Yes. The Women’s March was the day after the Inauguration, before Trump implemented anything.
Joshua Sanders

I view the timing and purpose of the Women’s March very differently. For me, my participation was to send a message, one of solidarity with other women, against ANY policy that might be enacted that would be detrimental to women. This was not a protest march in the sense that the participants were protesting something that had been done, but more of a show of resistance against policies that had been threatened/promised by the incoming administration. To me, it seems more futile to protest something once it has been done; it’s far more productive to be proactive and prevent the horrible policies in the first place.

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