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32 of the best protest signs from the Women’s March

Hell hath no fury like a woman with cardboard.

Feb 28, 2020, 5:11 pm*

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The Women’s March on Washington Saturday brought an estimated 500,000 people to D.C. to protest President Donald Trump

In the hours preceding the demonstration and march, flurries of pink pussy-hats and vibrant signs clogged the city’s subway system and flooded the National Mall. Painted and printed posters denounced the newly-inaugurated president and echoed the messages of female empowerment and equality that punctuated the 2016 presidential election.

From the artistic…

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To the comical…

Jessica Machado

Jaya Saxena

To the downright honest…

Jaya Saxena

Jessica Machado

Women’s March attendees expressed their sentiments toward the president in a variety of ways.

Jaya Saxena

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We couldn’t have crafted it better ourselves.

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*First Published: Jan 21, 2017, 11:29 am