Women’s March Goes Down as Biggest Protest in US History, 2.9 Million March

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An estimated 2.9 million people took to the streets worldwide the day after Donald Trump‘s inauguration. The march will go down in history as the biggest protest in US history. Organizers said the march sent the message to Trump that “women’s rights are human rights.”

Madonna, Alicia Keys, Ashley Judd, Van Jones and a number of other celebrities joined the movement.

An estimated 60,000 people marched in Atlanta. 250,000 are marching in Chicago. There are estimates of 250,000 people in Boston, and 200,000 more in Denver. In New York, the estimate ranges from 200,000-500,000. City officials estimate that 500,000 people participated in the main march in Washington, DC. In Los Angeles, the estimate is anywhere from 200,000-750,000.

There were also protests of 60,000 in Oakland, CA, 50,000 in Philadelphia, 100,000 in Madison, WI, 20,000 in Pittsburgh, 20,000 in Nashville, TN, and 60,000 in St. Paul, MN.

 

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