12 Must-See Signs From Women’s Marches Across the Country
by Adrienne Lowry
January 23, 2017
The sign game at the Women’s March came out strong. Tens of thousands of signs were lifted up in solidarity and protest. Here are a few of our favorites.
This weekend, millions of people across the country came together to stand up against hate and stand up for equality. What began as a Women’s March on Washington spread to cities across the world. From Los Angeles to Paris to even Antarctica, these record breaking numbers remind us of how strong people power can truly be.
While we have a tough fight ahead of us, the March was a much needed sign that millions of people across the country are ready to stand and fight for justice. Greenpeace volunteers were among them, marching in sister Marches across the country, to fight for women’s rights and protect all communities from environmental injustice.
The March saw so many important causes coming together. People came in solidarity for women, but they also proved once again that these fights are not isolated. You could see just by looking at the signs being waved in the crowd – our fights are tied together and this movement is intersectional.
The sign game at the Women’s March came out strong. Tens of thousands of signs were lifted up in solidarity and protest. Here are a few of our favorites:
— Johanna Fuentes (@jfuentes) January 21, 2017
— Alyssa Holden (@_alyssaholden) January 21, 2017
— Barbt (@BarbCTaylor) January 21, 2017
— Susan Kaufman (@skaufman4050) January 21, 2017
— Amanda Jackson (@AmandaJ_TX) January 21, 2017
— NikkiDallasMultipass (@foiltheplot) January 21, 2017
National Mall. pic.twitter.com/v4sb4lpnqS
— Josh Robin (@joshrobin) January 21, 2017
— ACLU National (@ACLU) January 21, 2017
— Mollie Bloudoff-Inde (@mbloudoff) January 21, 2017
— terfle (@terfle) January 21, 2017
— CTStudentsforaDream (@CT4aDREAM) January 21, 2017
— Greenpeace USA (@greenpeaceusa) January 22, 2017
Women have been at the forefront of this fight for years– every day, women are standing up in their communities and fighting to protect them from climate change. This March was just the beginning of us coming together to build an intersectional movement against hate and the dangerous rhetoric and policies of the new administration. Now it’s time to take the power of that march and turn it into action.
Are you ready to resist?