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PHOTOS: Here are some of our favorite signs from the Women's March on Washington

A protester holding a placard during the Women's March in Washington DC.

A protester holding a placard during the Women's March in Washington DC.

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Maria Murriel/PRI

There was a large and diverse crowd protesting the new Trump administration on Saturday during the Women's March in Washington, DC. And it wasn't just in Washington, protesters took to the streets leading like-minded marches in cities all over the globe.

Reporters Maria Murriel and Isis Madrid from our Across Women's Lives initiative traveled to Washington and posted what they saw on our AWL instagram.

Here are some of the placards you might have missed. Be sure to follow AWL on Instagram for the latest.

 

 

#WomensMarchOnWashington

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#WomensMarchOnWashington

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Women of color making their voices heard at the #WomensMarchOnWashington.

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Marching for their indigenous ancestors. #WomensMarchOnWashington

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A little @unbreakablekimmyschmidt out in front of the White House yesterday. #WomensMarchOnWashington

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#WomensMarchOnWashington

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Dressed as the mythical fierce woman Medusa, this marcher calls on people to #petrifythepatriarchy. #WomensMarchOnWashington

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Demanding reproductive freedom by the Washington monument. #WomensMarchOnWashington

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HI->DC #WomensMarchOnWashington

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Support for DREAMers + protest of voter suppression, side by side at the #WomensMarchOnWashington.

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Sign reads: "Respect my existence or expect resistance." #WomensMarchOnWashington

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Passing under the Knapp Memorial arch. #WomensMarchOnWashington

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#WomensMarchOnWashington

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