...Pink march yesterday filled the streets of Washington DC, but you got to touch all corners of the world. A march to reinforce women's rights and to challenge the rise to power of Donald Trump, who was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America. In the US capital are hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. Most of them with the head a pink cap. A flood that began to focus from early in the morning near the Capitol, where the crowd witnessed the interventions of activists and Hollywood stars like actress Scarlett Johanson, Ashley Judd. Among them America Ferrera, who said: "The president is not the United States. We are the United States and we are here to stay". Also present were the singer Janelle Monße and journalist Gloria Steinem, the feminist icon. Among the crowd, even the former Secretary of State John Kerry, seen walking with the dog and sports shoes. Instead there was Hillary Clinton who has given his support via Twitter, asking to "talk and march for our values." The march moved to the National Mall gardens, towards the White House, filling the streets of the capital as long you could not see. A river over a kilometer and a half. To get an idea of the influx was helpful to look at the access to the underground numbers: 11 am local time, there were already 275 thousand races (at the same time yesterday, the Inauguration Day, they numbered 193 thousand), ie eight times the normal volume of travel by underground quell'orario. But the strength of the event was to be able to cause a giant echo in many American cities and in dozens of foreign countries capitals. Worldwide they were held over 670 marches, as reported by the official website of the event which promises two million and a half demonstrators. In the US, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami and Tallahassee, Florida's capital...