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Scenes from the Women’s March

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The second annual Women’s March took place on Saturday, where people across the country gathered to march in support of women’s rights. An estimated 100,000 people marched in San Francisco, where The Paly Voice talked to women and allies about why they chose to march.

Scenes from the Women's March

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