Jayna Zweiman

Pussyhat Project

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Jayna Zweiman is co-founder of the Pussyhat Project.

Jayna Zweiman on KCRW

The impact of the Women's March following President Trump's inauguration in January was amplified by the pink knitted pussyhat handmade and worn by millions of marchers.

Does the March for Science need its own pussyhat?

The impact of the Women's March following President Trump's inauguration in January was amplified by the pink knitted pussyhat handmade and worn by millions of marchers.

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This weekend saw a resounding reaction to the new White House, with Women's Marches taking place around the world.

How 'pussyhats' became the symbol of a movement

This weekend saw a resounding reaction to the new White House, with Women's Marches taking place around the world.

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