Today, hundreds of thousands of American women and men are expected to join in Women's Marches to lend their voices "to hope, to change, and to [their] rights." Many have headed to Washington D.C. to stand up against Donald Trump's already divisive presidency. But they will not be alone on the international stage.
Of course, sister marches have also been taking place today in London and other parts of the UK. In locations as varied as Paris, Rome, Melbourne, Kosovo, and Ghana, people have also been hitting the streets to spread the march's message of civil rights and equality. Armed with determination — and many, many inspiring posters — these globally-minded individuals remind us that #LoveTrumpsHate everywhere.