14 Photos Of YouTubers That Turned Up To The Women's March
23 January 2017, 12:38
The post-Inaguration Women's March was the biggest protest the world might ever have seen; and our favourite creators were right in the thick of it.
So the numbers are in: This weekend's Women's March was the biggest peaceful protest in world history. Cities all over the United States (and even the rest of the world) were united in solidarity over issues such as women's reproductive rights, anti-fascism, and a general feeling of disdain towards Trump.
And in case you were wondering - yes, there were a ton of YouTubers out in the crowds. So many of our favourite influential creators were out marching amongst the millions of others; and some of the photos they've posted might be the most inspiring thing we'll see in 2017...
Ingrid Nilsen was out spilling tea in a brilliant t-shirt.
Our bodies. Our choices. pic.twitter.com/XDOsJq8jlB— Ingrid Nilsen (@ingridnilsen) January 21, 2017
And Anna Akana's girl gang went out with a theme.
Franchesca Ramsey brought some of the US' other ongoing major issues to light while marching.
We knew we could count on Laci Green to show up...
...And even she struggled to make a sign because of HOW HUGE THIS MARCH WAS
Riley Dennis and her squad reminded us of not just the size, but the diversity of this march and everyone behind it.
Miles Jai was out in Aspen, showing that even Starbucks was behind the march...
...And Amani Al-Khatantbeh managed to serve some protestor looks.
Also just.... MAMRIE.
And bonus Grace losing her sh*t
Even the men of YouTube came out in force to support the ladies.