On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in the nation’s capital as part of the Women’s March on Washington to advocate for justice and voice their opposition to the Trump administration. But those were far from the only reasons people had for marching. From the water crisis in Flint to serving as an example for younger siblings, learn more about what drew people from all over the country to the march and what they hope will come of it in the days ahead.
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