This is what democracy looks like.
Read our signs. See our faces. Hear us roar.
Yesterday, I participated in the #womensmarch, an event I will forever count as one of the most important and meaningful of my lifetime. I was honored to be among the millions who stood up, showed up, and couldn't be shut up, because we have something to say. We are here. We are worthy. And Mr. President, WE ARE YOUR BOSS. I marched for our voices, our daughters, our mothers, our choices, our visibility. Today, as my friend @tracy.schoenfeld and I ran miles and miles around the nation's capital, I was moved again to see countless women in their now-iconic hats, signs, stickers, and other reminders of just how loud we were, how far and wide a distance we covered, and how many of us stood and marched and made noise together. Thank you, my fellow feminists, my fellow Americans, my fellow human beings around the globe for standing up next to me and the women I love and respect. We will #RESIST. @womensmarch #marchonwashington #girlpower #thefutureisfemale
Stronger together: The Significance of Millions in the Streets
United we stood, without a single arrest: Peace, Positivity as Massive Women's March Makes Voices Heard in D.C.
While we peacefully marched: 'Alternative Facts': The Needless Lies of the Trump Administration
For tears, a bunch of photos better than mine: Photos of the Women's Marches Around the World (emphasis mine)
Saturday was just the beginning. Day one has come and gone. Here's what to do next: 10 Actions, 100 Days
And if you're sentimental about goodbyes like I am: To Sir, With Love