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  • Women's March on Charlotte

    Saturday's Women's March on Charlotte, which drew at least 10,000 people. The mile-long uptown march was scheduled to coincide with a national demonstration Saturday in Washington, D.C., the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as president. "The Women’s March on Charlotte is a first step in uniting our communities and in empowering grassroots change," march organizers said. "We will work peacefully to send a bold message to our elected leaders that women's rights are human rights."

Women's March on Charlotte

Saturday's Women's March on Charlotte, which drew at least 10,000 people. The mile-long uptown march was scheduled to coincide with a national demonstration Saturday in Washington, D.C., the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as president. "The Women’s March on Charlotte is a first step in uniting our communities and in empowering grassroots change," march organizers said. "We will work peacefully to send a bold message to our elected leaders that women's rights are human rights."
Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer