On Saturday, Jan. 21, more than 200,000 people are expected to attend the Women's March On Washington; additionally, hundreds of thousands more will show their support at more than 600 sister marches across the United States and around the globe. Still trying to figure out what to put on your sign for the marcg? These last-minute Women's March sign ideas might inspire your creativity. Even the simplest protest sign can make a powerful impact.
Use these principles as a guide for creating your sign. What means the most to you? Keep it simple and speak from your heart. Ask yourself, "why am I marching?" That should help you decide what you want to say.
Keep in mind that your sign can not be made of anything that can be used as a weapon, so stick to cardboard or poster board; don't mount it on a stick, either. If it's raining where you are marching, you can wrap your sign in clear packing tape to make it waterproof. Still haven't decided if you're going to march? See the full list of the 616 sister marches on womensmarch.com.