Women's March on Washington January 20, 2017

On January 21st, 2017, the day after Donald Trump's inauguration, an estimated 4,956,422 people worldwide took to the streets of Washington, DC, all 50 states, and several international countries including Australia, Greece, and France. The march was formed around one common mission, to fight back against the threatening rhetoric of the past election cycle.

Members of The National Guard helping direct the early morning traffic in Washington, DC, before the start of the march.

People gathering on the lawn in front of the Capitol Building preparing for the rally before the march.

Crowd growing rapidly, 30 minutes before the start of the rally scheduled to begin at 10am.

DC police helping with preparations the morning of the rally.

Marchers gathering at the intersection of Independence Ave. and 3rd St. SW to listen to the speakers during the rally.

Signs held at the march ranged from serious, to sarcastic, to humorous.

People of all ages, races, genders, and abilities came to the march to voice their concerns.

Metro around 2pm. Approximately 1,001,613 metro trips were made throughout the whole day, January 20, 2017.

Marchers gathering on Independence Ave.

Members of the National Guard assisting with crowd control.

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