Thousands of people will take to the streets in hundreds of cities in the United States and the world this Saturday, January 21, under the banner of Women's March to repudiate the extreme and sexist rhetoric of Donald Trump.
"We are marching for the equality of women, but also for human rights, civil rights," said Cecilia Villar Eljuri, organizer of Women's March in New York.
The main march will be held in Washington DC, where thousands of people are anticipated.
In addition, in 615 places globally and simultaneously will join the protest.
"Let Donald Trump and his government know the first day of their presidency that we are here, we will be heard, we have a voice, we are many," said Alexandra Gacci, organizer of Women's March in New York.
In New York everything is ready and with official permits to group and mobilize about 100 thousand people who will march from 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. in 17 batches, starting at the United Nations and ending at Trump Tower.
"New York City police are having a lot of involvement. We have volunteers who are doing control of crowds, monitoring of marches, agents of information; we have a medical staff, we have access to the route for people with disabilities, "added Alexandra Gacci.
Creating a safe space where participants, men and women, express themselves, are heard, beyond their race, gender, sexual orientation and immigration status, is another objective of the march.
"The equality of women is human equality, and we want women to bring their mothers, their parents, their brothers, their husbands, their lovers, their children, everyone. They should all be included, "said Alexandra Gacci, organizer of Women's March in New York.
"I do believe the number of Latinos who are supporting the movement are starting to grow and it's not just here in New York, but New York does represent many countries," added Cecilia Villar Eljuri, organizer of Women's March in New York .
Organizers estimate that more than 100,000 people here in New York could cram up Fifth Avenue and, globally, the number of participants could add up to one million.
This Friday, 217 people were arrested in Washington, DC, after violet protests against the investiture of Donald Trump as president of the United States.