21 Badass Latina Feminist Signs from the Women’s March

The Women’s March on Washington, and those that popped up across the country and the world, made Saturday, January 21 historic. In Washington, D.C., the crowd was more than twice the size of that for Donald Trump’s inauguration. Collectively, the nationwide demonstrations have made the women’s march one of the largest in U.S. history.

Among the millions of (mostly white) protestors were Latinxs, holding signs directed both at the new president and white feminists, who often exclude them from gender justice movements. Ahead, some of the best, intersectional feminista posters we spotted.

MORE: Latinas Are Playing a Major Role in the Women’s March on Washington.

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Raquel Reichard, Politics & Culture Editor

Raquel is the Politics & Culture Editor atLatina.com and Latina magazine, writing on all things policy, social justice, cultura and health. Formerly at millennial news site Mic, Raquel's work can also be found at the New York TimesCosmo for Latinas, the Washington Post, the Independent and more. A proud NuyoFloRican chonga, when Raquel's not talking Latina feminism, racial justice, the "x" in Latinx or the prison industrial complex, she's going on and on about the Puerto Rican diaspora in Orlando, Fla. Follow her on TwitterInstagram and Snapchat at @RaquelReichard.


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