Women’s March on Washington : Signs

Womens March Washington 1 560x280Today, Millions of people around the world gathered in over 500 cities to march in opposition to Donald Trump. While the event was named the Women’s March, it welcomed Men and children, and it had one unifying theme, resisting Donald Trump and his agenda. So many people protested, that is now qualifies as the largest protest in American history.

Womens March Washington 3 560x280We were proud to participate in the flagship event, the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., with a crowd that far exceeded the Inaugural crowd from the day before. There were definitely some logistical issues, due to the massive crowd of over 500,000 showing up, when organizers were expecting much less. Overall though, the event was amazing, and the tone and atmosphere was very welcoming and peaceful.

Womens March Washington 2 560x280Like any large Rally or Protest, the Women’s March on Washington featured some amazing signs. Despite what Trump, the GOP, and Fox News would like you to believe, the protesters were not paid, and their signs were almost entirely hand-made. This wasn’t some Soros backed conspiracy, Millions of people actually despise Donald Trump. We are the majority, and we will not be silent. We will resist. Check out 40 photos we took of signs representative of the event. They range from poignant and inspirational to sarcastic and insulting. We wouldn’t have it any other way.

Philip Van der Vossen

Editor at Gunaxin
Philip Van der Vossen is the Editor of Gunaxin, a Men's Lifestyle Magazine that was established in 2008. Philip also created and hosts the Trail Trek Tour, a traveling series of off-road events for automotive media.

Additionally, Philip has served as Rally Director for the Washington Automotive Press Association, Speaker at IMPAcon and Blogs with Balls, Chairman of the Relay For Life of North Anne Arundel County, Examiner Team Leader for the Maryland Performance Excellence Awards, and Credentialed Founder of Capitals Outsider.

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