Thein the late morning of January 21 2017 has made history in the United States of America and around the world. Women in large numbers more than the attendance for Donald Trump’s inauguration came together to stand up against the president Trump administration.
The march saw more than 2 million people take to the streets to express their views and concerns in society. This one-day demonstration has started a widespread resistance to Donald Trump’s presidency.
To some, the march may not only be about president Donald Trump but their chance to also air out their issues concerning women’s reproductive rights, equal paying job opportunities and their opposition to the rollback of former President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Chicago saw a huge turn up at the women’s march as shown in the helicopter view below
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Washington also saw its share of protests and marches though the mood wasn’t as lit as Chicago. We aren’t sure on how this will affect the Trump administration but there also reports that the marches may have protesters who are still hurt by the loss of Hilary Clinton during the concluded presidential race.
The women’s march has drawn a lot of attention as many have taken this opportunity to present forward their different political priorities and agendas.
This tremendous event has definitely marked itself in the history books and we are yet to see how the actions of this day affect the future to come.
Allan Bangirana is a freelance writer for Newslibre & CEO of Innovware startup project. He is passionate about tech, games and entertainment. He also enjoys writing about anime and many other topics.