How To Follow & Support The Women’s March Online

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On Saturday, January 21, hundreds of thousands of women and men around the country are expected to participate in Women's Marches to stand up for civil rights, equality, and justice under an already contentious Trump presidency.
Regardless of whether or not you can make it to a march, there are still plenty of ways to follow the action and make your voice heard online. Below, we've rounded up people to follow, hashtags to share, profile photos to change, and places to watch.
Join in, because #LoveTrumpsHate.
Watch The March
If you can't get to the event in Washington, D.C., or a local march, you can still watch online. We're sharing CBS News' coverage here, beginning at 10 a.m. The Women's March on Washington will also be livestreaming on its Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter accounts.
Update Your Facebook & Twitter Profile Photos
Stand in solidarity with those marching by changing your profile photo to one of the posters marchers will be carrying. You can download the images Refinery29 designed or one of the five winning posters produced by the Amplifier Foundation in partnership with the Women's March on Washington.
Tweet, Instagram & Follow These Hashtags
The most popular hashtags will likely be #womensmarch, #WomensMarchOnWashington, #whyImarch, and #womensmarchonnyc, but you can also follow and tweet at #WMWYouth, #WeWontGoBack, and #LoveTrumpsHate.
Follow These Accounts
To see the march from the perspectives of the multiple organizations taking part, follow @womensmarch, @WomensMarchNYC, @emilyslist, @NARAL, and any of the other march partners. Also, look to follow some of the march's speakers, who include Gloria Steinem, Janet Mock, and Melissa Harris-Perry.
Some of the celebs who will be marching and likely posting on their Instagram and Twitter feeds include Evan Rachel Wood, America Ferrera, and Chrissy Teigen.

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