MARBELLA HINOJOSA, CORRESPONDANT
MINESSOTA.- Millions of Americans took the streets from Minnesota to Los Angeles and everywhere in between as the Women’s Marches on Washington was estimated to be the biggest one day protest in U.S. history.
St. Paul cheered during the Women’s March Minnesota in St. Paul on Saturday, Jan 21, 2017, where an estimated 60,000 people railed in solidarity to stand up for women’s rights following the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Officials estimated between 90,000 and 100,000 people up to five times the expected number joined ranks to form a blocks long protest from Cathedral Hill to the State Capitol.
During the event people expressed support for a variety of concerns, including women’s rights, protection for minorities, education, the environment, abortion rights and healthcare.
Worldwide, there were 637 Women’s March on Saturday.