|Posted: 2017 Jan 20
This Friday, 20 January, Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States in what has been one of the most turbulent and divisive campaigns in modern history.
In response, hundreds of women-led protests will happen across the globe to spread a message of inclusiveness and positivity in the wake of the rising tide of intolerance and division that has emerged during the US Election.
What time does the UK march start?
At 12 noon on Saturday January 21
Where abouts does the protest start?
The protest will begin outside the US Embassy which is located on 24 Grosvenor Square, W1A 2LQ.
Here in London, more than 14 thousand people of all genders, races and religions have signed up to march through Mayfair to 'safeguard their freedoms' and spread the spirit of democracy.Thousands protest for women's right on first day of Trump presidency
The route will run from Mayfair to Trafalgar Square. Beginning at Grosvenor Square, marchers will walk to the east of Hyde Park, southwards to Green Park and then left to St. James’ Street. Here, they will walk along Pall Mall, loop around Trafalgar Square and conclude the march at Waterloo Place.