2020 October month. Women’s battles: Thousands protest against Trump, replacing RBG DC and across the nation


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Protesters lined the streets of DC, NYC, LA and dozens of other cities as they joined the second 2020. Women’s struggles. View photos from hikes across the country against Donald Trump.

The threat to reproductive rights in the United States has become so great that the creators of the Women’s March have called for an emergency the second in 2020 protest. On Saturday, October 17, thousands of women, non-members and men took to the streets of Washington City and across the country to make their message heard: President Donald Trump cannot and will not change Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court with Amy Coney Barrett.

Protesters, meanwhile, took part in more than 100 sisters ’marches across the United States, armed with signs, slogans, and a healthy dose of anger. Instead of ubiquitous hot pink pussy hats, a necessary accessory for the event was a protective face mask. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Women’s March organizers demanded that marchers wear masks, try to socially isolate themselves, and stay home if they feel bad. One protester in DC had a sign with the words “Free Melania” Melania Trump, and thousands more wore protective face masks and bore inscriptions depicting images of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Scroll through the gallery above for more photos from 2020. October month. There have been women’s marches across the country.

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Protesters gather with signs in 2020 Month of January. Women on a hike (AP images)

The insistence of Trump and Senate Republicans to hasten the candidacy of the Supreme Court less than three weeks before the presidential election is bad enough; appoint a man like Barrett, an ultraconservative judge with a connection to an inspiring religious sect A fairy tale, is almost comically scary, especially considering everything RBG meant. October 17 The march will take place just two days after the Barretto Senate sessions are over, and the nation is waiting for its candidate to be nominated.

“If Donald Trump is allowed to appoint another Supreme Court judge, Roe v. Wade will be overturned,” Women’s March organizers said a statement. “It simply came to our notice then. That is all the Women’s March has warned about since the first day of Trump’s presidency. This is the moment we were preparing for … The only thing that will stop Short and Mitchas McConnellas to steal another Supreme Court seat on the streets of millions of women – and defending that seat has become a major challenge for the millions of women who will run this election. ”


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