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Nika Knight, staff writer
About 500,000 people have descended on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., alone.
The second day of the Trump administration has seen an unprecedented wave of protests swell across the globe, as the Women's March on Washington and its sister marches on all continents—yes, including Antarctica —fight back against the U.S. president's frightening rhetoric . Organizers' informal tally now puts the total number of march...
Nika Knight, staff writer
President Donald Trump signing his first executive order on Friday.
President Donald Trump's very first executive order was a move toward...
Nika Knight, staff writer
The Women's March in Rome, Italy. (Photo: CNN/Facebook)
The Women's March on Washington set off at 10am EST Saturday in Washington, D.C...

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Vowing to "stand up and fight back" against the coming horrors, hundreds of thousands of women along with men are gearing up to march in D.C. They follow in the defiant footsteps of a 1913 New York to Washington Woman Suffrage Procession aimed at Woodrow Wilson's inauguration, with moral support from nationwide sister marches and a wave of Nasty Women and We the People art. "I march because our democracy is a dumpster fire," says one. "I march because we fight sexism with solidarity."