The Other Signs Part One

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Ted Eytan

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Photo by PoPville flickr user bajidc

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Ted Eytan

More after the jump.

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Photo by Moon & Taylor

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Photo by La Frittata

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Ted Eytan

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Millie

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“my 6 yr olds protest wings” from Sarah

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Photo by Sarah Johnis

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Photo by Louis

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Photos by Louis

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Photo by Louis

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Ed. Note: Louis writes, “Whatever” was next to these guys:

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3 Comment

  • Just got back – an amazing event. I’ve been to 40+ years of all the good marches/rallies, and this was tops. There were almost no (visible) police officers, and no co-coordinators to direct the unexpectedly enormous crowd, but everyone just flowed and figured it out and went along with love and patience and tremendous energy (and loads of really creative signs!) Of course there will be dueling estimates about the size of the crowd, but half a million would not be unreasonable.

    • Agreed. Completely amazing, so many super nice people, so many patient drivers that cheered for us as the crowds veered beyond the march route. This will be one for the history books.

  • Thank you for standing up for our nation. I’m overseas for work, but my wife and friends and family marched.

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