If you live in Montclair, you either marched on Saturday, or watched your Facebook feed fill up with photos of friends at the Women’s March. Even the New York Times noticed how many women from Montclair were marching (but somehow ended up focusing instead on how the men folk would manage?? It’s ok — they have seen the light after getting much flak.)
Many left by bus at 5 a.m. or earlier to reach Washington, D.C. Others convened at Bay Street for packed trains into Penn Station for the NYC March or packed DeCamp buses to Port Authority.
Groups went to march and posed for pictures like this one, taken by a friendly police officer. Everywhere you went — there were pink pussy hats. Emilie Gustavsen made 38 fleece hats for her friends to wear to the New York March.
There were plenty of mothers and daughters marching, like LaTascha Foster, who posed for pictures with her daughter and scored a selfie with Whoopi Goldberg who spoke at the NYC march.
— baristanet (@baristanet) January 21, 2017
Baristanet contributor Chanda Hall took her daughters and her camera down to D.C. to march and capture the scene. Click through our slideshow for Hall’s photos and tell us in comments who you marched with and about your favorite moment (or sign!):