Volunteers begin to sort through signs from Women’s March
Boston Globe - 04/01/2017
More than two months after the Women’s March in Boston, volunteers who salvaged more than a thousand signs from the protest laid them out on the floor of a South Boston warehouse, covering about 15,000 square feet of space.
“You could study these forever,” said Northeastern University professor Nathan Felde Saturday afternoon, watching colleagues step carefully through the sea of signs. “They’re so rich because they’re so unique.”