National & Global Sister Marches

Women's March

Austin by the numbers: While Texas is a red state, voters in the state capital tend to vote blue. In November 2016, 66% of Travis County voters checked the box for Hillary Clinton, while 27% went for Donald Trump.

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When Donald Trump interjected "Such a nasty woman" about Hillary Clinton during the second debate, he probably didn’t foresee how popular the “Nasty Woman” theme would become for women like this marcher in Austin, Texas.

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Protesters in front of the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv carried a sign in Hebrew that means, "When the government opposes the people."

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Austin by the numbers: While Texas is a red state, voters in the state capital tend to vote blue. In November 2016, 66% of Travis County voters checked the box for Hillary Clinton, while 27% went for Donald Trump.

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