Denver Women’s March 2017
Thousands and Thousands of women, wearing pink hats and holding all kinds of signage filled with some of the most unique creative things on them. Took over downtown Denver on Saturday, a massive outpouring for “human rights and equality, women’s rights, unity, and a plethora” the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
The women arrived from all directions to gather at Civic Center, so many that thousands stood chanting and cheering in the park more than an hour after the 1.3-mile march began, waiting their turn to walk the packed route. Organizers estimated the crowd was at least 100,000, enough to fill the park and the entire length of the route for at least two hours and more than twice as many as the 40,000 that were expected to attend.
“Fight like a girl!” and “Love, not hate, makes America great,” they chanted, waving homemade signs above their heads. “What do we want? Equal pay! When do we want it? Yesterday!” One group danced down the street while singing, “Nasty women, we got the spirit! Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah.”