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The first Women's March on Washington took place on 1/21/2017 & while its epicenter was Washington DC, protests occurred all over the world. Organizers affirmed that all issues are women's issues & there were signs related to the women's rights, immigration, healthcare, the environment, among other issues. One common theme uniting protesters was disdain for newly elected POTUS Donald Trump. An estimated 440k to 500k people marched in Washington, but nearly five million marched worldwide.

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"Missing: Murdered Indian Women #MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women)," Two protesters (Heather Kae on left) stand with placards at a rally sponsored by Indivisible Morongo Basin; the Women's March, January 20, 2018 - Yucca Valley, California. Photo credit: Does anyone know who took this picture?

"Missing: Murdered Indian Women #MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women)," Two protesters (Heather Kae on left) stand with placards at a rally sponsored by Indivisible Morongo Basin; the Women's March, January 20, 2018 - Yucca Valley, California. Photo credit: Does anyone know who took this picture?

"Feminism without Intersectionality is just white supremacy," Intersectionality #WomensMarch2018   Photo credit: @femalecollective

"Feminism without Intersectionality is just white supremacy," Intersectionality #WomensMarch2018 Photo credit: @femalecollective

"Resister," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

"Resister," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

"If this March is about accountability, 57% of white women voted for misogyny" - Jordan, 23, is from Atlanta and she has a message, January 20, 2018. #WomensMarch2018  Photo credit: Philip Lewis

"If this March is about accountability, 57% of white women voted for misogyny" - Jordan, 23, is from Atlanta and she has a message, January 20, 2018. #WomensMarch2018 Photo credit: Philip Lewis

"As for my girls, I'll raise them to think they breathe fire" - Rūnuku Rūrangi stands with a raised fist at the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @stell_art_not_war

"As for my girls, I'll raise them to think they breathe fire" - Rūnuku Rūrangi stands with a raised fist at the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @stell_art_not_war

"When injustice become law, resistance becomes duty, #WhyIMarch," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @glamourmag — in Chicago, Illinois.

"When injustice become law, resistance becomes duty, #WhyIMarch," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @glamourmag — in Chicago, Illinois.

"Trump is a symptom of capitalism," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @MMFlint — in Santa Barbara, California.

"Trump is a symptom of capitalism," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @MMFlint — in Santa Barbara, California.

"Men: We must do better," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @feministabulous — in New York, New York.

"Men: We must do better," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @feministabulous — in New York, New York.

[Hitler]: "Lugenpresse" (Lying Press) [Trump]: "Fake News," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

[Hitler]: "Lugenpresse" (Lying Press) [Trump]: "Fake News," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

"Reminder: Black Women Saved Alabama," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @blkgirlculture

"Reminder: Black Women Saved Alabama," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @blkgirlculture

"Please not the lack of Nazis at our marches," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @JaimePrimak — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"Please not the lack of Nazis at our marches," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @JaimePrimak — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"GOP cares about fetuses until they become women," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @B52Malmet — in New York, New York.

"GOP cares about fetuses until they become women," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @B52Malmet — in New York, New York.

"I do NOT like you in my land I do NOT like your little hand I do NOT like your stupid mind I do NOT like your Nazi kind I do NOT like you with a NUKE I do NOT like your Twitter puke I do NOT like you Trumpy, and most can tell your and Putin should share a cell. But soon we'll give a joyous shout When WOMEN vote your FAT ass OUT," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @celly_app — in Seattle, Washington.

"I do NOT like you in my land I do NOT like your little hand I do NOT like your stupid mind I do NOT like your Nazi kind I do NOT like you with a NUKE I do NOT like your Twitter puke I do NOT like you Trumpy, and most can tell your and Putin should share a cell. But soon we'll give a joyous shout When WOMEN vote your FAT ass OUT," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @celly_app — in Seattle, Washington.

