20 Powerful Instagrams from Women’s March

It’s impossible to ignore the role social media played in this weekend’s unprecedented movement, building excitement, creating community, and, in a sense, making it feel “okay” to speak loudly.  While the movement that began as an election-night Facebook post lit up the world with marches on all seven continents, Instagram offered a real-time view.

Here, we’re sharing just 20 of the 1.2 million-and-counting worldwide Instagrams tagged #womensmarch.

#womensmarch #whyimarch #MavericksMarching #Womensrightsarehumanrights

A photo posted by Women’s March (@womensmarch) on

@womensmarch

“What a beautiful way to end the #WomensMarch. This is just the beginning. #WMWArt”

Taken in: Washington, D.C.

Followers: 290k

Job: The organizers and co-chairs 

A photo posted by Alix Campbell (@alixbcampbell) on

@alixbcampbell

“I’m sorry, I literally cannot get over this #antarctica #womensmarch”

Taken in: Antarctica, originally tweeted by Linda Zunas

Followers: 1,061

Job: Executive Photography Director at Cosmopolitan + Seventeen

A photo posted by Carly (@carlybeeboo) on

@carlybeeboo

“Repost from @britishvogue This made my heart melt! Strong women: may we be, love and raise them! #girlpower #womensmarch #equality #sisterhood”

Taken in: London, England by Jordan Curtis Hughes for British Vogue

Followers: 323

A photo posted by Betony Toht (@betonytoht) on

@betonytoht

“Snowflakes Are Beautiful, Complex, and Unique. Together We Will Bring a Blizzard of Change! #womensmarch #womensmarchonwashington”

Taken in: Washington, D.C.

Followers: 531

Job: Writer

A photo posted by CultureStrike (@culturestrike) on

@culturestrike

“❤👌✊✌ Peace to Jenny Sowry, the mother of #wokebaby, for the inspiring image.”

Taken in: Charlotte, N.C.

Followers: 29.1k

Job: Artist Collective for Immigration Reform

A photo posted by . (@onyvava) on

@onyvava

Taken in: unclear origins (not that it matters)

Followers: 570

A photo posted by Dan Fortner (@talk_bernie_to_me) on

@talk_bernie_to_me

Taken in: London, England

Followers: 21.1k

Job: Activist

A photo posted by Ruth Fremson (@fremson) on

@fremson

“Womens (and all peeps) March. Washington, D.C. Saturday, January 21, 2017. #women #womensmarch #ruthontheroad #nytimesassignment #washington”

Taken in: Washington, D.C.

Followers: 5,558

Job: New York Times Staff Photographer

A photo posted by Barcelona Women’s March (@barcelona_womens_march) on

@bacelona_womens_march

“Don’t be a prick 🌵 #womenpower #equality #whyimarch #womensmarchbcn #womensmarch #wmglobal #womensmarchglobal 📷by @leana_ransom”

Taken in: Plaça Sant Jaume, Barcelona, by photographer Leana Ransom

Followers: 168

A photo posted by 💌 Steph Fu (@stephfu) on

@stephfu

“Not into politics, but I believe in progress, so let’s march 🔛 #womensmarch”

Taken in: Los Angeles, CA

Followers: 549

Job: UCLA Alum

A photo posted by Ilyce Glink (@ilyceglink) on

@ilyceglink

“One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. Or, womankind. #womensmarch #womensmarchchicago #chicago #bekind”

Taken in: Chicago, IL

Followers: 173

Job: President of Think Glink Media

A photo posted by Sophia Q (@forever_sophia) on

@forever_sophia

“If you are waiting for a sign, this is it. ✊🏽🏛🌎 #womensmarchberlin #womensmarchonwashington”

Taken in: Berlin, Germany

Followers: 1,200

Job: Blogger

A photo posted by HeySubodh (@heysubodh) on

@heysubodh

“#day1 Onwards not backwards.😎 #peoplesvoice #whyimarch”

Taken in: New York, NY

Followers: 1,107

A photo posted by Women’s March Indonesia (@womensmarchindo) on

@womensmarchindo

“#whyimarch #womensmarch #womensmarchindo”

Taken in: Indonesia

Followers: 44

A photo posted by Elephant Journal (@elephantjournal) on

@elephantjournal

“‘That’s my dad, and it took an hour the day before the march to convince him to go. The sign was his idea. He just wasn’t sure if he should go and take any of the spotlight away from the women who should be getting the attention. I told him that, for better or for worse, people tend to listen to people who look like him.
This is his email to me after the march: “I was more popular today than any other time in my life, including when I won the Canadian tennis tournament. …I hadn’t protested since the Vietnam War.” #womensmarch 🇺🇸'”

Taken in: Washington, D.C.

Followers: 356k

Job: Wellness-minded Publication

A photo posted by Sofia Verzbolovskis (@sofiaverz) on

@sofiaverz

Taken in: New York, NY

Followers: 4,281

A photo posted by Laurel Pantin (@lapantin) on

@lapantin

“This weekend was amazing, but let it be the start of something, not the end of something. This is a marathon, not a sprint.”

Taken in: Washington, D.C.

Followers: 24k

Job: Editorial Director at The Coveteur

A photo posted by Out Of Many 1 (@ofmany1) on

@ofmany1

“Pussy hat power #lovewins”

Taken in: Boston, MA

Followers: 297

A photo posted by @baldheadedbadgal on

@baldheadedbadgal

“#womensmarch”

Taken in: Washington, D.C.

Followers: 1,221

A photo posted by Laysa Quintero (@little_miss_weirdo) on

@little_miss_weirdo

“R E S P O S I B I L I T Y 🙌 #womensmarch2017”

Taken in: Los Angeles, CA

Followers: 1,176

Job: Photographer


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