PHOTOS: The Women’s March Took The Country — And The World — By Storm

Democracy at its finest

Demonstrators attend the Women’s March on Washington near the White House. Jan. 21, 2017 (AP Photo/Sait Serkan Gurbuz)

Demonstrators attend the Women’s March on Washington near the White House. Jan. 21, 2017 (AP Photo/Sait Serkan Gurbuz)

The Women’s March was one of the largest demonstrations in U.S. history. Over 500,000 people gathered in Washington, DC to protest President Trump and proudly proclaim that their rights would not be infringed upon. Over half a million more demonstrated in states across the U.S. and people around the world marched in solidarity with Americans. There were about 600 marches around the globe, adding up to well over a million people marching. Here’s a look at this powerful display of resistance:

Marches in the U.S.

Washington, D.C.

Anchorage, Alaska

Photo courtesy Mallory Raymore

Photo courtesy Mallory Raymore

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Denver, Colorado

Key West, Florida

Photo courtesy Jessy Archer

Photo courtesy Jessy Archer

Boise, Idaho

Chicago, Illinois

Topeka, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas

Boston, Massachusetts

St. Louis, Missouri

Omaha, Nebraska

New York, New York

Seneca Falls, New York

Raleigh, North Carolina

Bismarck, North Dakota

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Austin, Texas

Photo courtesy Kate Calkins

Photo courtesy Kate Calkins

Park City, Utah

Seattle, Washington

International Marches

Antartica

Sydney, Australia

Photo courtesy Laila Kaiser

Photo courtesy Laila Kaiser

Vienna, Austria

Photo courtesy Vera Maria Budway‎

Photo courtesy Vera Maria Budway‎

Ottawa, Canada

Photo courtesy Kara Houston

Photo courtesy Kara Houston

Toronto, Canada

Photo courtesy Miriam Porter

Photo courtesy Miriam Porter

London, England

Paris, France

Photo courtesy Bérangère McNeese

Photo courtesy Bérangère McNeese

Berlin, Germany

Photo courtesy Zora del Buono

Photo courtesy Zora del Buono

Munich, Germany

Photo courtesy Heather Duttweiler

Photo courtesy Heather Duttweiler

Dublin, Ireland

Photo courtesy Shannon Mahoney

Photo courtesy Shannon Mahoney

Florence, Italy

Milan, Italy

Photo Courtesy Tizzy Beck

Photo Courtesy Tizzy Beck

Nairobi, Kenya

Photo Courtesy Charlotte Callari Hallengren

Photo Courtesy Charlotte Callari Hallengren

Riga, Latvia

Photo courtesy Alanna

Photo courtesy Alanna

Photo courtesy Alanna

Photo courtesy Alanna

Lilongwe, Malawi

Photo courtesy Anya Russom‎

Photo courtesy Anya Russom‎

Mexico City, Mexico

Photo courtesy Jennifer Joyce

Photo courtesy Jennifer Joyce

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Photo courtesy Jack Phelps Hassinger

Photo courtesy Jack Phelps Hassinger

Edinburgh, Scotland

Photo Courtesy Charlotte Joss

Photo Courtesy Charlotte Joss

Barcelona, Spain

Photo courtesy Leslie Harris

Photo courtesy Leslie Harris

Arua, West Nile, Uganda

Photo courtesy Casey Jones, a nursing instructor in Arua, which in Lugbara, from the slave trading days means prison

Photo courtesy Casey Jones, a nursing instructor in Arua, which in Lugbara, from the slave trading days means prison

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