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  • Women's marches pop up all over the U.S.

    Unexpectedly large crowds of women and human rights activists took to the streets of Washington, D.C., Chicago, Charlotte and even smaller towns like Boise. Protesters around the country marched for women's and civil rights and were intended to send a message to President Donald Trump on his first full day in office.

Unexpectedly large crowds of women and human rights activists took to the streets of Washington, D.C., Chicago, Charlotte and even smaller towns like Boise. Protesters around the country marched for women's and civil rights and were intended to send a message to President Donald Trump on his first full day in office. Alexa Ard McClatchy
Unexpectedly large crowds of women and human rights activists took to the streets of Washington, D.C., Chicago, Charlotte and even smaller towns like Boise. Protesters around the country marched for women's and civil rights and were intended to send a message to President Donald Trump on his first full day in office. Alexa Ard McClatchy

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