The central organized 2018 Women's March event is a Power to the Polls demonstration in Las Vegas on Sunday, focused on mobilizing national voter registration for the upcoming midterm election, which could reshape us politics.
This year, the theme has centered on "Power to the Polls".
Rallies took place in 250 major cities and small towns in the US, as well as in London and Paris.
"The women's march of a year ago was a historical moment that we're not trying to replicate", said Bob Bland, who helped organise the 2017 march on Washington, which appeared to draw larger crowds than Trump's swearing-in at the US Capitol.
The signs also came out in full force, as women and men used their expertise and wit to show the Trump administration that they're not going to take this continued oppression.
"Beautiful weather all over our great country", Trump tweeted, "a ideal day for all Women to March".
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In New York, was Leslie, a woman who, like many others, was wearing the same pink cap she wore in the first marchas a "symbol of a new wave of feminism".
"Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months", he wrote.
Activists are returning to the streets a year after millions of people rallied worldwide at marches for female empowerment, hoping to create an enduring political movement that will elect more women to government office. This was the anniversary follow up to the 2017 Women's March on Washington protesting the president's swearing in ceremony.
People held up signs that read, "Brown is Beautiful", "Rise Up Woman" and "Love Not Hate Makes America Great" and they chanted "I'm undocumented and unafraid" and "Black Lives Matter".
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California led more than a dozen Democratic lawmakers on the stage and told the demonstrators that they had "transformed the world". In fact, there is a rift emerging between two organizations, the New York Times recently reported.
This year's action is set against the backdrop of Trump's presidency, which she says "turned out to be as scary as we thought it would be". Among the goals of this year's march are getting more Democrats to run for public office by bolstering voter registration.