Signs for the taking. Artwork by Mike Luckovich, political cartoonist for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. At the Rally for Resilience at The Mammal Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. April 28, 2017
Sign-making station at The Mammal Gallery.
Reverend Durley gets the crowd fired up at The Mammal Gallery.
Sharing contact information for the buddy system.
Lauren Reef, bus #3 captain, gives the first of many updates.
And eleven-hour bus ride through the night.
Bus 3 co-driver.
Nova Saigo, Redrum MC, Liaison officer at United Confederation of Taino People, headdress maker.
Spelman college students at RFK Stadium.
Never too late to make a sign.
Crowds waiting to take the metro. The ticket machines had stopped taking cash, so many chose to walk the 2.4 miles to the start of the march.
The over-40 crowd made good use of hats on a hot sunny day.
Approaching the Capitol Reflecting Pool.
Brionte McCorkle, Sierra Club Georgia Chapter, holds the phone for a group selfie.
Our next apocalypse blockbuster.
Enjoying the shade.
If you didn't bring a sign, these people had posters to spare.
A key concern for many in the path of natural gas excavation.
Flags marked where signs could be left on the Mall lawn to spell out something that no one I met knew.
Music with a message at the Washington Monument, post-marching.
"Putin's Puppet" meets with skeptical constituents.
Everywhere a sign. On the mall by the Washington Monument.
Robin Perl, NYC artist, with her one-of-a-kind sign.
Sierra Club Georgia Chapter marchers boarding the bus for home.
Lauren Reef, Bus 3 Captain, waiting for the last to arrive for the bus.
Final drop off at Five Points MARTA Station, Atlanta, GA.