Thousands of women (and men) converged on the Santa Fe, NM Plaza on Sunday for the
second annual Women’s March, a local demonstration of support in what
has become one of the largest single-day political protests for human
rights in American history.
Traffic police and march organizers estimated between 4,000 and 5,000 people made the five-block trek to the Plaza.
It was an event for all ages. Women united were marching for equal rights, reproductive
rights, the struggles of DACA Dreamers facing deportation, the
increasing issues of racism in the nation, corruption, and fear of
Colorful signs, paper mâché puppets and knitted pink protest hats filled the Santa Fe Plaza.
Women Warriors stood tall and proud. The crowd cheered accompanied by the beating of drums.
Dogs bundled for the cold carried personal statements.
It was a good day to be in the streets with Women Warriors.
be strong, be safe, Carlan