In the early evening on Friday, the crowd at Union Station, Washington’s train hub, was overwhelmingly female—a line for taxis stretched 41 people long, and only 9 of them were men.

The celebration over Trump’s election continues late into the night, with a series of balls and events. But tomorrow morning in DC,  just blocks from where Trump delivered a dark inaugural speech about a broken America; dozens of speakers and performers, from American Federation of Teachers head Randi Weingarten, to 1990s folk rock duo The Indigo Girls, to actress Scarlett Johansson, will take the stage. There will be a lactation tent and a bike valet, and most likely, a big crowd by the time the proceedings start at 10am (the march begins at 1pm.)

Student Madison Guare said she was taking part in the march “to make it clear that we don’t support the president’s agenda.” Guare seemed incredulous as she spoke at Union Station. “I can’t believe I have to call him the president now.”

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