Chicago's Women's March to the Polls 2018 Photo Essay

women's march to the polls
Women's March to the Polls

A Women’s March participant shouts “this is what America looks like,” in Chicago on Saturday, January 20, 2018. This is the second year of the march, with this year’s theme being “March to the Polls.”

Women's March to the Polls 2018

A protestor holds up a sign stating “fight like a girl” in Chicago on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Chicago’s rally is considered to be a sister march, among many others, to the main event taking place in Las Vegas.

Women's March to the Polls 2018

Marchers cross a bridge near Grant Park in Chicago on Saturday, January 20, 2018. People rallied together all over the world in support of rights concerning reproduction, immigration and the LGBTQ+ community.

Women's March to the Polls 2018

Two women capture video as dancers stretch their arms to the sky as their way of expressing their support to women in Chicago on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Shawn Lent leads the group and posted a call for dancers on Facebook to dance in the Women’s March. The group has danced at every mass demonstration since the 2016 election.

Women's March to the Polls 2018

Loie Burwell, 6, chants with the crowd at the Women’s March: March to the Polls in Chicago on Saturday, January 20, 2018. She brought along a peace sign that she made herself.

Women's March to the Polls 2018

Susan Salidor waves a flag featuring Shepard Fairey’s ‘We the People’ portraits on Saturday, January 20, 2018 in Chicago. Salidor felt called to march “for my daughters and my country and for hope.”

Women's March to the Polls 2018

Two women wear the in-famous pink pussy knit hats while resting at the Women’s March on Saturday, January 20, 2018 in Grant Park. The organizers of the march estimated that there were more than 300,000 people in attendance, almost 50,000 more than last year’s march.

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