#JewishResistance: Top 10 Photos From the Women’s Marches

Jewish activists took to the streets with hundreds of thousands of fellow anti-Trump protesters at women's marches from Oakland to Tel Aviv.

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Jewish protester at the NYC women's march against Trump
Jewish protester at the NYC women's march against TrumpCredit: Gili Getz
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Jewish activists joined women’s marches across the U.S. on Saturday, protesting against U.S. President Donald J. Trump. “As Jews, we have a moral obligation, when we see injustice, to speak out. As our signs say, we were strangers in Egypt,” protester Myrna Baron told Haaretz reporter Taly Krupkin in New York. Jewish-themed signs were present at the protest in New York, Washington D.C., Portland and San Francisco. In Tel Aviv, too, hundreds of Israeli-American activists protested in solidarity.

Charlotte, North Carolina

NYC, New York

Oakland, California

Portland, Oregon

San Francisco, California

Washington D.C.

Tel Aviv, Israel

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