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By Gretchen Frazee
President Donald Trump’s actions have energized his opponents in the opening days of his presidency. But the fast pace of events in the two weeks since the Women’s March have also underscored the political challenges inherent in organizing a wide-ranging…
By Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Organizers of Saturday's marches against President Donald Trump are promising 10 additional actions to take during the first 100 days of Trump's presidency.
By Lisa Lerer and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Trump both derided the Women's March and defended the rights of the demonstrators over the course of about 90 minutes on Sunday morning.
By PBS NewsHour
One day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated, thousands of people joined the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and other demonstrations around the world to advocate for reproductive, immigration, racial equality and worker’s rights. The NewsHour Weekend’s Ivette Feliciano reports…
By Corinne Segal
The Women’s March has reached Antarctica -- specifically, a ship of about 100 travelers on an expedition to the continent.
By News Desk
We'll be providing live coverage of the Women's March in Washington, D.C., and related demonstrations around the world. Join us all day Saturday for updates, photos and stories from people on the ground.
On Saturday, another crowd will gather on the National Mall -- not to celebrate, but to advocate. William Brangham talks with Bob Bland and Carmen Perez, co-chairs of the Women's March On Washington, about the organization’s mission to protect women’s…
Critics and some Trump opponents have cast the Women's March in Washington, D.C. as an anti-Trump protest, but organizers insist it’s a nonpartisan event aimed at advancing a specific policy agenda. But even if the groups behind the march coalesce…
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
People planning to attend the Women's March in Washington cite a number of causes, from gay rights, reproductive freedom and immigrant rights to equal pay, among others.
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