A child holds up a sign reading, "I march 4 my future, my environment, my choices, and equality 4 all," at the Woman's March in Ithaca.

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A child holds up a sign reading, "I march 4 my future, my environment, my choices, and equality 4 all," at the Woman's March in Ithaca.

January 21, 2017

Live Blog: Thousands of Demonstrators Gather for Women’s March on Ithaca

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Supporters convened at Ithaca City Hall as part of one of 370 sister marches to the Women’s March on Washington. The marches, held the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, aims to show solidarity with those who have been “insulted, demonized and threatened” in the past election cycle.