How It Started

WOMEN’S MARCH IN WASHINGTON D.C.

I went to D.C. and I marched. Now that I’m back in Portland, I’ve pledged to stay active in the fight for social and racial equity. As a graphic designer, an Asian American and a daughter of an immigrant, I asked myself “what more can I do to contribute to this historical movement?” Inspired by the call to action from Women’s March speakers, I created ReSISTA Kats to pay tribute to the loud and proud women who showed up in D.C. and around the world — and to serve as a reminder that there is much more work to be done. I hope this motivates you to stay united, get involved and to find your inner activist.