5 More Ways to Protest Donald Trump’s Presidency -Essence
More than a million people hit the streets for the Women’s March on Washington and its sister marches last weekend, a protest that made history as the largest demonstration in recent history.
After one of the most divisive elections in history, women across the nation are fearful, and rightfully so. In response, people came out in droves across the United States and around the world to protest the newly inaugurated Donald Trump and policies that stand to disenfranchise and endanger women, minorities, immigrants, the LGBTQ community, those living with disabilities and more. Coming together in a show of solidarity to protest sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, and for the protection of civil and abortion rights was the beginning of the change we hope to see, but now that the march is over, what happens next?
Here are five ways to keep the momentum going and continue resisting a Trump presidency and the policies that are sure to affect our communities.