Scenes from the incredible Women’s March

At least 50,000 strong, San Franciscans take to the streets to protest Trump and his policies.

Tens of thousands of women took to the streets of San Francisco on Saturday, January 20, to protest the Trump administration and encourage voters to take to the polls in this year’s elections. 48 Hills reporters Sana Saleem and Tim Redmond reported live on our Twitter feed: Here’s a selection of our favorite photos.   

Maelle, Sup. Hillary Ronen’s daughter, tells the crowd that “Donald Trump needs a very long time out” as Sup. Sandra Lee Fewer watches
The young and the experienced join in denouncing Trump
At least 50,000 people, probably many more, were at the march
Rhonda Smith, from the Sf Right to Counsel Committee, says “tenants rights are women’s rights.”
Jone Fornier and Jamie Sutton have a message for 45
Elizabeth Asdorian and her daughter, Takouhi Asdorian, are rallying against racist policies. “I’m here to let all women and young girls know that they’re not alone, that they’ve power and that we stand together in this world,” Takouhi said
The force was with this march
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