Thousands participate in Syracuse Women's March

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - Women, men and children across America are marching for women’s rights today.

In Syracuse, more than 2,000 people filled the plaza outside the James Hanley Federal Building this morning in protest of Donald Trump.

Organizer Donna Moore said that people of all genders and races not only gathered for the rights of women but also to gathered to support the LGBTQ community, environmental protection and minorities.

Both organizers and attendees say that they will continue to take part in these protests until their voices are heard.

Marches are also being held in Washington D.C., Baltimore, Chicago, New York and Boston.


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