February 03 Issue

We Shall Overcomb
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We Shall Overcomb

Washington, D.C.—Anti-Trump protesters ride a packed Metrorail train on the way to the Women's March on January 21. More than 500,000 people attended the D.C. rally, while over 1 million attended sister rallies across the world, including those in Los Angeles, London and even small villages like Unalakleet, Alaska, according to the Associated Press. Marchers in D.C. held signs saying “Love Trumps Hate” and chanted, “We want a leader, not a creepy tweeter.”
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