Women's March Tricia Wood

January 21, 2017

Rich Daughterty, 75 1/2-years-old, attends the 2017 Women's March in Washington D.C., in solidarity of his grandchildren and children throughout the United States afraid of negative consequences during Donald Trump's Presidency
While marching along with the Women's March crowd, an eager attendee holds up her sign and smiles for the camera
Attendees of Washington D.C.,'s 2017 Women's March enthusiastically make their way along Independence and 3rd
One of many signs seen at Washington D.C.,'s 2017 Women's March, in tribute to Hilary Clinton, the Democratic candidate who had run against Donald Trump for Presidency
Attendees of Washington D.C.,'s 2017 Women's March make their way along Independence and 3rd
Statues of The Garfield Monument become a part of Washington D.C.,'s 2017 Women's March with assorted "Pussy Hats," and signs
An open letter to all women, in regards to beauty and intelligence, found posted outside amongst signs and notes left along the front of President Trump's "Trump Tower," located in Washington D.C., during the 2017 Women's March
Washington D.C., Women's March attendee holds up a cartoon-face of the Joker crafted with features similar to President Trump
During 2017's Women's March, in Washington D.C., attendees leave signs along the front sidewalk of President Trump's "Trump Tower"

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