The Women’s March on Madison, which occurred alongside a nationwide movement, created not only a united front against the perpetuation of oppression but also an avenue for people of all backgrounds to express female joy through art.

While many feelings of anger, fear and despair spread to some following the inauguration, the gigantic crowd Saturday displayed a message of hope and a feeling of community.

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Expressed through creative signs, dance, live music and speeches, the women and allies at the Women’s March used their unique perspectives and identities to reveal messages regarding gender inequality, Planned Parenthood, environmental issues, racial inequality, dissatisfaction with the president and health care.

Through the culmination of unity came an event that expressed both the collective and individual goals of the women’s movement.