11 Of The Best 2019 Women's March Signs
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11 Of The Best 2019 Women's March Signs

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In 2017, the first ever Women's March was held. There were millions in attendance all across the country and there were even people from other countries showing their support for the movement. One thing about the March that caught the attention of the whole world, was the creative signs that activist created to display their feelings. Now that it is 2019, and the third March was held on January 19, there are plenty of new signs that need the attention of the world.

1. "It's time to OVARY-ACT!"


Washington D.C.

2. "Behind Every Strong Woman... Are More Strong Women"


San Diego, California

3. "We Believe You" 


Los Angles, California

4. "This is NOT Consent" 

USA Times

London, England

5. "I Eat Gender Norms For Breakfast" 


Sydney, Australia

6. "Shutdown Misogyny"

Capital News Service

Washington D.C.

7. "This Administration is a Load of Barnacles"

Capital News Service

Washington D.C.

8. "This Episode of Handmaids Tale Sucks"


Washington D.C.

9. "We Won't Go Back"

Time Magazine

Washington D.C.

10. "We Stand TogetHER"

Los Angles Daily News

Los Angles, California

11. "This is What a Feminist Looks Like"


Washington D.C.

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