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Speakers offer fighting words for protesters before women’s march protesters hit the streets

“We can whimper. We can whine. Or we can fight back!” called out U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, as marchers, many wearing pink hats and waving protest signs, screamed their approval.

The crowd in Washington, D.C.

Was the Women’s March just another display of white privilege? Some think so.

Tension over diversity questions have plagued the march since the weeks before the event.

A crowd filled Independence Avenue during the Women's March on Washington on Saturday.


Size of women’s marches stirs hopes in Democrats

Democrats are trying to figure out what a new mobilization will mean for the fights against Donald Trump and congressional Republicans.

Professors at Northeastern gathered as many discarded signs from the Boston Women’s March as they could and brought them to a storage facility for safekeeping.

Professors stash rally signs to preserve a piece of history

The collection, before being spared from the trash, had evolved into a makeshift art installation along the fence line of Boston Common.

A woman held a sign during a rally at the Women’s March on Washington.

In D.C., massive crowd shouts protest

“We’re here to say we’re not going to roll over and play dead. We’re going to be visible,” said Vivian Fong.

Protesters took part in the women's march on Washington D.C.

Joan Vennochi

Galvanizing women, Trump (inadvertently) succeeds where Clinton failed

The new president has triggered a massive women’s movement.

LANGLEY, VA - JANUARY 21: US President Donald Trump speaks at the CIA headquarters on January 21, 2017 in Langley, Virginia . Trump spoke with about 300 people in his first official visit with a government agaency. (Photo by Olivier Doulier - Pool/Getty Images)


Two days in D.C. illuminate America’s divide

Friday and Saturday put on display the wounds that were broken open by the election.

A child carried a sign during the Women's March on Washington D.C.

Opinion | Margery Eagan

Guilt-free, shame-free empowerment fuels the Women’s March

The women marching in Washington are too powerful, determined, and organized to ever, ever go back.

Thousands of people filled Boston Common for the Boston Women's March for America on Saturday.

Yvonne Abraham

In marches, a chance to see hope and a way forward

Millions of people participated in demonstrations, from Boston to locations throughout the world, that were at once a protest and an affirmation.

Nicole La Guerre (center) cheered as she made her way with a group of protesters from Massachusetts out of the D.C. subway system to the Women’s March on Washington.

Mass. marchers join D.C. protest for reasons political and personal

“This is where I have to be,” said 17-year-old Sophie Kramer of Maynard.

Shirley Leung

Five memorable moments from the Boston Women’s March

It was a march to remember from political activist Barbara Lee to all the men pretty in pink.

A sign at the Women’s March on Washington.

Huge crowds turn out for women’s marches around the world

Legions of women flooded streets and city squares from Sydney to South Carolina on Saturday.

A protester at the Boston Women’s March at the Boston Common Saturday.

People were really creative with their signs at women’s marches

Demonstrators made their thoughts known with these signs shared on social media.

Protesters in Washington, D.C.

The Washington Women’s March is too big to actually march

A massive turnout at the Women’s March on Washington has forced a change of plans.

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to the crowd on Boston Common who had gathered for the Women’s March.

Elizabeth Warren riles up crowd at Women’s March in Boston

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to tens of thousands who gathered on Boston Common Saturday afternoon.

Protesters chanted and held signs during the Women's March on Washington D.C.

Scenes from the Women’s March in D.C.

People gathered in D.C. to demonstrate the day after Trump’s election.

Artist Shepard Fairey with his portrait of former President Barack Obama.

Obama ‘Hope’ artist returns with ‘We the people’ posters

Shepard Fairey chose images of three women to represent America for his latest political art.

A protest by high school students that was held on Boston Common last month. The Boston Women’s March on Saturday will begin at 11 a.m. on the Common.

Thousands expected to attend women’s march in Boston

The Boston Women’s March is among the hundreds of demonstrations being held worldwide the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Ducklings in Public Garden don pink knitted hats

The new apparel arrived ahead of this week’s Boston Women’s March, a protest of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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Shirley Leung

Who will be at the Women’s March in Boston? Everyone, it seems.

Organizers expect more than 80,000 to participate in the local march, from grass-roots activists to CEOs.

Opinion | Gloria Steinem

Why women are marching on Washington

Questions about the Women’s March on Washington have created a need for a Twitter version of history and Feminism 101.

Women wore pink hats during a service at First Parish in Concord, a Unitarian Universalist church that was holding a blessing to all the marchers going to Washington, D.C.

Knitting protesters grab back at Trump with pink cat hats

These cheeky pink hats will appear by the thousands at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C.

Tips for traveling to the Women’s March

The Women’s March in Washington, D.C., will be well represented by New Englanders — and it’s not too late to join them.

FILE - In this April 18, 2016 file photo, supporters of fair immigration reform dance in front of the Supreme Court in Washington. The tens of thousands of women flocking to Washington for a march on the day after Donald Trump's inauguration come packing a multitude of agendas, but are united in their loathing for Trump. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

What is motivating women to go to DC to protest?

Throngs of women from around the nation will converge on Washington for a march on the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration.