Yesterday, January 21, 2017 millions of men, women and children all over the world went out to the streets and protested. The Women's March was a historic event we should all be grateful to have lived through. It was a demonstration that despite life not going people's way, that they will not be silenced. Some may say that if we are unhappy with the world's situation, we shouldn't take to the streets and just talk about it at home instead, but the millions of people who marched in the streets of D.C., New York, London, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, and many other cities, proved that we can not sit quietly and grumble amongst ourselves. They showed everyone that we cannot be bystanders in a world of bullies. They taught children that despite having different opinions, we all have a voice that deserves to be heard. The Women's March was a sign that in times of need we can all take a stand together. I hope that this will be the first of  many demonstrations to come and that we will continue to work together to end injustice and inequality.