A year ago, millions of women gathered around the world for the Women’s March, rallying for women’s rights and protesting President Trump’s inauguration. One year later, as organizers plan anniversary events, we look at how women are stepping into the political arena and what their goals are.


  • Chandra Brooks, Women’s March San Jose community adviser
  • Aimee Allison, Democracy in Color president
  • Andrea Dew Steele, Emerge America president and founder
Web Feature: First Anniversary of the Women’s March 19 January,2018KQED News Staff

  • virgil

    If it kicks off at the local Hooters, I will be there.

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