In what has since been declared the biggest single-day protest in American history, more than four million people took to the streets across the US for the 2017 Women's March. Almost exactly a year later, millions of people will again flood the streets of Las Vegas, New York, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and other cities for the 2018 Women's March on Saturday, January 20, to continue the peaceful fight for equality. The massive demonstration will paint over blues and reds of divisive politics with the pink of resilience and solidarity.
There will also be posters. Thousands upon thousands of posters -- each bearing a message in support of women's equality, racial equality, LGBTQ+ rights, immigrant rights, and basic human rights for all, among other important causes. Making a poster for the march is easy. All you need is a poster, big markers, and maybe some sort of makeshift handle to help you carry it. Perhaps the hardest part is deciding on what you'd like your poster to say to the world. We've gathered a few ideas (listed below) to serve as inspiration, so you show up to your local march prepared.