Organizers from the Women's March on Washington are back in the nation's capital to protest the nomination of Sen. Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsWarren builds her brand with 2020 down the road Sunday shows preview: Trump stares down 100-day mark Sanctuary City mayors fire back at DOJ over criticism MORE (R-Ala.) as attorney general.
"His record shows that, if confirmed, he would reverse decades of civil rights progress for women, African Americans, the LGBTQIA community and recent immigrants," organizers wrote on their Facebook page ahead of Tuesday's rally.
Senators: Vote YES for Sessions, and we will vote NO for you. #StopSessions— Women's March (@womensmarch) January 31, 2017
Protestors early Tuesday began gathering outside the Dirksen Senate office building, where the Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to approve Sessions before sending his nomination to the full Senate for a vote.
Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-N.Y.) will reportedly join two of the co-chairs of the Women's March during the rally against Sessions, Politico reported. They will also be joined by representatives from the Center for American Progress and the NAACP.
ACTION ALERT: https://t.co/K1FPZi0g65— Yvette D. Clarke (@RepYvetteClarke) January 30, 2017
The Women's March drew half a million people to Washington, D.C., last Saturday in protest of Trump's inauguration.