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Maddie Molot / Staff Photographer

Women stand in solidarity with one another as they march through the streets of Washington, D.C.

Last Saturday, we sent our photographers to document Columbia students and protesters at the Women's Marches on Washington, D.C. and New York. Over a hundred students attended the historic event, which drew nearly half a million people.

Washington, D.C.

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Woman chants with marchers in support of women's rights. She, along with many other attendees, wore the pink Pussyhat, which was co-created by Krista Suh, BC '09, as a show of unity. (Maddie Molot / Staff Photographer)

Protesters express their concerns about the fate of the environment under Trump's administration. (Trinity Lester / Staff Photographer)

A minority of Trump supporters rally in front of a concert organized by the Bikers for Trump in Washington, D.C. (Yasmine Akki / Senior Staff Photographer)

A protester throws his hand in the air as two Trump supporters push him to the ground. (Yasmine Akki / Senior Staff Photographer)

Manhattan, N.Y.

Mother and child marching through Manhattan. (Michael Edmonson / Senior Staff Photographer)

A wall of 16 women wearing reflective vests lead the march with a powerful chant. (Michael Edmonson / Senior Staff Photographer)

NYC subway station swarmed with Women's March attendees. To accommodate an estimated 200,000 participants, subway trains were jam-packed Saturday morning. (Michael Edmonson / Senior Staff Photographer)

"We deserve a voice—women are not up for grabs." Jewel Allison and PJ Masten, self-identified Bill Cosby rape survivors, were among the honored guests in attendance at the march. (Michael Edmonson / Senior Staff Photographer)

A taxi driver sits on top of his cab to demonstrate his patriotism. (Jeanette Pala / Staff Photographer)

Women hold large signs showing their frustration with threats on women's rights. (Jeanette Pala / Staff Photographer)

Children hold signs as they join their parents at the march. (Jaime Danies / Senior Staff Photographer)

A protester plays music to hype up the crowd as the march begins. (Jaime Danies / Senior Staff Photographer)

New Yorkers continue march on Second Avenue. (Jaime Danies / Senior Staff Photographer)

Drivers stranded amid streets flooded with participants. Many eventually joined the march. (Jaime Danies / Senior Staff Photographer)

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