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Solidarity—Plus 10 Other Reasons Women Showed Up to March


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Solidarity—Plus 10 Other Reasons Women Showed Up to March

Hannah Norman

An ocean of hand crafted signs and pink knitted hats flooded the capital a day after Donald Trump took office. Officials estimated over 500,000 marchers in Washington, D.C. Thousands of others took to city streets across the country and abroad as a show of solidarity against the new president’s agenda, which has been marked by misogyny and racism.


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... and good humor. I'm so proud of the sisterhood (and our children).


#3

Millions of clothed strong women will surely scare the piss out of The Ridiculously Unpopular Misogynistic Pretender.
Let's all watch.


#4

Hannah, or anyone else. Is there a web site folks can go to for finding local organized efforts connected with this obviously & rapidly metastasising movement? It would be grand to see something like this in an article about this movement. Thanks.


#5

Here's a follow-up site:


#6

Where are the marchers going?


#7

Hannah or anyone else, Those pink knitted 'Pussy Hats' are so cute. Anyone know of someone selling them. I would proudly wear one in solidarity with all my sisters.


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I believe there was a pattern published and people made their own. There are many patterns out for the basic shape.

My favorite photo so far is of 2 Portland policemen wearing them.


#9

Indeed. Thanks.


#10

DJT doesn't listen to any march or protest. I marched in Chicago during my lunch hour for ERA--then came RR and it was never ratified. I am not giving up--I'm just afraid our alternative against the crazies is guns--I don't own one. I will still march and try--what else can we do? The Tea party is trying to take over our school district in ABQ in a couple weeks, so I will vote and talk to people,