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Women's March on Spokane 

An estimated 5,000 people gathered for the Women's March on Spokane on Saturday, Jan. 21 to rally and then march for women's rights. The Spokane march was part of women's marches occurring in all 50 states and internationally.
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Attendees line up to enter the Spokane Convention Center for the rally.
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Attendees line up to enter the Spokane Convention Center for the rally.
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Attendees line up to enter the Spokane Convention Center for the rally.
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Attendees line up to enter the Spokane Convention Center for the rally.
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Attendees arrive the rally.
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Attendees line up to enter the Spokane Convention Center for the rally.
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Deborah Stiffarm, left, looks on as her daughter Idella King speaks at the rally. Both mother and daughter are Gros-Ventre Sioux. King is also Blackfeet.
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Eastern Washington University Chief of Staff for the school President Angela Jones speaks at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Emcee Dannetta Garcia speaks at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho Youth Council member Savanna Warren, left, speaks as fellow council member Meena Cornelius looks on at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Long time women's rights activist Sally Jackson, left, speaks at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Attendees cheer at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Liz Rognes performs at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Westminster Congregational United Church of Christ Assistant Pastor Jan Shannon speaks at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Sorayya, no last name given, a refugee from Afghanistan, speaks at a rally held at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Attendees begin marching.
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Jennifer Fanto, center, and Brook Wagner cheer as the turn the corner from N. Washington St. to W. Spokane Falls Blvd..
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Attendees march down W. Spokane Falls Blvd..
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Celeste Jimenez, center, holds up her sign while marching on N. Washington St..
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Attendees march down N. Washington St..
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Mary Hoffman, right, and Chloe Mell, center, cheer while marching down N. Washington St..
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Emily Reed, right, and Libby Kennedy chant while marching down N. Washington St..
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11 year old Ella Adams, center, chants while marching down N. Washington St..
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Cindy Phillips, center, marches on N. Washington St..
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Attendees turn the corner from W. Spokane Falls Blvd. onto N. Bernard St..
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Julie Wittau, left, and Wendy Bones watch marchers from a skywalk between the Spokane Convention Center and the Davenport Grand Hotel.
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Attendees march down W. Spokane Falls Blvd..
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17 year old Sydney Zapf, left, photographs marchers from a skywalk between the Spokane Convention Center and the Davenport Grand Hotel.
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Attendees march on W. Spokane Falls Blvd..
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(Left to right) Delsey Bech, 7 year old son Ari Bech, husband Richard Bech and 9 year old daughter Mara Bech march down N. Bernard St..
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Amber Henry dances while marching down N. Washington St..
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Attendees march down N. Washington St..
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Attendees line up to enter the Spokane Convention Center for the rally.
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