Over 10,000 people marched from Freedom Plaza, the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court buildings to speak out against President Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett and his potential reelection.
Protestors spent the day exercising their first amendment right to oppose the supreme court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. Their chants even brought out some congressional leaders from the Senate building.
WASHINGTON – Thousands took to the streets of the nation’s capital to participate in the climate strike on Sept. 20. We mingled with the crowd to learn why people of all ages missed school or work to march their way…
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Just one day after the President Donald Trump’s Inauguration, hundreds of thousands gathered from all over the country for the Women’s March on Washington. Whether their cause is religious freedom, reproductive rights, or racial and gender equality, marchers joined the fight in hopes of having their voices heard.