Thousands marched in America and across the globe on Sunday. While marchers in 120 cities turned out for the Equality March, to support the LGBTQ community, marchers in San Francisco participated in Resist March, to celebrate America’s diversity and support human rights.

“This year, the LGBTQ community is lending our iconic rainbow flag to anyone who feels like their rights are under threat and to anyone who feels like America’s strength is its diversity,” Brian Pendleton, a Resist March organizer, told the Los Angeles Times, “The political climate we find ourselves in has driven us to galvanize and unite.”

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Meanwhile, as part of Pride month, thousands of people celebrated LGBTQ rights at Equality Marches. “I’m here because it’s a matter of celebrating and supporting LGBTQIA identity. It’s not about politics or policy or a difference in political opinion. It’s about an administration denying our identity. We will resist completely,” Timothy Kaine, who came to Washington, D.C., from Ohio, told the PBS NewsHour.

And, of course, there was no shortage of clever signs.

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