Women's Convention in Detroit
Actor Rose McGowan raises her fist after addressing the audience. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Heather Wolfe attends day one of the convention. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) (M) raises her arms with Congresswomen Brenda Lawrence (D-Mi) and Debbie Dingell (D-MI) (R). REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
A group of Indigenous women raise their fists as they sing during the opening session. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendee Afton Branche speaks at a Michigan caucuses group. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Women's March, National Co-Chair, Carmen Perez (front, 2-L), takes a knee, onstage with attendees' children and their posters, during the closing. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendees (L-R) Jen Ciolino, Sarah Schulz and Carol Aronosky caucus about Michigan local politics. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Women's March Co-Chair Tamika Mallory (R) addresses the audience, as Co-Chair Carmen Perez looks on during the closing ceremony. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendees Gisele Harrison and Carmela Gaines talk with each other during a break-out group discussion about racism. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Women's March Co-Chairs (L-R) Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez, Tamika Mallory and Bob Bland listen to Congresswoman Maxine Walters (D-CA) speak. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Zahra Billoo, Executive Director, Council on American Islamic Relations (San Francisco) addresses the audience during a panel discussion titled 'Dismantling All Forms Of Oppression'. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendee Kaelyn Jackson, 17, listens to a panel discussion about 'Speechwriting the Resistance'. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Stosh Cotter, Chief Executive Bend the Arc Jewish Action addresses the audience as Rebecca Cokley, (L) disability rights activist and activist Erika Andiola listen during a panel discussion about 'Dismantling All Forms Of Oppression'. REUTERS/Rebecca...more
Attendee Andella White raises her hands. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendees Jennifer Alberts (L) and Twanna A. Hines listen to a panel discussion about 'Speechwriting the Resistance'. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendees Miriam Campbell and her daughters Hannah (L) and Lily pose next to the social justice art exhibit. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendee Laura Klieves listens to a panel discussion about 'Speechwriting the Resistance'. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
An art exhibit of social justice images is seen. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Attendees gather in break-out groups to talk about 'Confronting Anti-Semitism and White Supremacy'. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Activist Carolina Rubio talks about the non-profit 'Moms Rising' at her booth. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Linda Sarsour, National Co-Chair, Women's March, addresses the audience. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Tamika Mallory, National Co-Chair, Women's March, addresses the audience. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Isra Chaker (L) and Martha Neuman watch as a display of social justice images is assembled before the start of the convention. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Rosa Clemente, President of Know Thy Self Productions, addresses the audience during the opening session. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Founder of the #MeToo campaign Tarana Burke (R) introduces actor Rose McGowan to speak. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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