La Beouf himself, wearing a beanie, hovered at the edge of the scene as Vulture noted."The mantra ' HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US' acts as a show of resistance or insistence, opposition or optimism, guided by the spirit of each individual participant and the community," the livestream site explains about the project.
There were early signs that the crowds in Washington could top those that gathered for Trump's inauguration on Friday.
City officials said organizers of the Women's March on Washington more than doubled their turnout estimate to 500,000 as crowds began swelling and subways into the city became clogged with participants.
According to the Arizona Daily Sun, the woman has been identified as 30-year-old Marissa Morris. He says his department retaliated by firing him.] The video shows Bonar and Morris in a tense exchange, apparently about whether she can be taken into custody. Off-camera, those watching the violent interaction plead with Morris, saying: “Just let him arrest you, just let him arrest you,” and, “Just let him.” “I didn’t do anything!
Morris insists that she cannot be arrested until she knows that there is a warrant for her arrest. ” Morris screams as the officers struggle to put her on the ground and handcuff her. ” Morris is eventually led off, shouting: “I don’t have a warrant! ” Screaming, she continues to struggle as she is loaded in the back of a cruiser.
Record crowds took to the streets to help bring women's rights into the spotlight.
"Our dignity, our character, our rights have all been under attack and a platform of hate and division assumed power yesterday. The message reverberated at demonstrations around the globe, from Paris and Berlin to Sydney and beyond.
It's something new, something unique that's not going to be perfect right out of the gate," she said.
Many wore hand-knit "pussyhats" -- a message of female empowerment aimed squarely at Trump's crude boast about grabbing women's genitals.
Rose Wurm, 64, a retired medical secretary from Bedford, Pennsylvania, boarded a Washington-bound bus in Hagerstown, Maryland, at 7 a.m.
carrying two signs: one asking Trump to stop tweeting, and one asking him to fix, not trash, the Obamacare health law."There are parts of it that do need change.
Hundreds of groups quickly joined the cause, pushing a wide range of causes, including abortion rights, gun control, climate change and immigrant rights.