Women's March takes to the streets, faces scrum with Christian nationalists at SCOTUS

On the 22nd of January, the Women's March took to the streets in DC and many other cities for abortion rights. In DC, swarms of Christian nationalists and other forced-birth advocates counterprotested at the Supreme Court, leading to some tense confrontations. Women are NOT going to back down on abortion rights, no matter what the church demands!

Video from the DC Women's March including a pushy right-winger at SCOTUS 45 sec

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Facing aggressive forced-birth supporters at the Supreme Court

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Photo by Our rights DC

Video: Camera Pan clip of the vigil by Shut Down DC 2 sec clip

On the 18th of January, police assaulting the Atlanta Forest Defense/Stop Cop City treesits shot and killed forest defender "Tortuguita" or "Tort." He was murdered after a cop was shot by another cop in a blue-on-blue "friendly fire" incident. Since then vigils have been held across Turtle Island. One of them drew an estimated 50-75 people to Malcolm X Park here in DC on Jan 24.

Still from Our Rights DC video captures swastika in flag flown by a forced birth advocate

Video-Our rights DC counterprotests PAAU at Supreme Court 25 sec

On Jan 20, so-called "Progressive Anti Abortion Uprising"(a literally fetus-stealing religious group) and their allies showed up at the Supreme Court during the so-called "March 4 Life." Present also at SCOTUS were several antichoice Gay men, helping to pave the way for their own fate if the GOP decides to round up the entire LGBTQ community. A bullhorn in siren mode helped drown out PAAU's lies.

Video from clips by Our rights DC 1 min

On the 20th of January, hard core anti-abortion/forced birth activists led by defrocked priest held Frank Pavone the "National Prayer Service " before marching on the Capitol and Supreme Court. As the service got underway, abortion rights and transgender rights activists shouted it down, one after another.

Photo by Muslim Counter Publics Lab

On the 8th of January, protesters assembled at the DC home of Jeff Bezos (one of many of his homes) for a candlelight vigil to remember Poushawn Brown. At the start of the covid pandemic, she was ordered to test other workers at Amazon with zero protective equipment and died as a result of this shameful refusal to provide any kind of protection. Amazon has refused to pay her family a penny even though this assignment was illegal.