This Saturday, more than 200,000 protesters gathered on the streets of New York City to join the 2018 Women’s March. While a year has passed since 2017’s event, it’s evident from this weekend’s rally that the push for progress and social change has certainly not been extinguished.
The women-led movement, which includes sister marches taking place in cities and countries around the world, harnesses the power of the community to shed light on a diverse range of issues, including immigration, racial divides, voter participation and political resistance to the Trump administration. Fueled by the #MeToo movement, this year’s uprising was particularly rowdy, with protest posters and pink hats seen in abundance.
For those who were not able to attend this weekend, New York-based photographer Taylor McIntyre (@tayloramcintyre) shared a few photos of the event with us:

Next check out the Museum of the City of New York’s Exhibit That Celebrates A Century of Women in Politics in NYC & Beyond.