New notice of America's resistance to protect human, civil and gender liberties and to protect the environment, was explicitly demonstrated via the popular Women's March on the day after the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States(US).
Since that day, January 21, 2017, Americans have been staging demonstrations and rallies in many cities across the country in resistance to the agenda of Donald Trump. After the women's march, Scientists, last weekend, joined the lengthening list of groups demonstrating in Washington, DC, as they rallied for continued support and respect of science.
Today, the Climate March - a diversified group of climate activists, environmentalists, children, parents, grandmothers, grandfathers, social activists and regular people, takes place on the National Mall, to protect the climate, to create good-paying jobs and to push for a just world.
The Climate March takes places on the 100th day of Trump's occupation of the White House and it affirms the intent of the American people to resist, to build and to rise in the Trump era. The people will march to protect liberties and the environment.