On the day after Tump’s Presidential Inauguration, hundreds of thousands of protesters marched through Washington D.C. from the National Mall to the White House. The march was protesting Trump and other Republicans’ records on women’s rights issues. The march was briefly stopped in front of the white house by Secret Service and police officers but continued throughout the city for a few more hours.
I have one more SD card of pictures left to edit, but I haven’t been able to get to it because of a broken card reader. I should have a new one this week, and I will do one more blog post of new photos from the whole time I was in D.C.
A protester holds a sign that resembles the Gadsen Flag to a window of a subway car on the way to the Women’s March on Washington.
Subway cars unloading protesters at the Archives stop near the National Mall in Washington D.C.
Protesters walk through the National Mall on the way to the rally before the march starts.
Sidewalks are crammed and impassable with protesters waiting for the Women’s March on Washington to start.
Protesters near the back of the rally watch speakers on a jumbotron before the march begins.
A woman holds signs that read “America Drunkenly Swiped Right” and “White Silence = Violence”.
A woman in a cat costume climbs a tree and holds a sign that reads “These Paws Have Claws”.
A protester in a Pikachu costume poses for pictures at the Women’s March on Washington.
A protester holds a sign that says “Thanks Trump You Turned Me Into An Activist”.
A protester leads chants from the stairs of the Department of Agriculture building as the Women’s March on Washington begins.
A woman dressed as the Statue of Liberty holds out her fist that says DEFY across her fingers.
Protesters pass through the National Mall as the march takes off toward the White House.
A large banner reads “This is What Resistance Looks Like” during the Women’s March on Washington.
A protester’s sign reads “The Time is Always Right to do the “Human Rights” Thing” as the march passes by the Washinton Monument.
A child climbs a tree to see over the crowd holding a sign that says “We Shall Overcomb!! Dump Trump!!”.
Protesters carry a banner that says “The Art of The Con” by Donald J. Trump reference Donald Trump’s book “The Art of the Deal”.
Protesters dressed up as Donald and Melania Trump pose for pictures with a girl holding a sign the says “The Future is Watching”.
A police officer tells protesters to turn around as the march reaches the White House.
Mounted police block access to the front of the White House after the Women’s March on Washington is stopped there.
A protester yells chants where the police have blocked the walkway that passes in front of the White House.
The Women’s March on Washington spills into the streets of Downtown Washington D.C. after passing the White House.
A protester reaches up to get the attention of a Trump supporter after a group stops in the Women’s March on Washington on the Trump Unity Bridge.
Police step in as protesters try to pull up one of the signs on the Trump Unity Bridge.
A woman gives a thumbs up to a jeers from protesters surrounding the Trumps Unity Bridge as police begin to escort it out of the area.
A protester gives the middle finger to the Trump Unity Bridge as police escort it away from protesters.
As police move some protesters follow the Trump supporters as they are escorted away from the march.
The hundreds of thousands of protesters from the Women’s March on Washington spill into the streets of Downtown Washington D.C.
Protesters hold up hand drawn cutouts of historical female icons of civil rights and women’s rights movements.
A protester holds a sign that says “I Stand With Refugees”.
A protester marches with a pro-Woe v. Wade sign with a drawn wire hanger and says “Never Again”.
A protester dressed as the Statue of Liberty marches through Downtown Washington D.C. with a sign that says “Trump: Divider in Chief”.
A protester marches through Downtown Washington D.C. with Black Lives Matter written on his face.
A protester holds up a sign that says “Lock Him Up” over a picture of Donald Trump’s face.
Protesters with handpainted canvas signs marching through D.C. for the Women’s March on Washington.
Protesters leave some of their signs at the Major General James B. McPherson statue in McPherson Square in Downtown Washington D.C. after the Women’s March on Washington ends.