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GALLERY: Boston Red Cloaks protest confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

The Boston Red Cloaks, a group of women who dress up as handmaids from “The Handmaid’s Tale” and advocate for women’s equality, gathered on the steps of the Massachusetts State House on Sunday to protest the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Demonstrators march along Beacon Street to the Massachusetts State House. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
While most demonstrators wore handmaids costumes, others dressed up as late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Statue of Liberty. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Demonstrators line up along the State House steps. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Protesters use metal coat hangers to hold their fabric signs. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Massachusetts Rep. Tami Gouveia calls on the state’s legislature to pass the Act to Remove Obstacles and Expand Abortion Access, or the ROE Act. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Demonstrators tilt their heads down and allow their caps to cover their faces. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Protesters pass each other coat hangers carrying signs. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Protesters carry signs comparing modern politics to the Women’s Suffrage Movement. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Costumed demonstrators carrying signs and flags cross Beacon Street. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Demonstrators walk through the Boston Public Garden. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Protesters stand on the Boston Public Garden Foot Bridge and look out at the pond. SHANNON DAMIANO | DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

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