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March for Life Art Contrasts with Vulgar Signs at Women’s March in 30 Photos

(Katie Yoder/National Review)

This weekend, Americans traveled from across the country to Washington, D.C., to participate in the March for Life and the Women’s March by walking with their poster art. While the pro-life marchers’ art focused on women and unborn life, the posters of Women’s March attendees, including small children, displayed anti-Trump messages along with vulgar imagery and words.

The Women’s March began Saturday morning at Freedom Plaza. The protest, which features a slew of liberal talking points, began in 2017 in response to the election of the president. While the first march boasted hundreds of thousands in Washington, D.C., the 2019 march appeared much smaller.

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The preceding day, the March for Life had gathered at the National Mall and proceeded down Constitution Avenue to end in front of the Supreme Court. For 46 years the March has challenged Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in America. Each year, the march attracts tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of pro-life citizens.

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