Signs For The 2018 Women's March Prove The Movement Is Here To Stay

The movement continues to bring out thousands of protesters.

Last year, New York City saw hundreds of thousands of protesters spill into the streets of Manhattan for the Women’s March. In Washington, D.C., half a million came out. Across the country and world, women took a stand.

And they had some pretty great signs with them while doing it. This year was no different.

Since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, women proved they are a force to be reckoned with. Women came out in record numbers last year to both protest and run for office. And men in power have seen their worlds shattered by women fed up with their abuse.

But we don’t need to tell you that. We’ll let them:

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People gather prior to the second annual National Womens March in New York City.
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People take part in the Women's March in Manhattan in New York City.
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Women's March in New York City.
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A woman holds a poster as she attends the second annual National Womens March on January 20, 2018 in New York City.
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People take part in the Women's Marchin New York City.
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Woman holds sign at Women's March in New York City.
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Ron Booth is dressed as 'A Captain America' during the Denver's Women's March at the Civics Center Park.
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People participate in the Women's March in New York City.
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A girl holds a sign as she takes part in the Second Annual Women's March Chicago.
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A woman dressed as Lady Liberty displays a sign on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
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Women hold banners reading 'Alis Volat Propriis : She Flies With Her Own Wings.
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Protesters hold up signs near the White House after the Women's March on Washington.