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People from the Kansas City area join massive march in Washington to resist Trump

Hundreds of thousands of people streamed into the nation’s capital Saturday for a march in support of women’s rights and civil rights, the largest of dozens of marches in the United States that signaled the rocky road ahead for President Donald Trump a day after his inauguration.

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Kansas City rally coincides with Women's March on Washington

Several thousand people gathered Saturday in Washington Square Park as Kansas City joined in rallies around the world for women's rights.
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Kansas City rally coincides with Women's March on Washington 1:21

Kansas City rally coincides with Women's March on Washington

D.C. official: Estimated turnout for Women's March in D.C. at 500,000 1:55

D.C. official: Estimated turnout for Women's March in D.C. at 500,000

On Inauguration Day, hundreds march to protest Trump presidency in Kansas City 2:25

On Inauguration Day, hundreds march to protest Trump presidency in Kansas City

Barack and Michelle Obama talk about what's next 2:03

Barack and Michelle Obama talk about what's next

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