Parade is an ongoing project that looks at why and when women and non-binary people in Britain congregate en masse. Gatherings captured include Sisters Uncut campaigning for the rights of domestic violence survivors, protesters outside Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre, singers in the seventy-strong Lips choir, those who take on personas as drag kings and a procession in Cheshire that’s taken place since 1814.
Despite their differences these groups have some things in common: the shared ability to accelerate societal change, the impressive effect a large presence of people can have in forever altering a space and a collectivity that is infectious. More than ever, women and non-binary people can parade their aims, minds and bodies in any way they choose.
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