Boston Women's March For America
On January 21, 2017, a united Boston marched in solidarity with communities affected by hate and intolerance. Here are few moments peace, kindness, and compassion from the day. But first, walking on the middle of the road. It's always fun to walk on the middle of the road.
It's at the Public Garden where you walk into a wall of people.
It's not until you get to Charles Street do you realize what it feels like to be amongst 120000 people.
Some of my favorite signs from yesterday:
When you're in the middle of the action it's pretty crowded, but you can always take a break by standing on the sidelines.
Sometimes you want to be in the thick of it.
Not sure what's happening here.
Congressman Joe Kennedy speaking to Planned Parenthood supporters.
A wall of signs.
Free hug lady was a big hit.
Little people representing.
Including Supergirl and Wonder Woman(girl?).
Is it a victory or a peace sign? Either way, good lesson.
Police escort on Boylston Street.
Onlookers from the Four Seasons Hotel Boston. Someone wrote "Trump" on the window. It was quickly taken down.
This gentleman was supporting the marchers from Arlington Street Church.
More road walking.
A stunning example of unity.