100% of the royalties go to nonprofits affiliated with the march, according to the back. Not only that, some of the photographs are just wonderful. This was a march for women - and women feature most prominently. It was nice to see them at the forefront. Men are in the background, and there were a couple of photographs of men, one wearing the pink pussy hat. That being said, it's nice to see men supporting women, without insisting on the spotlight in this book. Not only women marched. As my sister pointed out, she was especially happy to see men of color in this book, because they are also being targeted by this presidency.
It's a fun book, and a good way to support the causes of the marches, especially for someone like me who has too much social anxiety to be in that much of a crowd. I was just starting to feel guilty for not supporting by being there, and I feel less so after knowing this book gives to the causes.
Want to know more about the causes this book supports? Find out here.
If you want to buy the book, you can do so at your local bookstore, from that page, or really anywhere. Also, I know it's not buying the book, but libraries. Just to get more information out and they have to buy the book in the first place, which gives the money to those charities.
I'll be doing a full review soon. Probably in the next week or so.