Unlike my post on the People's Vote march, I don't have much to say about the anti-Trump protests, as the objection to his administration's global effect on international relations, immigration policies, environmental measures, the legitimisation of sexism/racism/homophobia/transphobia/ableism, seems pretty self-explanatory.
I will say that the #BringtheNoise march organised by Women's March London was a fantastic event; inclusive and diverse, inspiring, loud, and fun. The organisers had clearly put a lot of thought into making sure the event was accessible and included as wide a range of voices as possible.
Though I don't have anything to say, I did, once again, spend my time running around climbing pieces of public property to get as many photos as possible. I'm sharing them below so you can see some of the amazing people and their powerful (and sometimes hilarious) signs. If you would like to use any of the photos for anything, do get in touch on twitter or facebook.
More unedited photos can be found in this google drive. If you would like any of these, again please let me know and I can edit them for you.