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White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday responded to the Women's March on Washington, saying President Trump respects Americans' rights to protest and freedom of speech.
Pinning down exact numbers for events like the women's marches is nearly impossible, but FiveThirtyEight offered backup for its estimates, including sourcing for the raw data and a percentage discount for data that came from potentially biased or exaggerated sources. It is estimated that more than 2.5 million women and men protested the policy, rhetoric and misogynistic actions of President Donald Trump. "Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much".
"Every time we turned a corner, there were more people-more creativity, more love", Quirici said.
In Los Angeles, 100,000 people RSVP'd to take part in a Women's March, KTLA-TV reported.
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A former Brighton, Ontario resident who travelled to Washington to watch the inauguration Friday and join the Women's March on Washington Saturday, shared her thoughts on the history that was made over the last few days. I'm surprised you don't remember that.
"I'm very proud of this fact, and I'm sorry there aren't more women on council", he said.
Vanessa von Hessert, a documentary filmmaker who campaigned for Hillary Clinton and grew up in Ontario, attended both the inauguration and the Women's March.
Crowd size has caused plans to change at a women's march in at least one other city.
The march in D.C. was not the only demonstration supporting women's rights. They sought to delegitimize Donald Trump's accession to the United States presidency on the very day of his oathtaking. Just as the resilience and determination on the faces of the marchers and in the voices of the speakers was uplifting, empowering, and motivating.
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"It's important that we all understand each other's rights".
Marchers made connections and celebrated from the moment the sun rose to long after the sun went down throughout the streets of D.C. They say it will help the national organizers get an estimate of how many people marched worldwide. "I've been teaching her about equality and prejudice", she said. The official says that shortly before 1 p.m., people were standing along the entire march route.
"We had been chanting for an hour when we got to the Trump hotel and everyone started to stomp and hit the back of their sign and we all chanted, 'shame, shame, shame, ' and then someone yelled from somewhere in the crowd, 'SHOW ME WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE?' And we had been chanting this the whole way up so everyone yelled top volume, 'THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE, ' and it was really lovely because we were all there and we were all using all our strength".
All the participants in the marches were united against discrimination against women and xenophobia.
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