Women's March | KCET
In 2017, people united globally to march on behalf of women's rights. It was the largest single-day protest in history. A movement began aimed at ending violence, getting equal rights in the workplace and beyond, and creating a safe world for women everywhere. That movement lives on. This is our coverage of all things related to the Women's March, starting with a series of speeches from the 2017 Women's March in Washington broadcast on "Democracy Now!"
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