Women's Marches were underway Saturday in Washington, D.C. and hundreds of cities across the country. The latest iteration of the protest event — first held the day after President Trump's 2017 inauguration — comes as the Senate is moving toward a confirmation vote on the president's third Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Jade Tisdol from Boston takes part in the Women's March in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 17, 2020. Carol Guzy for NPR The controversial election year nomination is expected to be a central focus during this year's events, motivating rallies and marches throughout the day. If confirmed, Barrett would succeed the feminist icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a champion of gender equality during her nearly three-decade long tenure on...
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Women's Marches Being Held In Washington, D.C., Cities Nationwide