Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities;  673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants . Jan. 21, 2017

Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities; 673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants. Jan. 21, 2017

 A man raises a rainbow flag- a symbol of LGBT rights- during the Women's March. An elderly man rests with his political sign. Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities;  673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants . Jan. 21, 2017

A man raises a rainbow flag- a symbol of LGBT rights- during the Women's March. An elderly man rests with his political sign. Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities; 673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants. Jan. 21, 2017

 Mothers have their photo taken in front of a wall of signs with their children at the Women's March. March participants started several impromptu bulletin board of political statements by stapling their signs, artwork, and costumes pieces to fences along the route of the demonstration. Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities;  673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants . Jan. 21, 2017

Mothers have their photo taken in front of a wall of signs with their children at the Women's March. March participants started several impromptu bulletin board of political statements by stapling their signs, artwork, and costumes pieces to fences along the route of the demonstration. Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities; 673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants. Jan. 21, 2017

 A man stands by the Metro entrance after the Women's March while others read signs on a fence. March participants started several impromptu bulletin board of political statements by stapling their signs, artwork, and costumes pieces to fences along the route of the demonstration. Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities;  673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants . Jan. 21, 2017

A man stands by the Metro entrance after the Women's March while others read signs on a fence. March participants started several impromptu bulletin board of political statements by stapling their signs, artwork, and costumes pieces to fences along the route of the demonstration. Over 750,000 people gather in downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. to attend the Women's March. Citizens carry colorful signs, wear pink Pussy Hats, and call for awareness and improvement of gender, racial, sexual equality. The event is attended by both men and women the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration and is mirrored worldwide in over 600 cities; 673 were official sister cities, with an estimated 4.9 million participants. Jan. 21, 2017