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Signs of the Times

For the third year, crowds gathered in Denver, as well as across the nation and globe on the third Saturday in January to mark the movement dedicated to the power and importance of women. In Denver this year, crowd estimates were at 80,000 based on aerial photos in relation to previous years’ attendance, said Angela Astle, one of the organizers. The event in downtown Denver included the march, along with a rally and speakers. It was renamed the Womxn’s March to recognize non-binary identity designation. As they did the past two years, participants carried and waved signs and banners opposing Donald Trump, as well as promoted a wide range of other issues, including universal healthcare, social justice and civil rights. These are a few images from the day.

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