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PHOTO GALLERY : Massive marches in US against Trump on 1st anniversary of Women's March




Actress Viola Davis speaks to the 500,000 strong crowd during the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March, when millions marched around the world to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018

Actress Scarlett Johansson speaks to the 500,000 strong crowd during the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March, when millions marched around the world to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018.

Activists burn a pinata resembling U.S. President Donald Trump as they mark one year anniversary of Trump's inauguration with a protest outside the U.S embassy in Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 2018.

Activists burn a pinata resembling U.S. President Donald Trump as they mark one year anniversary of Trump's inauguration with a protest outside the U.S embassy in Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 2018.

Activists hold a pinata resembling U.S. President Donald Trump as they mark one year anniversary of Trump's inauguration with a protest outside the U.S embassy in Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 2018

An activist lights on a pinata resembling U.S. President Donald Trump as they mark one year anniversary of Trump's inauguration with a protest outside the U.S embassy in Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 2018.

Activists hold a pinata resembling U.S. President Donald Trump as they mark one year anniversary of Trump inauguration with a protest outside the U.S embassy in Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 2018.

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.
Protestors took to the streets en masse across the United States Saturday, hoisting anti-Donald Trump placards, banging drums and donning pink hats for a second Women's March opposing the president -- one year to the day of his inauguration. Hundreds of thousands of marchers assembled in Washington, New York, Chicago, Denver, Boston, Los Angeles and other cities nationwide, many donning the famous pink knit -- a reference to Trump's videotaped boasts of his license to grope women without repercussions.

Protesters, part of a 500,000 strong crowd, during the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March, when millions marched around the world to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018

A woman shouts slogans during the Women's March in New York City, January 20, 2018, as protestors took to the streets en masse across the United States, hoisting anti-Donald Trump placards, banging drums and donning pink hats for a second Women's March opposing the president -- one year to the day of his inauguration.
Hundreds of thousands of marchers assembled in Washington, New York, Chicago, Denver, Boston, Los Angeles and other cities nationwide, many donning the famous pink knit -- a reference to Trump's videotaped boasts of his license to grope women without repercussions.

Protesters, part of a 500,000 strong crowd, during the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March, when millions marched around the world to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018

Thousands of men and women hold signs and rally while attending the Womenصs March on January 20, 2018 in New York, United States. Across the nation hundreds of thousands of people are marching on what is the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump's swearing-in to protest against his past statements on women and to celebrate womenصs rights around the world.

People gather at the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool to rally before the Women's March on January 20, 2018 in Washington, D.C. Across the nation, people are marching on the one-year anniversary of President Trump's swearing-in to protest against his past statements on women and to celebrate women's rights around the world

Several signs supporting women's rights and critical of President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan were displayed at the Women's March Wisconsin day of action rally in Milwaukee on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2017. The march is among dozens of rallies being held around the country. The activists are hoping to create an enduring political movement that will elect more women to government office.

Thousands of men and women hold signs and rally while attending the Women's March on January 20, 2018 in New York, United States. Across the nation hundreds of thousands of people are marching on what is the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump's swearing-in to protest against his past statements on women and to celebrate women's rights around the world.

Thousands of men and women hold signs and rally while attending the Women's March on January 20, 2018 in New York, United States. Across the nation hundreds of thousands of people are marching on what is the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump's swearing-in to protest against his past statements on women and to celebrate women's rights around the world.

Protesters, part of a 500,000 strong crowd, during the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March, when millions marched around the world to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018

Protesters, part of a 500,000 strong crowd, raise their hands during the Women's Rally on the one-year anniversary of the first Women's March, when millions marched around the world to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Los Angeles, California on January 20, 2018.

A protestor holds an effigy of US President Donald Trump suspended from a stick in front of the White House following the Women's March on Washington 2018 on January 20, 2018 in Washington, DC.

People participate in Women's March 2.0, one year after women worldwide marched for women's rights and to protest US President Donald Trump's inauguration, in Seattle, Washington on January 20, 2018.

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.
Protestors took to the streets en masse across the United States Saturday, hoisting anti-Donald Trump placards, banging drums and donning pink hats for a second Women's March opposing the president -- one year to the day of his inauguration. Hundreds of thousands of marchers assembled in Washington, New York, Chicago, Denver, Boston, Los Angeles and other cities nationwide, many donning the famous pink knit -- a reference to Trump's videotaped boasts of his license to grope women without repercussions.