SPOKANE, Wash. - More than 2,000 people are expected to meet at the Convention Center Saturday to participate in the "Women's March on Spokane."
The event is one of just dozens of Marches expected around the United States in protest of the Trump Administration's first official day. Amanda Mansfield, President of the Spokane Area National Organization For Women, encourages anyone to attend.
"We see ourselves as an organization that strives to fight for the rights of all marginalized groups," explains Mansield. "Particularly people of color and the LGBTQ Community. It's important for women to participate but it's also important for all groups to participate that experience oppression and discrimination."
For more information on how to join the march, visit WomensMarchonSpokane.org
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