Photos: The Women's March In Washington By Amr Alfiky, Olivia Sun, Tyrone Turner , Becky Harlan Published January 19, 2019 at 6:49 PM EST Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Editor's note: This report includes images that some readers may find offensive. Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. / Becky Harlan/NPR / Tanya Brooks rode on a bus overnight from Bay City, Mich., to attend the Women's March in Washington, D.C. She also attended the inaugural Women's March in 2017. / Amr Alfiky/NPR / Crowds gathered in Washington, D.C. for third annual march despite reports of rain and snow. / Amr Alfiky/NPR / The demonstrators took to the streets just weeks after <a href="https://www.npr.org/2018/11/07/665019211/a-record-number-of-women-will-serve-in-congress-with-potentially-more-to-come">women were sworn into Congress</a> in record numbers. / Becky Harlan/NPR / D.C. resident Anne Seymour participates in the march. Becky Harlan / NPR / Medea Benjamin (left), who lives in D.C., and California resident Ellen Sturtz greet each other at the Women's March. The friends hadn't seen one another for a number of years. / Amr Alfiky/NPR / Marches also took place nationwide from New York to San Francisco, to Dallas, Philadelphia and Portland, Maine. / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / / Becky Harlan/NPR / The Batala Washington all-women Afro-Brazilian band. / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / / Becky Harlan/NPR / Demonstrators raised signs about LGBTQ rights, #BlackLivesMatter and immigration, as well as a myriad of posters referencing President Trump. / Becky Harlan/NPR / Bryana Moore, Veronika Funke, Nancy Haugh, students at James Madison University (JMU), and Katie Lese, a lecturer at JMU, traveled to Washington, D.C. for the Women's March. Becky Harlan / NPR / Marchers head toward Freedom plaza during the 2019 Women's March in Washington, D.C. / Becky Harlan/NPR / Sisters Lizzie and Helen Greene attend the Women's March in D.C. with their parents. / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / Virginia Gordon, 96 (seated in wheelchair) from Champagne, Ill., leads a family cohort of four generations of women attending the Women's March. / Amr Alfiky/NPR / / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / Krista Bombardier, of Lynchburg, Va., yells as she passes anti-abortion demonstrators near the Trump International Hotel. / Tyrone Turner/WAMU / / Amr Alfiky/NPR / / Amr Alfiky/NPR / Marchers in Washington gathered in Freedom Plaza, unlike the previous two marches, which had taken place on the National Mall.