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An estimated 100,000 Minnesotans stood shoulder-to-shoulder at the capitol in the struggle for equality and justice at the Women's March in Minnesota on Saturday, January 21.  

These brave Minnesotans braved rain, ice, and cold to join an estimated 3.3 million people coast to coast and from countries around the world to stand against sexism, racism, homophobia, xenophobia and hatred at the Women’s Marches.

These events were more than just demonstrations. They were about solidarity—as women, people of color, LGBTQ folks, immigrants, people of all religions, and people of all incomes.

Together, we fight for all.

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