Women In Thousands To Protest In London Streets Against Trump’s Presidency

April 17, 2023 6:00 am10 commentsViews: 537

Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of United States this week, and a day after his oath taking ceremony thousands of women are said to be taking to streets in London. Until now over 14,000 people have signed up to walk with the Women’s March on London.

Across the world some 370 sister marches have been organized to take place on January 21. Among the celebrity supporters are Frankie Boyle, Charlotte Church, Ian McKellen, Alexa Chung, Pixie Geldof, Bianca Jagger, Ian McKellen, June Sarpong and Hardeep Singh Kholi.

The march is open for all genders and for all people. It is calls to take part and come forward in safeguarding freedoms that is threatened by recent political events.

March organiser Beth Garner said, “This march was triggered by widespread apprehension at the threat to human rights anticipated in the wake of recent political events.”

Garner is one of the organisers and he adds an increase in hate speech as well as divisive rhetoric was seen in 2016.

She further added Donald Trump’s actions in United States could impact on women in United Kingdom.

Garner mentioned, “Women’s rights are human rights and when one group is marginalised it affects us all.”

The President-elect is alleged of making sexist comments about women including boasting that after becoming a star one can grab women by the p***y.


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