Under an ominous sky that never made good on its threat, turnout estimates for the Women’s March on Washington more than doubled expectations. Organizers of the protest — held to object to the inauguration of President Donald Trump — could no longer organize, but maybe they didn’t need to. Of the hundreds of thousands that descended on Washington, D.C., law enforcement reported no arrests. The crowd on Jan. 21 seemed to organize itself. The newly minted Trump addressed the intelligence community to mixed reviews that same day, but knit pink “pussy hats” around the globe dominated the news.