Tidal wave of protest as hundreds of thousands join Women's March on Washington

By Josephine Tovey
Updated January 23 2017 - 2:08am, first published 1:29am
Women with bright pink hats and signs begin to gather early in Washington for the anti-Trump protest. Photo: JOSE LUIS MAGANA
Women with bright pink hats and signs begin to gather early in Washington for the anti-Trump protest. Photo: JOSE LUIS MAGANA
In Switzerland women rallied in Geneva, Switzerland in support of the Washington protest. Photo: SALVATORE DI NOLFI
In Switzerland women rallied in Geneva, Switzerland in support of the Washington protest. Photo: SALVATORE DI NOLFI
Patricia Wolk, Kay Pitts and Patricia Bennett travelled from California to the march.
Patricia Wolk, Kay Pitts and Patricia Bennett travelled from California to the march.
Protesters also called for action on climate change.
Protesters also called for action on climate change.

Washington: Donald Trump's ascent to the White House has been met with a tidal wave of peaceful protest across the country, with hundreds of thousands flooding Washington, DC, and huge crowds in other cities across the United States and the world expressing anger, disgust and defiance at the new President and demanding equal rights for all.

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