The biggest demonstration will take place in Washington on Saturday, the day after Mr Trump’s inauguration tomorrow (Friday January 20).
As many as 200,000 people and high-profile celebrities could take to the streets as part of the Women’s March in Washington.
Organisers argue that Mr Trump’s rhetoric during the election campaign has “insulted, demonised, and threatened many of us”.
They declare: “The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights.
“We stand together, recognising that defending the most marginalised among us is defending all of us.”
Over here in the UK, another Women's March protest will take place on Saturday outside the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, central London.
The global movement claims that there will be 620 marches across more than 60 countries as part of the "world's largest day of action ever".
People protest as electors gather to cast their votes in Pennsylvania in December
620 marches. 60 + countries. 1.5 million people. This is the worlds largest ever day of action and we are making history together. ������������������
— Women's March London (@womensmarchlon) January 19, 2017
Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER) is also planning a mass protest in Washington, DC, tomorrow to coincide with Mr Trump’s inauguration.
Thousands of anti-Trump protesters will demonstrate along the inaugural parade route along Pennsylvania Avenue.
Filmmaker Michael Moore, Alec Baldwin and Mark Ruffalo will hold a ‘massive’ rally in front of the Trump International Hotel in New York tonight.
“We are sending a message that we will fight, at every step, discrimination and harmful policies, today, tomorrow and every day,” Ruffalo told AP.
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Today (Thursday January 19) also is ’national day of action’ by teachers’ unions with school rallies defending the nation’s public schools.
The week of demonstrations across the US began with a civil rights march to the Martin Luther King memorial in Washington on Sunday.
Speakers urged the mostly black protesters to fight for minority rights and Obamacare, which Mr Trump has vowed to dismantle.
Teachers’ unions have organised a “day of action” and school rallies to “stand up for the fully funded public schools” on January 19,