MAY WE RAISE THEM: A VISUAL ACCOUNT OF THE RIVERSIDE WOMENS MARCH

by | Jan 26, 2018 | Culture, page 2 | 0 comments

Children stood tall and raised their voices for women’s’ rights at the Women’s March in Riverside, California last Saturday. The younger generation has been watching Trump’s past year in office and displayed their dissatisfaction with creative posters.

A young child learning the utter importance of feminism, the future is indeed female.

 

The number of boys taking a stand against gender discrimination is encouraging and promising.

 

Concisely and effectively voicing her opinion on our current president, Donald Trump.

 

This young woman’s love is steadfast, not allowing religion to be a factor.

 

Strong men are raised by strong women.

 

This girl and her friends initiated and led chants on their own.

 

Riverside’s Women’s March was a wholesome, family event leaving all ages inspired to resist hate.

 

An imaginative and lighthearted tone is taken to protest Trump’s barrage of tweets.

 

This Dr. Seuss fan is not a Trump fan.

 

This girl’s shy demeanor is juxtaposed with her fearless sign.

 

Determined females is what this country needs.

 

Marching for gender equality has no age limit.

 

Photos contributed by Redlands Bulldog photographer Callie Roach.

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