Thousands gathered for the fourth annual Women’s March, walking from Southside Park in downtown Sacramento to the Capitol on Saturday morning. Some participants were hopeful that their messages — on everything from women’s rights to demanding Trump’s impeachment — would continue to inspire others.
“Hopefully a loud and peaceful crowd makes people want to come out the next time,” said Madeleine JenKin of Sacramento who was volunteering with the march coordinators on their Facebook livestream.
“I really appreciate coming here and seeing all the solidarity,” said Juniper Neff, 17, of Lodi. “It helps remind me that I’m not alone in my own opinions.”
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