Here Are Some Of The Women's Marches Happening In Cities Across The US
The main Women's March is taking place in Washington, DC, but others are being held around the nation.
Marches were also held around the world.
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Park City, Utah
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Protesters marched down Main Street in Park City, Utah — where the Sundance Film Festival is currently taking place — and
shared with BuzzFeed News why they were demonstrating.
“Trump is not an ally to the colorful, complicated, spirited people of this country!” one woman told BuzzFeed News at the march, which was organized by comedian Chelsea Handler.
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estimate as many as 25,000 attendees in downtown Pittsburgh for the Women's March. Protesters wielded signs and chanted phrases like, "Tell me what democracy looks like. This is what democracy looks like."
Tens of thousands marched in San Francisco which, according to the
, occurred on the same day as an antiabortion walk that had been also scheduled in the city. San Francisco Chronicle
Marchers first gathered around the Civic Center area and then marched with signs pink hats.
Chronicle reported the crowd was so large some climbed trees to get a better look at the demonstration.
Madison marcher Hillary Joyner told BuzzFeed News that the city's State St. was "completely full up to the Capitol building."
She estimated 25,000 people or more marched.
Providence, Rhode Island
Danielle Izzi said she had heard their rally drew 6,000.
"it was a beautiful, warm day full of hope and strong women," she said.
Protests also broke out around the US on Friday following Trump's inauguration ceremony.
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At least 217 people were
arrested and charged with rioting Friday in the nation’s capital after President Trump’s inauguration ceremony. Six police officers suffered minor injuries.
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New York City saw a star-studded anti-Trump protest on Friday with celebrities like Alec Baldwin, Cher, Julianne Moore, and Mark Ruffalo joined demonstrators outside Trump International Hotel and Tower.
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Protests at the University of Washington in Seattle erupted during a speech given by conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos. One person
was shot during the demonstration and faces potentially life-threatening injuries. Authorities have arrested a suspect.
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People took to the streets across Los Angeles Friday to protest Trump’s inauguration and held signs that read “Hate does not make America great,” and “Immigrants are America’s ghostwriters.”
“The civil rights movement did not happen because people waited around for government to pass this bill or that bill,” 67-year-old Edward Pintzer, 67, told the
. “The true power is with the people.” Los Angeles Times