The world was rocked by a monumental event in January. Not the initiation of the most right wing US government in decades, but the inauguration of the resistance to the sexism, racism and homophobia that Trump represents.
Around the globe 5 million people marched in 670 towns and cities, including 100,000 in London.
The last time the world saw such a scale and breadth of coordinated demonstrations was in February 2003 against the Iraq war.
In the US itself the numbers were even higher this time than they were during the anti-war movement.