This is where I usually post the mid-century stuff I picked up over the week. Instead, we're dealing with some civil rights issues that should have been laid to rest in the mid-century.
On January 21, over 5 Million people all around the world marched with this vision:
We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.
San Diego had a strong showing, with tens of thousands of people meeting at the Civic Center, seen here around the fountain by Malcolm Leland. The San Diego Civic Theater (1965) by Llloyd Ruocco is in the background.
Photo: Instagram user killemallwithkindness
Librarians are even pissed! That's a Leland relief up there.
Photo: Instagram user beblissbound
Hundreds of thousand marched in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles DWP by AC Martin can be seen in the distance.
Photo: Mayor of LA
Photo: Instagram user niyagray
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Headquarters (1965) by AC Martin
Source: AC Martin
Thousand took to the streets of St. Louis
Source: STL Today
Gateway Arch (1965) by Eero Saarinen
Photo: Instagram user jashuang531
Hawaii State Capitol
Hawaii State Capitol (1969) by Belt, Lemmon & Lo and John Carl Warnecke & Associates
Photo: Darren Bradley
I participated in the Palm Springs march.
"Not My President" in front of an Albert Frey Fire Station in Palm Springs
Photo: Instagram user careyseuthe
It doesn’t end here.
Go to Women's March and do your part.