Women’s March on Charlotte

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  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)
  • Thousands marched through uptown Charlotte on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, to show support for a variety of social and political causes, including women’s rights, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police estimated the number of people attending the Women’s March on Charlotte to number at least 10,000. Similar marches where held in various cities across the nation, including in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Glenn H. Burkins for Qcitymetro.com)

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