One day after Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States, the country saw not only the largest march in its history, but its biggest and greatest coming together. Why coming together? Because the Women's March was all about solidarity between struggling minorities. And since Trump's campaign headlined Islamophobia, Muslim rights took center stage.
Nearly 600,000 people took part in the main march in Washington, and more than 1 million protesters around the whole country hit the streets.
Here are some of the best Muslim solidarity protest signs.