2nd Annual San Diego Women’s March

The 2018 San Diego Women's March took place in downtown San Diego on Jan. 20. Demonstrators gathered in support of women's rights and to empower citizens to vote.

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Signs in hand, locals marched in downtown San Diego.
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Signs in hand, locals marched in downtown San Diego.
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The San Diego Police Department tweeted this image of the massive crowd gathered in downtown San Diego for the Women's March on Jan. 20. 2018.
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City Attorney Mara Elliott captured the crowd from the steps of the County Administration Building.
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San Diegans gathered at the start of the Women's March on Jan. 20. 2018.
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PANA San Diego snapped this photo of Assemblymember Shirley Weber speaking at the Women's March San Diego on Jan. 20, 2018.
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The San Diego Police Department tweeted this photo of Chief Shelley Zimmerman at the march. "Our officers appreciate and thank you for all the thank you’s along the route," the police department wrote.
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Thousands gathered in front of the San Diego County Administration building for the 2018 Women's March.
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NBC 7 Newschopper captured demonstrators beginning their march on Jan. 20, 2018 near the famed Star of India ported in San Diego Bay.
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Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher (left) tweeted this photo from the march of her and her colleagues, adding: "With just a few of San Diego's elected women!"
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"Together We Rise," one sign read at the Women's March in San Diego.
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The crowd marched along Harbor Drive in downtown San Diego.
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More demonstrators and signs at the Women's March in San Diego. "Females are strong as hell," one sign read.
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in San Diego’s North County, a concurrent Women’s March was planned for 10 a.m. at Palomar College.
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The 1.2-mile march spanned the south side of West Mission Road to San Marcos Middle School, then back on the north side of West Mission Road to Palomar College. A post-march rally followed.
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