In what what could be the largest rally in Green Valley history, an estimated 350 people — mostly women — gathered Jan. 21, 2017, to send a pointed message to the new Trump administration: You will listen to us.
The event, a day after Donald Trump took office, was an offshoot of the Women's March on Washington.
It was sponsored by Alliance4Action, a local activist group.
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MaryBeth Mansir of Green Valley carries a sign Jan. 21, 2017, at the Women's March on Green Valley.
The rally took place at La Canada Drive and Esperanza Boulevard, near Green Valley Village.
Many of the signs played off a vulgar comment by Donald Trump from 2005 involving grabbing women.
Nina Mann of Green Valley holds a sign.
Many passing drivers gave the marchers a thumbs-up, but not all of them.
Katie Woo of Green Valley made 28 "pussyhats," a not-so-subtle reference to Trump's vulgar comments about grabbing women. The hats have become a symbol of the rallies across the world. Woo handed out the hats; one went to Karen Lundstrom of Green Valley (left), a winter visitor from Minnesota.
Marianne Adams of Green Valley has a friend take a photo at the rally.
Terry Valo, a Green Valley resident and winter visitor from Oregon, holds a sign.
Iyanna Monie, 5, of Sahuarita, brought her mom and sign to the rally.