The following images are from a recent rally by the group FED UP, a group that organizes for reproductive rights, ending sexual violence, and economic equality for women. Occuring in Burlington, the rally to end rape culture, sexism, and patriarchy marched from the University of Vermont campus, past "fraternity row", (the former site of Sigma Epsilon, which distributed the now infamous "rape survey" that caught national headlines).
Members of FED UP march and demonstrate against patriarchy and rape culture on Burlington's Church Street Marketplace
Two Ben & Jerry's customers watch as the rally passes by their window
Peg Luhrs of Burlington speaks candidly and courageously about sexism and patriarchy at a teach-in following the march through Burlington
Surrounded by signs touting the renewed passion for Women's rights and the fight to and sexism, Emily Eck, a student at UVM speaks about the continuing culture of rape and sexual violence at that university