It was epic, it was sweeping, it was historic, and it helped millions of men, women, and children around the world get over the worst election in American history.
Will it change the fact that Donald Trump is President? No. Will it send a message to conservatives that we will not sit down and shut up and let them run the show? Yes! So at least there is hope that someone is paying attention.
From New York Mag: "Don't Let Anybody Tell You the Marches Didn't Matter
It matters that Trump drew a sparse crowd to inaugural festivities that he had billed beforehand as a historic, Jacksonian uprising of The People. And it matters much more that millions of Americans came out on a Saturday to register their protest. It is not only catharsis, though catharsis is better than depression. The message has been heard by the political class, Republican and Democratic alike.
Yesterday Metro set the record for the 2nd busiest day in history with 1,001,613 trips. Obama's inauguration was 1st with 1.1 million trips. pic.twitter.com/mergUMQxuP— DC Maryland Virginia (@DMVFollowers) January 22, 2017
Women's March on Everywhere—fantastic images from across the nation https://t.co/PKUuP47EHA— philip harris (@pharris830) January 21, 2017
At DC Womens march pic.twitter.com/jGMVYqQNnd— Steve Lopez LA Times (@LATstevelopez) January 22, 2017
the british womens march signs are definitely my favourite pic.twitter.com/ToXGmadxbB— cec (@ronaIdbilius) January 21, 2017
Denver's women's march is on the move. pic.twitter.com/IZEBQSxvVS— Noelle Phillips (@Noelle_Phillips) January 21, 2017
Memphis Y'all pic.twitter.com/FYsuBM4jYY— Cheri DelBrocco (@cdelbrocco) January 21, 2017