On the National Mall, President Trump’s 100th day in office looked very similar to his first day, with thousands of people marching and protesting against his administration. An estimated 200,000 people attended the People’s Climate March today, with numerous sister marches occurring all over the US and abroad.
The scene was one of euphoria and resistance, as crowds marched by North Lawn of the White House:
A large quilt depicting different climate slogans.
One of the milder opinions regarding Administrator of the EPA Scott Pruitt.
Smash Mouth making an appearance.
The march was a display of intersectionality, featuring contingents from just about every social group or identity, highlighting the fact that climate change affects all of humanity, no matter who they are.
Global as well as local climate issues were featured.
Many people who came out work in environmental protection, such as this gentleman.
fYour correspondent was there too, reminding people about coral bleaching.
Born in Bulgaria and raised in DC, Jossif Ezekilov is a gender and foreign policy expert and Rantt Contributor. Jossif works across a variety of fields - including international development, public health, gender policy, and journalism - and analyzes complex issues that impact the world's most vulnerable people. He also writes on a variety of issues, including, foreign affairs, civil rights, US politics, countering disinformation.