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Grand Junction Women's March

The day after the presidential inauguration, millions of people marched across the country, and the world raising awareness for women’s and civil rights. Nearly a thousand women, men, and children showed their support in Grand Junction.


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer fired back at the media for the way they reported the size of the crowd at President Donald Trump's inauguration.


The outpouring served to underscore the degree to which Trump has unsettled people in both hemispheres.



Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in our nation's capital on Saturday for the Women's March on Washington, just one day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.


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