The Sister Marches have been a huge success worldwide.
For a selection of images see this piece on Vox:
Women from across the country have converged on Washington, DC, on Saturday for a massive rally to protest Donald Trump’s election and promote women’s rights. At the same time, there have been rallies organized in major — and not so major — cities across the country.
Aerial photos and videos show massive crowds gathering all over the United States. Two of the biggest rallies so far have been in Boston and Chicago. There have also been sizable crowds in cities from Ithaca, New York, to Park City, Utah, where the Sundance Film Festival is taking place. Here’s a roundup of some of the dramatic aerial photographs. …
And of course Twitter…
Chicago March around 11:00 am CST pic.twitter.com/s9vcXCHUzH
— Stop Trump 🍷 (@StopTrump2020) January 21, 2017
A massive day in Washington, hundreds of thousands of women have turned out to send a message to President Trump. Unbelievable crowd. pic.twitter.com/D5qn2CRP0r
— rebeccawright (@rebeccawright) January 21, 2017
— nicoleee (@AllyXNormanii) January 21, 2017
— Rossalyn Warren (@RossalynWarren) January 21, 2017
Signs from women's marches around the world – in pictures https://t.co/3LnAIRpQxC
— Guardian World (@guardianworld) January 21, 2017
I'm not sure you understand how democracy works. https://t.co/h9tzz6apcl
— Russell Brown (@publicaddress) January 21, 2017
— Julie Anne Genter (@JulieAnneGenter) January 21, 2017