the many famous faces.

Many of Represent's own employees attended the event in downtown Los Angeles and were met with a jovial camaraderie, each marching for their own reasons, be they immigration reform, women's rights, education, or the ACA, also known as Obamacare.

"The Women's March on Washington was an incredible rally," Cailley Dischinger said about the sister event held in Los Angeles, "I loved hearing the impassioned women leaders speak and found it empowering and liberating to be surrounded by such a unified community."

Jenna Holtzman agreed saying, "I'm not a political person but I feel passionately about equal rights - not just for females, for everyone."

In fact, it wasn’t just our employees who showed up at the many marches, our company's apparel– Hope Solo’s The Future Is Equal & I’m With Her and Her and Her - were present in cities across the country!

Jamie Lee Curtis was out making "good trouble" on Saturday, January 21 in downtown Los Angeles
Jamie Lee Curtis with her daughter holding the Represent shirt 'I'm With Her' at the Women's March on Washington in Los Angeles.

Maya Gabeira, the big wave surfer from Brazil, celebrates the Women's March on Washington.
Brazilian big wave surfer, Maya Gabeira, wearing Represent's I'm With Her t-shirt in solidarity for the Women's March on Washington.

A demonstrator in Washington DC wears Hope Solo's 'The Future is Equal' tee
A demonstrator in Washington DC wears Hope Solo's The Future is Equal

Hope Solo marches along side Rep Pramila Jayapal at the Women's March on Washington.
Hope Solo wears her shirt 'The Future is Equal' marching along side Rep. Pramila Jayapal at the Women's March on Washington.

Natalie Portman shows her support for Represent and the Women's March on Washington in the sister event in Los Angeles.
Actress Natalie Portman shows support for the Women's March on Washington and Represent on January 21, 2017

The Women's March on Washington Commemorative campaign is still available for purchase on Represent. 100% of the proceeds benefit the following charitable organizations focusing on human rights, women's rights, LGBT rights, climate change initiatives and protecting journalism:


Animals Legal Defense Fund

Center for Biological Diversity

Committee to Protect Journalists

Human Rights Campaign: HRC

International Fund for Animal Welfare: IFAW


Planned Parenthood

Sierra Club