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The organizers of the Women’s March, from left to right: Tamika D Mallory (b. 1980), Bob Bland (b. 1982), Carmen Perez (b. 1977) and Linda Sarsour (b. 1980).  Photo credit: Jody Rogac

The organizers of the Women’s March, from left to right: Tamika D Mallory (b. 1980), Bob Bland (b. 1982), Carmen Perez (b. 1977) and Linda Sarsour (b. 1980). Photo credit: Jody Rogac

"Disabled Women Matter" "They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds," at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017.  Photo credit: @Kristin_Duquette, on Instagram — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"Disabled Women Matter" "They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds," at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017. Photo credit: @Kristin_Duquette, on Instagram — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"Missing: Murdered Indian Women #MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women)," Two protesters (Heather Kae on left) stand with placards at a rally sponsored by Indivisible Morongo Basin; the Women's March, January 20, 2018 - Yucca Valley, California. Photo credit: Does anyone know who took this picture?

"Missing: Murdered Indian Women #MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women)," Two protesters (Heather Kae on left) stand with placards at a rally sponsored by Indivisible Morongo Basin; the Women's March, January 20, 2018 - Yucca Valley, California. Photo credit: Does anyone know who took this picture?

"#WhyWeMarch Women's Rights" - Protestors gather at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017.  Photo credit: Fight Back! News — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"#WhyWeMarch Women's Rights" - Protestors gather at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017. Photo credit: Fight Back! News — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"White women - We need to look in the mirror and ask ourselves if we're doing enough to help all our sisters or just the ones who look like us," January 21, 2017.  Photo credit: @yeahmorgs

"White women - We need to look in the mirror and ask ourselves if we're doing enough to help all our sisters or just the ones who look like us," January 21, 2017. Photo credit: @yeahmorgs

"Feminism without Intersectionality is just white supremacy," Intersectionality #WomensMarch2018   Photo credit: @femalecollective

"Feminism without Intersectionality is just white supremacy," Intersectionality #WomensMarch2018 Photo credit: @femalecollective

"Resister," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

"Resister," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

"If this March is about accountability, 57% of white women voted for misogyny" - Jordan, 23, is from Atlanta and she has a message, January 20, 2018. #WomensMarch2018  Photo credit: Philip Lewis

"If this March is about accountability, 57% of white women voted for misogyny" - Jordan, 23, is from Atlanta and she has a message, January 20, 2018. #WomensMarch2018 Photo credit: Philip Lewis

"As for my girls, I'll raise them to think they breathe fire" - Rūnuku Rūrangi stands with a raised fist at the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @stell_art_not_war

"As for my girls, I'll raise them to think they breathe fire" - Rūnuku Rūrangi stands with a raised fist at the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @stell_art_not_war

"When injustice become law, resistance becomes duty, #WhyIMarch," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @glamourmag — in Chicago, Illinois.

"When injustice become law, resistance becomes duty, #WhyIMarch," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @glamourmag — in Chicago, Illinois.

"Trump is a symptom of capitalism," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @MMFlint — in Santa Barbara, California.

"Trump is a symptom of capitalism," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @MMFlint — in Santa Barbara, California.

"Men: We must do better," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @feministabulous — in New York, New York.

"Men: We must do better," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @feministabulous — in New York, New York.

[Hitler]: "Lugenpresse" (Lying Press) [Trump]: "Fake News," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

[Hitler]: "Lugenpresse" (Lying Press) [Trump]: "Fake News," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: The Huffington Post / Getty — in New York, New York.

"Reminder: Black Women Saved Alabama," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @blkgirlculture

"Reminder: Black Women Saved Alabama," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @blkgirlculture

"Please not the lack of Nazis at our marches," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @JaimePrimak — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"Please not the lack of Nazis at our marches," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @JaimePrimak — in Washington, District of Columbia.

"GOP cares about fetuses until they become women," the Women's March, January 20, 2018.  Photo credit: @B52Malmet — in New York, New York.

"GOP cares about fetuses until they become women," the Women's March, January 20, 2018. Photo credit: @B52Malmet — in New York, New York.

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