Supporters, opponents of Amy Coney Barrett demonstrate outside Supreme Court

Media Credit: Phebe Grosser | Staff Photographer

Protesters in support and opposition to Supreme Court nominee Amy Cohen Barrett stood outside the Supreme Court on the last day of Senate Judiciary Committee hearings.

Dozens of protesters stood outside the Supreme Court Thursday, some in support and others in opposition of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

If confirmed, Barrett would replace late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the bench. Demonstrators lined the streets around the court on Thursday, the last day of questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Gabrielle Rhoads | Staff Photographer

Key Kick, 11, speaks to a crowd at the Supreme Court during Barrett’s confirmation hearing. He said he’s “here to refuse fascism.”

Megan Tomasi | Photographer

Two men confront each other while Barrett’s confirmation hearings take place.

Phebe Grosser | Staff Photographer

Devin Lucas, 19, stands outside the Supreme Court with the words “my body my choice” written on herself.

Phebe Grosser | Staff Photographer

Protesters from Refuse Fascism DC came dressed as handmaids.

Sophie Moten | Staff Photographer

A group of women hold signs showing their support for Amy Coney Barrett.

Gabrielle Rhoads | Staff Photographer

A man dressed as a parody of President Trump sticks his middle finger up as the Moms for Amy group assembled in front of the Supreme Court on the last day of confirmation hearings.

Phebe Grosser | Staff Photographer

Protestors from Refuse Fascism DC arrive at the protest dressed as handmaids.

Phebe Grosser | Staff Photographer

A demonstrator with Refuse Facism DC chained herself to a bench, illustrating ongoing issues of voter suppression.

Phebe Grosser | Staff Photographer

Protestors dressed as Handmaids raise their fist in the air outside of the Supreme Court.

Zach Brien | Staff Photographer

A group of men wearing “Trump 2020” masks pose for a selfie.

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