Hillary Rodham Clinton and photographer Kristen Blush view  The Revolution Is Female , a photography book by Kristen Blush. Photo by Nick Merrill, 2018.

Hillary Rodham Clinton and photographer Kristen Blush view The Revolution Is Female, a photography book by Kristen Blush. Photo by Nick Merrill, 2018.

A Historic Candidacy, A Popular Vote, And A Feminist Uprising:

The Revolution Is Female

Join Kristen Blush on this photographic journey:

The Revolution Is Female is a hardcover, 128 page photography book that celebrates Hillary Clinton’s historic candidacy, her enthusiastic supporters, a fierce feminist movement, and beyond. Through powerful imagery, The Revolution Is Female documents the profound influence that Hillary Clinton has had on our quest for an inclusive, feminist society, and marks a time in our American history that cannot be left behind.

The Revolution Is Female includes three chapters: I’m With Her, celebrating Hillary Clinton, her campaign, and her enthusiastic supporters, Resist, representing the fierce feminist movement that rose from the ashes of an illegitimate election, and Onward, marking our persistence and progress as resilient women in politics, healthcare, arts, finance, and beyond.

Blush included submissions and quotes from women in the movement, as well as an oil painting by artist, TL Duryea, from her daily political portrait project. The Revolution Is Female allowed Blush to travel by art car from Bisbee, Arizona, to Sonora, Mexico, where she photographed the children living near the border at Studio Mariposa, a grassroots art and music space created by artist, Gretchen Baer. She visited Washington, D.C. and Albany, New York, to photograph March For Our Lives and Planned Parenthood Day of Action, and was invited by Rebecca Brubaker to photograph her exclusive interview with Hillary Clinton for her documentary film, To All The Little Girls.

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 A behind the podium view of (left to right) New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, former U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords, Hillary Clinton, and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards at the "Get Out the Vote" rally in the Trianon Ballroom of the New York City Hilton.  New York, 2016

A behind the podium view of (left to right) New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, former U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords, Hillary Clinton, and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards at the "Get Out the Vote" rally in the Trianon Ballroom of the New York City Hilton. New York, 2016

 Susan McMillan and Ella Frederick raise a handmade sign above the crowd at the Women's March.  Washington, D.C. 2017

Susan McMillan and Ella Frederick raise a handmade sign above the crowd at the Women's March. Washington, D.C. 2017

 Hillary Rodham Clinton and photographer Kristen Blush pose with a copy of  The Revolution Is Female . Photo by Nick Merrill, 2018.

Hillary Rodham Clinton and photographer Kristen Blush pose with a copy of The Revolution Is Female. Photo by Nick Merrill, 2018.

 

Hillary lends her support:

Hillary Clinton enthusiastically supported The Revolution Is Female on February 11, 2018 during the early stage of the fundraising campaign. With two words, “Love this!”, she helped rally the support needed to publish The Revolution Is Female. The successful campaign raised more than double the original goal, which allowed Blush to add 56 pages to the book.

 
 Kindra Meyer rallies at the Javits Center on Election Day.  New York, 2016

Kindra Meyer rallies at the Javits Center on Election Day. New York, 2016