In front of the Salem Capital, Salem’s Women March took place at the Oregon Capital State Park on January 19, 2019.
Shelaswau Busnell Crier previously ran for political office.
State Trooper, Mara Othic, meets No Drama Llama.
Anti-Trump Bear waves at the passing cars.
Mini-march where the protestors took place moments before the speakers take stage.
Caesar the No Drama Llama and Larry McCool Marches down Market Street.
Marchers holds up Trump Piñata while they march.
Anti-Trump bear unmasked.
Sarah Lynn Bennett speech entails about home care and home working.
“It was Never a dress,” sign held up by a mother. Her daughter wears a cape.
Women enters with the Trump “Baby” balloons.
Warren Binford speaks about the terrifying situation the children and families are facing, while being detained.
Animals are being marched down the street
Danielle Meyer talks about the struggles Transgender individuals are currently facing.
Protestor waves American “Peace” flag during one of the speeches.
Zyel and Zunyana Crier both sings “Lean on Me” to represent the pain we all share.
Maria Reyes Patino translated in Spanish for all of the other speakers, but she also gave her own speech regarding the struggles illegal immigrants are facing.
Drummers banging along the rhythm of the march.
Sarah Lynn Bennett cheers on the accomplishments of the crowd.
Zyel Crier sings “Quiet” by Milck.
Jennifer Hofmann issues two challenges, the first was self care and commitment to supporting neighbor’s rights, and the second is to take a big heart and commitment to supporting work by organizations to make a difference.