January 20, 2017 — Inauguration Friday

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Over 30 members of IGDC have been documenting the events in our city today. Over the next three days, they will be sharing photos each day which will present a non-partisan portrait of our city during this historic weekend. We are proud to support our community in this effort and hope you enjoy the perspective.

Just a note about current events: IGDC, as a collective, has no political affiliation and doesn’t endorse any opinions which are expressed in the photos we choose to feature.

@Korofina
Location: Constitution Avenue, NW
Park Service Guard and Horse

 

@Korofina
Location: 13th Street NW, between E and F Streets
The Madam said: “I wish I knew how to quit you, Vlad”

Korofina’s Instagram.


@ashleysinha
McPherson Square
Protest conflict on K Street

 

@ashleysinha
McPherson Square
Protest conflict on K Street

Ashleysinha’s Instagram.


@realronjunior
McPherson Square
While this group sang New Orleans style Jazz in the park, a limo was being set on fire a few blocks over.

 

@realronjunior
McPherson Square
Some people did not take too kindly to Donald Trump’s assertion that he could freely grab a woman’s genitals.

Realronjunior’s Instagram.


@jabber_walking

 

@jabber_walking

Jabberwalking’s Instagram.


@dmvbeth

 

@dmvbeth

Dmvbeth’s Instagram.


@flipflopcaravan
1st & D St NW
Protesters shut down a main security access point to the National Mall.

 

@flipflopcaravan
Near the National Mall
Protesters & riot police stand face to face, bringing access to a security entrance to the National Mall to a standstill.

 

@flipflopcaravan
Chinatown
Gotta get that selfie?

Flipflopcaravan’s Instagram.


@e_christine13
Dupont Circle

E_christine13’s Instagram.


@awalkinthewild
Taken at 11th and E

 

@awalkinthewild
Taken on E Street between 9th and 10th

Awalkinthewild’s Instagram.


@vpickering
Trump supporters near the White House / Victoria Pickering

 

@vpickering
Trump cut-out on Pennsylvania Avenue / Victoria Pickering

Vpickering’s Instagram.


@thisisjamesj
Franklin Square
Protest turns to riot as a car is set on fire in front of the Washington Post building.

 

@thisisjamesj
Franklin Square
A couple nervously makes their way between protestors and police while crossing the street.

Thisisjamesj’s Instagram.


 

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