Best protest signs from the 2018 Women's March

Ceria Alfonso
Enero 22, 2018

The earliest was at 10 Oakland with San Jose following suit at 11 a.m. and San Francisco's march starting at 2 p.m. starting at the Embarcadero. At the time of publication, an exact count isn't yet known, but at least 85,000 marchers had been confirmed with the exact count expected to increase, according to ABC 7. The photo gallery above has some of the more clever messages.

The second annual Women's march came just 12 hours after the USA government shut down and on the day exactly one year after Trump's inauguration.

Over 200,000 people took to the streets of New York City yesterday afternoon for the second annual Women's March, all expressing their disgust with President Trump, sexual predators, wage inequality, the GOP, racists, guns, capitalism, lack of health care, attacks on abortion rights... a whole litany of the evils that seem to dominate the American landscape these days.

Couldn't make it to the 2018 Women's March?

People put feet to pavement for the second annual Women's March on New York City on January 20, 2018, which started with a late-morning rally in Central Park. They estimated some 300,000 attended Saturday's rally and march in downtown Chicago, exceeding last year's attendance. Gov. Cuom, Mayor de Blasio, and others also attended.

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People walk down Sixth Avenue as they participate in the Women's March in New York City.

The event, dubbed March to the Polls, was held in solidarity this weekend with hundreds of similar marches in Washington D.C. and across the globe that are projected to draw millions.

GettyPeople gather near Central Park before the beginning of the Women's March.

Texas Handmaids at the women's march to the Texas State Capitol in Austin.

GettyPeople take part in the Womens March on New York City on January 20, 2018 in New York City.

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