The Women’s March wasn’t just a push for diversity, unity and understanding. It was a way for progressives — alienated by the inauguration of President Donald Trump and the success of far-right movements around the world — to show they’re still moving forward through uncertainty and fear.
The Washington movement also sparked 673 “sister marches” in cities and countries around the world, from Chicago, Illinois to Jos, Nigeria and Moscow, Russia, and participants numbered in the millions.
To capture the Women’s March, Scopio, a team led by #WomenInTech, created a microsite with relevant hashtags and keywords related to the event. Brilliant results popped up on the page in real time over the weekend.
We’re proud to show some of the most poignant posters we saw at the Women’s March. Each photo was posted on Twitter or Instagram, showing the power social media sites to connect us all. Girl power!
1. The Women’s March was filled with prismatic color, but pink hues reigned supreme
2. Black and white snapshots conveyed the same passion, too
3. This clever sign raises a solid question
We also featured this snapshot by Instagrammer shoottofill as one of our photos of the day.
5. Quotes were popular, including this one from civil rights activists and scholar Angela Davis
6. Marchers demanded progress in place of regression
7. Protesters marched for many different reasons…
8. …But showed solidarity
9. Many marchers brought attention to environmental degradation and climate change
10. Many of the signs echoed slogans from the 2016 presidential election
11. Londoners had something to say to the USA
12. A fundamental truth
13. Some of the signs embodied themes of freedom, liberty and choice…
14. …While others were more direct
15. Thank you, marchers and supporters at home, for letting your voices be heard
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