SALT LAKE CITY — Marchers waved signs and raised their voices in cheers in Salt Lake City on Saturday for the third annual Women’s March.
Participants marched from Washington Square Park to the Utah State Capitol, with local media outlets’ estimates on the crowd size ranging from hundreds of people to thousands.
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski told the crowd that marching together was a way for women to speak with one voice, providing strength and unity.
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