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In Washington, women march against Trump as election looms

Jan 19, 2020 - 9:19 AM

The protesters of the annual Women's March strike a defiant note despite dwindling attendance numbers since 2017

MARCH AGAINST TRUMP. Demonstrators gather for the 4th annual Women's March in Washington, DC, on January 18, 2020. Photo by Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP

Women's March in the U.S. wants to maintain momentum despite rifts

Jan 18, 2019 - 11:33 PM

With controversies at the heart of the movement, there is one big question – how many people will answer the call for a #WomensWave?

Sharon Lin, 40, a doctor and mother of two who recently moved from California to New York, prepares a sign for the Women's March in New York at a workshop organized at a New York Public Library, with her son Hudson, 8, on January 15, 2019 in New York. As organizers of the Women's March gear up for their third major day of protest on January 20, 2019 across the United States, there is one big question -- how many people will answer the call for a #WomensWave? Two New Yorkers, who attended a sign-making workshop ahead of the big rally, talked to AFP about why they are marching again this year, despite controversies at the heart of the movement.  Catherine TRIOMPHE / AFP

Protestors flock in droves to anti-Trump Women's Marches

Jan 21, 2018 - 7:42 AM

Protestors took to the streets en masse across the United States for a second Women's March opposing the president – one year to the day of his inauguration

RESISTANCE. Protesters, part of a 500,000 strong crowd, attend the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018. Mark Ralston/AFP