World Women's March reissue: Thousands demonstrate against Donald Trump

09:30  18 october  2020
09:30  18 october  2020 Source:   spiegel.de

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Thousands of women gathered for an annual march in Washington and more than 180 other cities to protest US President Donald Trump 's targeting of women ' s rights. "I am even more outraged than I was three years ago," said a placard carried by a 40-year-old Washington resident. "We all knew that

Thousands of women rallied in Washington DC as they urged voters to defeat Donald Trump and his Republican backers on election day. More than three years after millions protested the president’s January 2017 inauguration, the latest Women ’ s March in the capital was masked and socially

After Trump's election in 2017, millions of US citizens joined the Women's March and protested against the US President. Now mostly young women have taken to the streets again.

  Women's-March-Neuauflage: Tausende demonstrieren gegen Donald Trump © Nam Y. Huh / AP

Thousands of people in the US have taken part in protests against President Donald Trump and for women's rights. Young women in particular joined the demonstrations that took place in various cities across the country.

The protests were inspired by the first Women's March after Trump's inauguration in 2017, when more than three million people had participated. This time, however, significantly fewer came because of the corona pandemic .

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The Women ' s Marches which took place across the United States to protest Donald Trump 's inauguration may have been the largest – and most Here's how the Women ' s March compares to some of history's largest protests (some in one city, some in thousands : some in Washington, some

Thousands of protesters have joined rallies in London and Edinburgh as part of an international campaign on the first full day of Donald Trump 's presidency. Organisers aim to highlight women ' s rights, which they perceive to be under threat from the new US administration.

Rachel O'Leary Carmona, chairwoman of the Women's March said Trump's presidency started with protesting women, "now it will end with the votes of women."

Protesters remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Many participants again wore the symbol of the Women's March, the so-called Pussy Hat - in reference to Trump's statement that he could grab women at any time. Others wore white collars. A reference to the late left-liberal Supreme Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Trump wants to occupy the seat of Ginsburg with the conservative Amy Coney Barrett before the presidential election on November 3rd at the Supreme Court.

No, Trump hasn’t been the best president for Black America since Lincoln .
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