Women march against Trump and Republicans in major US cities | Protest

Hundreds of principally younger ladies in masks rallied on Saturday in Washington DC and different US cities, exhorting voters to oppose Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans within the three November elections.

The newest in a sequence of rallies that started with a large ladies’s march the day after Trump’s January 2017 inauguration was enjoying out in the course of the coronavirus pandemic. Demonstrators had been requested to put on face coverings and follow social distancing.

Rachel O’Leary Carmona, government director of the Girls’s March, opened the Washington occasion by asking folks to maintain their distance from each other, saying the one superspreader occasion can be the current one on the White Home.

She talked concerning the energy of girls to finish Trump’s presidency.

“His presidency started with ladies marching and now it’s going to finish with girl voting. Interval,” she mentioned.

Ruth Novak holds an indication at Federal Plaza in Chicago. Photograph: Pat Nabong/AP

“Vote in your daughter’s future”, learn one message within the sea of indicators carried by demonstrators, who marched by means of downtown Washington to the supreme courtroom. “Battle like a woman,” mentioned one other.

Dozens of rallies had been deliberate from New York to San Francisco to sign opposition to Trump and his insurance policies, particularly the push to fill the seat of late supreme courtroom justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg earlier than election day.

People march in Nashville, Tennessee.
Individuals march in Nashville, Tennessee. Photograph: Mark Humphrey/AP

One march was held at Cornell College in Ithaca, New York, exterior the dormitory the place Bader Ginsburg lived as an undergraduate pupil. In New York Metropolis, a demonstrator sporting a Donald Trump masks stood subsequent to a statue of George Washington at Federal Corridor in the course of the the ladies’s march exterior the New York Inventory Trade.

“We Dissent”, mentioned a cardboard signal carried by a younger girl sporting a crimson masks with small portraits of Ginsburg, the liberal supreme courtroom justice whose demise on 18 September sparked the frenzy by Republicans to exchange her with a conservative, Amy Coney Barrett.

In Washington, Sonja Spoo, director of reproductive rights campaigns at Ultraviolet, mentioned she needed to chuckle when she heard reporters ask Trump if he’ll settle for a peaceable switch of energy if he loses to Joe Biden.

“After we vote him out, come three November, there isn’t any alternative,“ mentioned Spoo. “Donald Trump is not going to get to decide on whether or not he stays in energy. That’s not his energy, that’s our energy … We’re the hell and excessive water.”

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