Brent (@heybrentlove)

Walking around D.C. yesterday was just as affirming as the march itself. Signs left everywhere, public art putting a hand on our shoulder saying, "Don't forget the day you stood with millions to rise up, to say with so many voices that we will take care of each other." Signs on every monument, from my first steps from the house til my return. I will never forget the display at the #Newseum, the front page of papers from each of the 50 states. I saw only one without the march as front page news. We were heard. -
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#dc #womensmarch #standtogether #hope #dothedoable #photography #travelphotography #travel #ontheroad #wanderlust #women #washingtondc

Blair Cuny (@blairprophett)

I am so thankful for this weekend, and for the right as an American to have the freedom to express my beliefs. Marching on Washington with 3 generations of my family and hundreds of thousands other women was beyond incredible. #firstamendment #cantstopwintstop #thisishwhatdemocracylookslike #whyImarch #womensmarchonwashington

Lynaya Darcy (@lynaya.darcy)

It's hard to summarize the last 3 days in a post. We spent today at the Newseum(history of news and journalism) and the Native American Museum(I sure hope I don't have to explain that one). It reiterated why we marched, and how important public protesting is, how it has positively affected this country for generations. I am so proud of everyone that joined together around the world in protest, even those supporters that weren't there in person, your positivity was felt. For those confused by the meaning of the march, I urge you to ask a friend that went. Go grab coffee and have a real discussion about it. It's easy to post rants and call people idiots, something I'm guilty of also(to be honest I just did it like an hour ago). But if we want to understand each other we need to talk to each other. This weekend was a call to action, and that message was heard! Talk to each other, use your platforms to tell your story, and listen to each other. The beast is stirring, and she's one wild fierce group of feminists.
#womensmarchonwashington #washingtondc #whyimarch #pussypower #womensmarchonwashington #newseum #powertothepeople

Mary Walrath (@mary_walrath)

Both because I regret that I wasn't able to be in D.C. this past weekend and that I feel it's important to remember how vital journalists are to a free democracy. Part of the Journalist Memorial wall in the Newseum which commemorates journalists who have died in the line of duty. #newseum #washingtondc #journalistmemorial #journalism

🕯️ (@ben.berman)

{HerFuture} January 21, 2016
📍Pennsylvania Ave, Washington DC
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#womensmarch #womensmarchdc #protest #washingtondc #dc #quiet #march #trump #rally #newseum #newspapers #youth #kids #trumpera #womensmarchonwashington
I noticed this small girl looking at the newspapers in front of the Newseum. Of course they we're all about Trump, and the way that she stared at the newspapers caught my eye. Trumps presidency might be a defining factor in the rest of her life.

Roxsana Kladis (@laroxy88)

Getting ready to exercise our amendment rights of freedom of drinking a lot of red wine #newseum #knowyourrights #firstamendment #donttelmehowtolivemylife

Jerry Strickland (@jerrystrickland512)

Trip down memory lane today of stories I covered as a tv news reporter/anchor and the events I've been on the front lines of in government. Good to see a nod to my boss @governorabbott in the Freedom of Religion section. #newseum

(@jggriggy)

Look who got a pink pussy hat @ #newseum #womensmarchonwashington

Dominique C.Spann (@dspann23)

3 images of many @ the #newseum that I will not forget #newseum #courage #journalism

Dominique C.Spann (@dspann23)

#Newseum is worth the visit... Fascinating to see people moved to tears by photography. And that 9/11 section did me in, so powerful...#newseum #bestof #journalism
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