Skirmishes between police and protesters marked a day of dissent during the inauguration, one day before the Women's March arrives. Light rain fell on the Capitol as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court swore in Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States.
Protesters outnumbered supporters of Donald Trump in Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day as thousands of demonstrators descended on the nation's capital, with hundreds of thousands more expected to arrive Saturday. And while the marchers were mostly peaceful, chaos also erupted in some pockets of the city as protesters clashed with police, smashed store windows, started a fire on K Street, just blocks from the White House.
A year after the shooting of the unarmed black teenager, photographer Andrees Latif returned to the town where he'd covered the riots. He photographed the residents, canvassing their views on how Brown's death had affected them and the changes they'd seen in their community