Donate
MoveOn.Org

Today, hundreds of thousands of people will march -- on Washington and in over 700 feeder marches all around the country -- to protest the cruel and inhumane policies of the Trump administration. I will not be marching, as I will be here, at my apartment, working and bringing you some #content! But that doesn't mean I don't want to see pictures of your cool signs so I can feel like I am participating.



Although Trump was pressured to sign an executive order ending the practice of separating children from their families last week, there are still more than 2000 children in these detention centers that have yet to be reunited with their families. We must now pressure him more to reunite those families and to end the zero tolerance policies that created this situation to begin with.

If you haven't headed out already and don't know where your local protest is, you can check out MoveOn.Org for info. If you have any good pics of your clever signs, send them over to me at robyn@wonkette.com and I will try to post as many here as I can! Or just post them in the comments! Either way!









UPDATE: Signs from Wonkers!

A sign from Gary in Chicago!


From Mary in Denver!



From Angie in Columbia!




Wonkette's FiveDollarFeminist has sent us some pics from DC! Hooray!



UPDATE: And now we've got dispatches from our fearless leader Rebecca (and Shy and Donna) at the march in the very conservative Kalispell, Montana! Hooray!:




There were other people there too, even!

Rebecca says "So it was way bigger than these pics look, one long block filled on both sides of the street!"

Dominic was out out the streets in Chicago where THOUSANDS of people showed up to protest and march from Daley Plaza to the ICE building, and back. It was a loop in The Loop!

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

SO. DAMN. HOT. by Dominic Gwinn

The Chicago Fire Department combined a water cannon with giant fan to cool people off as they marched. by Dominic Gwinn

People danced in the downpour provided by the Chicago Fire Dept. by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

A businessman exits an office building and frowns at protesters. by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

Rev. Jesse Jackson greets protesters in Daley Plaza. by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

A Latino man reaches into his push cart to grab ice cream for a customer at Daley Plaza. Push carts are common in many of Chicago's Latino neighborhoods. by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

by Dominic Gwinn

Stay tuned!

[MoveOn.Org]

Wonkette is independent and fully funded by readers like you! Click here to donate!

Robyn Pennacchia

Robyn Pennacchia is a brilliant, fabulously talented and visually stunning angel of a human being, who shrugged off what she is pretty sure would have been a Tony Award-winning career in musical theater in order to write about stuff on the internet. Previously, she was a Senior Staff Writer at Death & Taxes, and Assistant Editor at The Frisky (RIP). Currently, she writes for Wonkette, Friendly Atheist, Quartz and other sites. Follow her on Twitter at @RobynElyse

Donate

How often would you like to donate?

Select an amount (USD)

Newsletter

©2018 by Commie Girl Industries, Inc