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The National, Mike McCready, Jeff Tweedy, Courtney Barnett and More Turned Out for the Women’s March
January 22, 2017
Yesterday all around the globe, millions gathered to protest the current Presidential administration and support women's rights. Crowds gathered in Los Angeles, New York, Washington, DC, London, Paris, Sydney and even Boise, Idaho including countless other communities in one of the most historic protests in history.
Among those in attendance, members of The National in Washington, DC, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready and Brandi Carlile in Seattle, Courtney Barnett in Melbourne, Michael Stipe in New York City, Jeff Tweedy in Chicago and Rage Against the Machine's drummer Brad Wilk with U2's The Edge in Los Angeles. Take a look at some of their photos below.
Just when I thought he couldn't be cooler...— Bobbi K Photography (@BobbiKPhoto) January 21, 2017
Dave Matthews at the Women’s March in Seattle today. (h/t Cheryl B) pic.twitter.com/Ka8KNtYOEc
VETERANS AGAINST TRUMP my dad would be proud @noclubclothing #womensmarchnyc #WEAREHERE #RESIST
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Great day. pic.twitter.com/GJ0LjyNd1e
— Jeff Tweedy (@JeffTweedy) January 21, 2017
Mike McCready and Brandi Carlile
Brad Wilk & The Edge
WOW! Just played PRIDE (in the name of love) with these incredible people at the Woman's March. So surreal! #theedge @juliettelewis @abbytravis #U2
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