It was the morning after the new president’s inauguration. January 21, 2017. And it was the largest protest march in U.S. history – with estimates of over 4 million people marching in 600 places throughout the country and more in sister cities throughout the world. Primarily identified as a womens’ march, there were some men who were marching too – as advocates, feminists and fathers. Many of the women had children with them as did my own daughter in law, Alethea with my Grandson, Jack, just 3 years old.
All were united in protest and solidarity against the election of the 45th President of the United States.
- There Is So Much Wrong It Cannot Fit on This Sign
- I Can’t Believe I’m Still Protesting This Shit (an older woman carried this one)
- Sorry World, We’ll Fix This
- 1968 is Calling. Don’t Answer