MARCH FOR SCIENCE: ROUTE, PLAN FOR THE DAY, NOTABLE SPEAKERS
Washington has seen a seemingly endless march of protestors since President Donald Trump's inauguration Jan. 20. Women
and those who support them flooded the city the day after Jan. 21. That was followed by demonstrations on immigration policy, health care policy, public education — you name it and people show up for the cause.
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