One of the organizers of Syracuse in Solidarity, a sister event to the Women’s March on Washington, said there were about 2000 of us there. If anything I think that’s perhaps an underestimate. But I’ll let you count ’em. (Add one, I was up on the parking garage roof at the time.)
I hadn’t even gotten to the federal building plaza before running into enough morris dancers for a side + music.
The event was pretty peaceful and civil, except for one person who had a sign that said “Donald Trump likes Nickelback”, which I thought was unnecessarily mean. To Nickelback.
My sister meanwhile was out in Portsmouth, NH; one of her daughters was in DC; the other was in Amsterdam. Together separately!
I’ve seen a lot of great pictures from events around the world, including this one from Melissa Benoist:
I liked today a lot better than yesterday.
And if you’re considering replacing the Hillary bumper sticker on your car, let me suggest this: