There were hundreds of thousands of stories behind the Women’s March on Washington.
Over 500,000 people converged in the Capitol for Women’s March, several came from Idaho to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Illinois women marched through the nation’s capital Saturday, many of them wearing pink hats to speak out for women’s rights one day after the inauguration of Donald Trump.
Women from Washington state traveled made the long journey to be a part of the Women’s March.
“This election struck such a cord,” said Valerie Fisher, a therapist who treats violent sex offenders. “I have spent the last 21 years addressing men with a sense of entitlement. I don’t want our culture to give a pass to what I’ve been dedicating my life to.”
A group of about 30 Mississippians who fear for women’s equality and America’s independence from foreign influence joined the sea of women in pink hats Saturday as they carried signs reading “Stop Bigotry” and “Don’t Tell Us to Smile” at the Women’s March.
Hundreds of protesters entered into a standoff with Secret Service officers near the White House today, but none were arrested.
About 100 young people want to launch a new era of activism against threats to civil rights and voting rights. On Saturday started off by gathering at the downtown Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church to attend the People’s Inauguration, hosted by the NAACP Youth and College division.
Teachers and parents protested Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos while waiting for the Women’s March on Washington to begin.
Bikers for Trump made its way to the nation’s capital to witness the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States.
WASHINGTON — Wegeng mad a mission at the inauguration – to spread the word that technology can reduce greenhouse gas emissions now and the government can make it happen. Another resident of Washington state, Dennis Piatek, wants President Donald Trump to move faster to build a wall along the Southern border of the U.S.
Hundreds of protesters clashed with police and set a limousine on fire Friday evening on the street off Franklin Square, a few blocks from the White House, amid shouted demands that President Donald Trump to be impeached.