SCENE: The Women’s Solidarity March 2018

On Sunday, January 21, Buffalo joined myriad rallies across the country for the second annual Women’s Solidarity March, speaking out against current policy that aims to chip away at progressive legislation in the lives of women, minorities, immigrants, and transgender people. Hundreds of people descended on the steps of Buffalo City Hall on the cloudy but mild Sunday, sporting the now iconic “pussyhat,” a plethora of cheeky and somber protest signs lining the horizon. It was a peaceful, loving event, with people from all over the city joining in solidarity for a brighter future. — KMM