A Sign of the Resistance: S.F.’s 2018 Women’s March

The one-year mark of the Trump administration Saturday brought growing anger and blossoming creativity for protest signs.

Photos by Emma Chiang and Ida Mojadad

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For more on the 2018 Women’s March, check out these stories:


 Youth Voices Surface at Women’s March
The ultimate legacy of the Women’s March could be the messages it transmits to young girls.

The Women’s March is Over, But Not the Resistance
Keep up your momentum with these social justice events around town.

 A March for Women, of All Kinds
One year after the biggest rally in San Francisco’s history, the Women’s March returns — with intersectionality front and center.

 What You Need to Know For Women’s March 2.0
Thousands are expected to attend the second Women’s March in San Francisco on Saturday.

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