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52 Incredible Photos From the San Francisco Women's March

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San Francisco was feeling the lady love on Saturday as an estimated 100,000 people marched from Civic Center to the Embarcadero for the Women's March, which has now shaped up to be the single largest protest in American history with packed-to-the-gills sister marches across the country.


The weather was wildly wet and cold, but no one seemed to mind. Clad in raincoats and everything pink, marchers—women of all backgrounds, their brothers, husbands, boyfriends, buddies, children and pets—marched with energy and amazing strength chanting "This is what democracy looks like" and "Love, not hate, makes America great!" As City Hall shone hot pink, and San Francisco again showed her many splendid colors, we had one of those warm and fuzzy moments—we couldn't love this city more.

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