DemDaily: The March – By the Numbers

January 23, 2017

Five million people, 500 US cities, 100 international cities

An estimated five million people worldwide marched in solidarity on Saturday, January 21st -- to send a message to the Trump Administration and to all who practice policies of prejudice and division that women's rights are human rights - once and for all.

By even the most conservative raw numbers, the Women's March on Washington is the largest demonstration in American history, and the numbers are still being counted!

But Saturday's action was just the beginning ....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Largest Marches Reported Worldwide
UNITED STATES
INTERNATIONAL
Washington, DC: 600,000
Los Angeles, CA: 400,000
New York City, NY: 250,000
Chicago, IL: 200,000
San Francisco, CA: 150,000
Denver, CO: 150,000
Boston, MA: 150,000
Seattle, WA: 130,000
Portland, OR: 100,000
Austin, TX: 40,000
London, England: 100,000
Toronto, Canada: 60,000
Vancouver, Canada: 15,000
Sydney, Australia: 10,000
Melbourne, Australia: 10,000
Paris, France: 7,000
Edinburgh, Scotland: 6,000
Montreal, Canada: 5,000
Amsterdam, Netherlands: 4,000
Frankfurt, Germany: 2,000
Next Steps!
 
Our march forward does not end here. Now is the time to get our friends, family and community together and MAKE HISTORY.  Join WMW in launching a new campaign:
 
10 Actions for the first 100 Days
 

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