Connie Chow was among the several thousand people who took to Cambridge Common today to continue the resistance.
Jessica Chapel was there as well:
A #Handmaid served as a silent warning against Trump and his opinion and treatment of women at the #WomensMarch2018 check it my #BostonMetro picshttps://t.co/l2aF8CFzyy@universalhub pic.twitter.com/zyKwVNWUGL
— Derek Kouyoumjian (@DerekImage) January 20, 2018
Our view from the stage at #womensmarchboston today. Looking good, Cambridge! #womensmarch2018 #protestchoir #icantkeepquiet #breadandroses #metoo #timesup @universalhub @JanCoalition pic.twitter.com/kMXtDdTQph
— Vocal Opposition (@protestchoir) January 20, 2018
This gentlemen was in opposition to the Trump supporters seen above; these volunteers patiently talked to him for five minutes telling him his masked presence was perhaps causing more stress than it was helping. He said, "I'll leave when the nazis leave." pic.twitter.com/QsB2t4kbjn
— Ryan H. Walsh (@JahHills) January 21, 2018