The political gets personal at Womens March on London

The political gets personal at Womens March on London

Up to 80,000 people took part in the Women’s March on London to protest Donald Trump’s presidency. The march set off from the US Embassy and ended at Trafalgar Square where politicians and activists spoke out against President Trump.It was one of 673 similar events taking place around the world. Organisers estimate more than 2 million protesters will march in solidarity with women in the US. Jan 21, 2017
Protesters gather outside US embassy in London in anti-Trump protest

Protesters gather outside US embassy in London in anti-Trump protest

Protesters gathered outside the US Embassy on Grosvenor Square in London, in solidarity with anti-Trump protests in the US. The “Stand Up to Racism” demonstration took place on the day of President Trump’s inauguration.On 21 January more protests are planned, including the Women’s March on London, and others in several UK cities.In total 673 Women’s Marches will take place around the world with more than 2 million participants in total expected. Jan 21, 2017