US president Donald Trump completed 100 days in office today (Apr. 29), and he was greeted by more than 200,000 people marching to the White House in Washington, DC and thousands of others marching in cities around the country. The People’s Climate March was designed primarily to resist Trump’s views on the environment. Unlike its predecessor, the March for Science held last week (Apr. 22), the climate march did not claim to be non-partisan.

Time-lapse, bird's-eye video shows thousands of protesters marching toward White House for action on climate change https://t.co/yoYEIbNWAO pic.twitter.com/jNpi7WceZi

— CNN (@CNN) April 29, 2017

As with any large protest, there was no scarcity of witty and incisive protest signs. Quartz has curated a few of the best examples from marches held across the US.

Arlington, Virginia

Representing #energymasters and #energyefficiency at the #climatemarch #ClimateMarchDC #nofilter #3M @ArlEnvironment @ArlingtonAIRE pic.twitter.com/Rfuq1bM8p5

— Taylor (@taylorphone) April 29, 2017

Boston, Massachusetts

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Cornell, New York

@Cornell students making their voices heard at the climate march in Washington D.C. this afternoon #climatemarch pic.twitter.com/7WSftx5a6k

— Cornell Weather (@CornellWeather) April 29, 2017

Florence, Alabama

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Irvine, California

#ClimateMarch #Irvine #OC pic.twitter.com/6IfX9fulfs

— John w/Resistance (@john_coster) April 29, 2017

New York City

Demonstrators march across Fifth Avenue.

Salt Lake City, Utah

@ActualEPAFacts Heading over to Salt Lake City #climatemarch now. pic.twitter.com/X8BE9ksMZZ

— Seriously? (@lizrank) April 29, 2017

Seattle, Washington

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Ventura, California

Not too late to get out to the #climatemarch in Ventura at Plaza Park! Heading to the trails to make a thermometer soon! pic.twitter.com/eu8YUgDmf2

— Solidarity Ventura (@solidarityvta) April 29, 2017

Washington, DC

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#grumpycat #climatemarch pic.twitter.com/CUJVnBRMao

— Jessika Brust (@JessikaBrust) April 29, 2017

#PeoplesClimate #climatemarch pic.twitter.com/aETaULKY3j

— Robert Killheffer (@real_robkill) April 29, 2017

Reunited with the chalkboard! In 2014 we moved it 40 NYC blocks. Today, we're blockading the White House! ✊️ #climatemarch #defendersoftruth pic.twitter.com/sURgr1PtEi

— Lucky Tran (@luckytran) April 29, 2017

The future foretold. #climatemarch pic.twitter.com/P6kdVoYuL3

— climatehawk1 (@climatehawk1) April 29, 2017