Thank you for your interest in our project!

We were on the ground in multiple locations in the US and collected surveys from participants in the 2017 Women’s March on Washington and across the world. Our purpose is to understand what brings people to participate in a march of this scale, and at a critical historical juncture in our country’s political landscape. For the first phase, we  developed a survey about the motivations  and experiences that brought millions of people to the marches worldwide. For a second phase we conducted interviews with select participants who participated in the two prior surveys.

In 2019, we conducted conducting interviews with people of color who participated in the Women's Marches and other recent protest events.

Paid interviews with people of color - Women’s Marches OR other protests

Do you identify as a person of color? Want to share your thoughts on the Women’s marches or protest events you have attended?  Paid interviews with people of color who attended any of the Women’s Marches, or other major protest events in 2017, 2018, 2019. This includes the March for Black Women, March for Indigenous Women, March for Science, Day without Immigrants, and others you may have attended.


Interested? Take a brief eligibility survey here : (

 Principal Investigator, Zakiya Luna  IRB approval number: 3-18-0014. For more information on the Mobilizing Millions project visit the site or contact

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The UC Santa Barbara Human Subjects Review Board has deemed this project Exempt. The PROTOCOL NUMBER is 3-16-1098.

If you have any questions about this research project or if you think you may have been injured as a result of your participation, please contact the Principle Investigator, Zakiya Luna, (805) 893-2479, (805) 893-3324, you have any questions regarding your rights and participation as a research subject, please contact the Human Subjects Committee at (805) 893-3807 or Or write to the University of California, Human Subjects Committee, Office of Research, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2050.