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One year later, still marching on


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An estimated thousands of people marched through the streets of Pittsburgh Sunday to take a stand for women’s rights. The march marked the first anniversary of the inauguration of President Donald Trump and celebrated the second anniversary of the Pittsburgh Women’s March.

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