Trump and Wilders don headscarves in Amsterdam exhibition

UPDATED ON MAR 04, 2017 06:48 PM IST
The Nasty Women movement has put together a new exhibition in Amsterdam which takes aim at U.S. President Donald Trump and Dutch far-right nationalist candidate Geert Wilders. The exhibition is looking to raise more awareness about women's rights. U.S. President Donald Trump and Dutch far-right nationalist candidate Geert Wilders are seen with headscarves. The first exhibition took place in New York before Trump's inauguration. The show in Amsterdam opens on March 15.
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The Nasty Women movement has put together a new exhibition in Amsterdam which takes aim at U.S. President Donald Trump and Dutch far-right nationalist candidate Geert Wilders. The exhibition is looking to raise more awareness about women's rights. U.S. President Donald Trump and Dutch far-right nationalist candidate Geert Wilders are seen with headscarves. The first exhibition took place in New York before Trump's inauguration. The show in Amsterdam opens on March 15.

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