More than two million Americans joined women in a nationwide march movement on Jan.21 to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration, making it the largest one-day protest in U.S. history to date.

Trump’s lewd and insensitive comments about women and minorities that were made during his campaign were not forgotten by the millions of people who protested his swearing into office. Women and minorities alike gathered in major cities across the country to show the newly appointed President that they will not be silenced, and that a united America is a stronger America.

Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, Boston, Denver, and most notably Washington D.C. saw thousands upon thousands of protesters fill the streets. Many took to social media to post photos and videos on chants, speeches, and signs to spread the message.

Here are some highlights.

1. “Still I Rise”

Alicia Keys recited Maya Angelou’s poem to emphasize that women rights are human rights.

2. The movement went international

3. This is about being heard

Some protesters even quoted Hillary Clinton’s concession speech from last November.

4. We’re better united as equals

5. Her body, her choice.

6. Angela Davis’ perfect response

7. We are all inherently the same

8 John Lewis urging people to make change happen

“Look, we’re fighting for our sisters, for our mothers, for our daughters, for our brothers, for our sons, for those who are not able to stand up and fight for themselves. We have a moral obligation to fight, so never ever lose hope,” Lewis said during the rally.

9. Never underestimate the power of unity

10. This.

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