New Britain Residents Join Protests for Women’s Rights and Against Trump

Press Pool,

The day after the inauguration of Republican President Donald Trump, millions of people joined the Women’s March, advocating for women’s right and protesting what Trump has said he would do and what has already begun to do. New Britain residents joined the main protest in Washinton, DC, and a sister protest in Hartford.

The Hartford sister protest had 10,000 people in attendance.

Sen. Terry Gerratana (D-New Britain, Berlin, Farmington) with other state legislators. Frank Gerratana photo.

Gov. Dannel Molloy speaks at the Women’s March. Frank Gerratana photo.

Scene from the Women’s March in Hartford. Frank Gerratana photo.

Dignitaries at the Women’s March in Hartford. Frank Gerratana photo.

Scene from the Women’s March in Hartford. Frank Gerratana photo.

Gov. Dannel Malloy and state First Lady Cathy Malloy at the Women’s March in Hartford. Frank Gerratana photo.