Los Angeles, CA

Women's March

A crowd gathers for the Women's March in Los Angeles at Pershing Square. As many as 750,000 people, by the organizers' estimates, joined the march to City Hall.

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“There is a sea of humanity everywhere,” Los Angeles police Capt. Andrew Neiman said to the Los Angeles Times about the Women's March. Organizers estimated 750,000 protesters turned out, however, the Times reported that city officials could not confirm that number but did indicate it was larger than a 2006 immigration march that drew 500,000, according to LAPD estimates.

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A group of "Abraham's Daughters," allied Jewish and Muslim women, at the march in Los Angeles.

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A crowd gathers for the Women's March in Los Angeles at Pershing Square. As many as 750,000 people, by the organizers' estimates, joined the march to City Hall.

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