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Women's marches around the world

Updated 5:37 PM ET, Sat January 21, 2017
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A woman wears a US flag like a hijab during a protest of US Democrats Abroad in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on January 21, 2017, one day after the inauguration of the US President. GREGOR FISCHER/DPA/Getty Images
Activists gather in Civic Center Park for the Women's March on Denver on Saturday, January 21. Andy Cross/Denver Post/Getty Images
Protesters hold up anti-Trump signs as more than 2,000 people protest during the Women's March on the Trocadero in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France on January 21, 2017. Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images
Participants assemble on Dag Hammarskjold Plaza and 2nd Avenue during the Women's March in New York City on Saturday, January 21. The march's path is planned to end at Trump Tower. Susan Watts/NY Daily News/Getty Images
A protester carries an effigy of President Donald Trump during the Women's March in London, England on January 21, 2017. The idea for the Women's March originated in Washington, DC but soon people around the world began organizing their own protests to express concerns about possible attacks on equality, diversity and women's rights. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
A woman holds a sign during the Women's March in San Jose, Costa Rica, on January 21, 2017. Hundreds of people took to the streets of San Jose in opposition to what they perceive as the hardline policies of President Donald Trump. EZEQUIEL BECERRA/AFP/Getty Images
Supporters in the Antarctic Peninsula take part in a women's march on Saturday, January 21. According to organizers, the march includes about 30 people who are eco-minded tourists and non-government scientists. Some held signs saying, "Penguins for Peace" and "Seals for Science." Women's March - Antarctic Peninsula
Demonstrators gather in Oslo, Norway, on Saturday, January 21, to show solidarity with the Women's March on Washington and other protests around the world. The goal of the marches is to raise awareness of women's rights and other civil rights participants fear could be threatened under Donald Trump's presidency. Stian Lysberg Solum/AP
Thousands of people filled Boston Common for the Boston Women's March for America on Saturday, January 21, 2017. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh wave to the crowd as they march down Commonwealth Avenue. John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe/Getty Images
Protesters listen to speeches in London's Trafalgar Square after taking part in a march to promote women's rights. PA Images/Sipa USA
Protesters gather outside the US Embassy in London. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
Protesters rally in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Steffi Loos/Getty Images
A young supporter participates in the march in Sydney. Andrew Murray/AFP/Getty Images
Demonstrators hold signs supporting human rights in Amsterdam, Netherlands. ROBIN UTRECHT/AFP/Getty Images
People hold up a drawing of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin kissing while taking of part in the Women's March on January 21, 2017 in New York City. The Midtown Manhattan event was one of many anti-Trump protests nationwide that came a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. John Moore/Getty Images
A dog joins demonstrators at the Women's March in London, United Kingdom on January 21, 2017. Ray Tang/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
People take part in a march in front of the US Embassy in Accra, Ghana. CRISTINA ALDEHUELA/AFP/Getty Images
People gather outside the US Consulate in Krakow, Poland during the Women's March on Washington on January, 21 2017. Artur Widak/NurPhoto/Getty Images
Protesters sit in front of police separating them from a small pro-Trump rally in Sydney. Brook Mitchell/Getty Images
Women's rights activists take part in a march in Pristina, Kosovo. ARMEND NIMANI/AFP/Getty Images