By |Published On: January 23rd, 2017|Categories: University Communications|

Fielding folks were in full force at Saturday’s national and worldwide women’s marches, held in 50 countries and hundreds of cities throughout the United States. It was the biggest protest in U.S. history.

Some marched for women’s reproductive rights, some for racial justice, some for LGBTQ rights. Among the many Fielding students, alumni, faculty, and staff who marched for social justice were those pictured below.

Alumna Colette Schabram shot this in Washington, DC.


Faculty member Annabelle Nelson’s photo from the Phoenix, Ariz., march.


Faculty member Anna DiStefano, left, and partner Deb Karoff at the Los Angeles march with 750,000 others

Faculty member Connie Corley in LA

Staff member Maisee Thao with friends in LA


VP Monique Snowden and wife Cherise in LA


Student Eliza von Baeyer at the Ottawa, Canada, march


Media Psychology Program Director Jerri Lynn Hogg took this at the Santa Barbara march during Winter Session. Faculty members Regina Tuma, Debra Bendell and Tiffany Field marched there, too, with 6,000+ others.


Staff member Starshine Roshell and her family marched in Santa Barbara.

Trustee and alumna Karin Bunnell took this in New York City.

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