Immediately following Donald Trump’s inauguration, more than 2 million people across the world, alongside hundreds of thousands in the US capital, protested the first day of Trump's Presidency. The march wasn't just a protest against Trump, who had made statements which were regarded by many as anti-women, and been publicly accused of sexual harassment and assault prior to his tenure as a ‘politician’ - it was to advocate for legislation and policies regarding women's rights, immigration reform, healthcare, reproductive rights, LGBTQ rights, racial equality, and religious freedom. People of all ages, sexes, genders, and paths of faith dominated the streets and metro of DC. I was lost to the disorganization of it all, but whereever I went there was a unifying rally of excitement, pride, and hope. It was a powerful day, especially for the #nastywomen who could no longer stand to be complacent with injustice that our society has accepted as commonplace. It was a powerful day, and I hope that we can do it all again.