Pop-up women choir Groningen sings songs as more and more people gather on the Dam square, carrying signs and banners
Women of the Pop-up women choir Groningen, carrying pink hats, sing songs as more and more people gather on the Dam square
A woman carries a banner with a personal message about sexual assault
Young woman carries a sign with text: "Say no to hate, say yes to pancakes"
Woman and kids dressed in black and pink play with a pink balloon, in which the Dam square is reflected. The boy carries a cape sith the text "Single SuperMom"
Two older ladies carry pink knitted hats. One has a sign on her back that says "My mom walks with us in her thoughts! And <<< her's too! "
Two women representing the National committee of the Netherlands of UN Women, carry sign with facts about 100 years of emancipation in the Netherlands: "100 years emancipation... and now already 22% female mayors" "... and now already 18% professors"
The Dam square in Amsterdam is filled with participants, mainly women, of all backgrounds, colours and creeds
Anousha Nzume, (event MC) opens the manifestation and welcomes all the participants, assisted by a sign language interpreter.
Marjan Sax, feminist lesbien activist talks at the opening of the Women's March
Clarice Gargard (American-Dutch journalist and presenter) gives a short speech at the opening of the event.
Turkish-Dutch photographer Ahmet Polat explains why also men are invited to participate in the Women's March : equality is a goal for all!
Trans queer activist Vreer also talks to the crowd (reflected in his sunglasses) at the opening of the Women's March
Two older ladies with orange hats and colourful clothing are ready to join in the woman's march
Openingsbanner of the Woman's March ... "for one (united) Netherlands"
Over the whole length of the Rokin, a continuous stream of participants (estimated 15 to 20 thousand) march towards the Museum Plein.
A continuous stream of participants, and an orange banner with the text "Netherlands a unity again" and the hashtag 'VoteAgainstHatred' - carried by Avaaz members
Punk dad and baby have joined the crowd participating in the Women's March for equality and solidarity
Group of woman in pink hats carry a banner in favour of allowing free hiv tests
Countless orange umbrella's colour the Amsterdam streets orange as the estimated 15 to 20 thousand participants march from the Dam Square to the Museum Square
Many participants carry orange umbrella's and colourful, creative banners
A variety of people, colours and messages
From the third floor, dad and his little daughter watch the march go by... Maybe Mom is somewhere in the crowd?
Women's march, of course!
Young girl with mask carries her self made sign "Girl power!"
Group with openingbanner of the women's March, Singing songs and shouting slogans. Behind them a crowd of participants with banners and orange umbrella's, as far as the eye can see
Finally the march with opening banner reaches the Museum Square
Making their voices heard: people in the crowd - black woman with sunglasses and black and pink outfit
Making their voices heard: people in the crowd - intimate moment
Babs Gons (spoken word artist) performing at the closure of the Woman's March
Babs Gons (spoken word artist) amuses the audience with a great 'story'
A very attentive audience listens to the several artists at the closing event of the Woman's March (merged image)
Devika Partiman (Stem op een vrouw/ Vote for a woman) explains how voting for a woman lower on the list can help to get more women in Parliament
Devika Partiman (Stem op een vrouw/ Vote for a woman) during her speech at the closing event of the Women's March
Orville Breeveld (Vitamine V) during his performance at the Women's March
Making their voices heard: people in the crowd - White woman with pink knitted hat
Making their voices heard by their presence: people in the crowd - Black couple with voting message
Making their voices heard by their presence: people in the crowd - man with white glasses and green coat
Making their voices heard by their presence: people in the crowd - women of different skin tone enjoy the ambiance