Boston Women’s March Photo Gallery
On Saturday, January 21, the city of Boston held a Women’s March, sister to that held in Washington D.C.
On Saturday, January 21, the day following President Trump’s inauguration, hundreds of cities around the world marched in solidarity to voice their fears surrounding the newly inaugurated Trump administration. The city of Boston, as well as other cities not only in the United States but around the world, held Women’s March being sister marches to the original planned march in Washington D.C. Not only were the rights of women a topic of solidarity, but also the rights of minorities and the LGBTQ+ community as well. Protestors of all ages were in attendance at the Boston Women’s March, ranging from baby, toddler, all the way up to senior. Many of these protestors yielded political signs displaying their fears over the new administration, littering the crowd with thousands of different signage. The city of Boston alone is estimated to have reached an attendance of over 200,000 protestors according to local and national sources.