It was an amazing day to be an American on Saturday, December 21, 2017. People came out in the hundreds of thousands. It has been reported that there were a million people, not just women, in Washington D.C.
I got out of bed fairly early in the morning to try and make it to the meet up location earlier than most but I was so wrong on my timing. I got dressed headed to the metro stop and the subway was packed with people. I had to wait for a couple of trains before I could get on one. We were packed liked sardines in these train cars but not a single person complained, in fact, so many people had smiles on their faces, they knew they were going to be apart of something big, what they did not know was, they would be involved in what became the biggest protest in North-American History.
There were marches from all over the country, Los Angeles had around 750,000 people show up, Chicago, New York around 500,000, and there were many other marches from small US towns like Riverside, California to Paris France, New Zealand, and even Antartica got involved. It was truly a remarkable day to be a human being.
Here are some of the photos I took from the day in Washington D.C.