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Initial Photos from the We Are Woman Rally via Reuters

Attendees sit under painted umbrellas as they gather for the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

U.S. Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) addresses the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

U.S. Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) addresses the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

Jacqueline Nantier, (L) wears a red, white and blue burka, as fellow attendee Laura Kacere voices her mild objections to its use as a protest symbol, at the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

People gather for the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

Women sit under umbrellas painted to look like a uterus (L) and a pack of birth control pills at the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

Women sit under umbrellas painted to look like a uterus (L) and a pack of birth control pills at the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

People gather for the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-women legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of polictics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

People gather for the We Are Woman rally for women's rights on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, August 18, 2012. Speakers at the event took on conservative politicians and what they see as anti-woman legislation, while asking their supporters to "remember in November" which side of politics they are on, and to vote in light of those policy differences at election time. REUTERS PICTURES Photo Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

A big thank you to Reuters and photographer Jonathan Ernst for covering the rally!