I experienced history in DC at The Women’s March on Washington. The energy was electric! The vibe was so warm and nurturing. The speeches were amazing. The march passionately shut DC and cities across the country down. I am so happy to have witnessed and been a part of something that will be in history books. These are just some of the pictures I took. #WomensMarch
I’m never getting rid of this badge. #History
Cheesing with the immortal Angela Davis!
Alicia Keys surprised the crowd
Janelle Monae addresses the crowd
Always good to see Eric Garner’s mother, Gwen Carr
Honored to meet activist and former President of the NAACP, Hazel Dukes.
Michael Moore amped the crowd up.
Jake Gyllenhaal showed low-key support.
Uzo Aduba with her “What Meryl Said” sign
Building with Michaela Angela Davis & Beverly Bond
The largest protest in US history, 1 million strong.
Gloria Steinem (Photo courtesy of Bill Allen)
Jidenna, Janelle Monae, & Jordan Davis’ mother
Angela Davis and Gloria Steinem (Photo courtesy of Bill Allen)
Smiling with Deja Vu (Photo courtesy of Bill Allen)
Madonna brought the ruckus. (Photo courtesy of Bill Allen)
Always good to see the Rev. Jesse Jackson
Women’s March Co-chair, Tamika Mallory, delivering her amazing speech
Co-chair Linda Sarsour delivering a powerful speech.
Co-chair Carmen Perez leading the march on her birthday!
Met these amazing ladies who traveled 10 hours from Flint
Van Jones was in the house.
This elder marched with King on Washington in the 60s.
Senator Cory Booker took this selfie himself.
Maxwell performed for the ladies. (Photo courtesy of Bill Allen)
Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter, Dominique
Co-chair Bob Bland delivering her speech with her daughter.
The crowd behind me while marching.
L-R Deja Vu, me, Michael Angela Davis, Tamika Mallory, Mark Thomson, Carmen Perez, Linda Sarsour, NY Justice League Family
Jidenna, Janelle Monae, and Jordan Davis’ mother (courtesy of Bill Allen)
Marching from darkness to light. It’s a marathon, not a race. #WomensMarch #OnwardUpward