Women’s March Photo Series Includes Military Veterans

“This march is a show of strength,” says Air Force veteran Pam Campos

New York City – A new photography series profiling women who joining the upcoming Women’s March on Washington includes Jessica Allier-Lopez and Pam Campos. Ms. Campos — who served as a geopolitical Intelligence Analyst in the United States Air Force for 10 years — is leading a nationwide contingent of over 200 veterans from across the country to join the historic March which will occur on January 21st, the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration. The series also includes prominent political and civil rights leaders like Linda Sarsour, one of the four national chairs of the Women’s March.

The photo series was shot by Clayton Cubitt, an award-winning photographer and director, whose work has been feature d in international magazines, ad campaigns, and art museums, and whose online video art has been viewed more than 60 million times.

Pam Campos is available for media interviews.

“As an Air Force vet & proud daughter of a Honduran immigrant, like endless women before me, my life is anchored in service and fearlessness.” – Pam Campos, US Air Force Veteran

“As a woman I feel an obligation to be vocal about oppression, and to stand up for my rights and for the rights of others.” – Jessica Allier-Lopez, US Army Veteran

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