A crowd reported to number about 5,000 found solidarity, pride, and comfort in themes of social justice and human rights on Sunday in Cincinnati.
They gathered in Washington Park for the Cincinnati Sister March that was spawned, like marches in many cities in the U.S. and abroad, by the Women’s March on Washington.
In the last 25 years, there has not been a larger rally in Cincinnati, said Jennifer Summers, a long-time activist in the city and director of Peaslee Neighborhood Center.
Pink knit caps with pussy cat ears, so-called Pussyhats, were out in force. They are a political statement in protest to President Trump’s lewd language and behavior towards women revealed in a video released during the campaign.