List of 2017 Women's March locations

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The 2017 Women's March was a network of global political rallies that took place in cities around the world on January 21, 2017. These "sister marches" where both formally and organically related to the popularized 2017 Women's March, all of which happening in concert. The date of this global protest is particularly significant because it was the first day of President Donald J. Trump's term. In addition, the protest was largely in response the positions of the new presidency and the results of the 2016 presidential election. The march was also about promoting women's rights. Other causes were noted but where not limited to: immigration reform, climate science, and health care reform, countering religious discrimination, violence against women, LGBTQ abuse, addressing racial inequities (e.g. Black Lives Matter), workers' issues, and environmental issues.[1]

United States[edit]

Listed below are 680 marches in the U.S. in support of the 2017 Women's March

State Cities Photo Approximate attendance Notes
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500,000 - 1,000,000[2] The March began at Independence Avenue at the southwest corner of the Capitol building, and continued along the National Mall. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that he would attend the march instead of the inaugural parade. McAuliffe said he would be marching in Washington with his wife Dorothy, Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam and Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.[3] Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke before the crowds. There were no arrests.[4][5]
 Alabama Birmingham 5,000–10,000[6] Kelly Ingram Park.[7]
Huntsville 100[8] Protesters assembled on a street corner.
Mentone[9] 70+[10] intersection of Alabama Highway 89 and 117. There were around 50 people out of the total population of 360 that showed up.[11]
Mobile 900–1,000[12] Protesters assembled in Public Safety Memorial Park and the march lasted approximately 30 minutes.[12]
 Alaska Adak 10[13] Ten people demonstrated at the westernmost city in the Aleutian Islands.[13]
Anchorage 3,500[13][14] Thousands protested at the Delaney Park Strip.[13]
Bethel 40–80[13][15] Participants had signs in both English and Yup'ik.[15]
Craig 25[16] "Dozens of people came out for the Women’s March in Craig, Saturday Jan. 21, 2017." (pics 11, 58, 62-65 of 65)[16]
Cordova[17] 100+[18]
Fairbanks 2,000[19] People rallied in subzero temperatures.[13]
Gustavus 105[20] The march began at the "Welcome to Gustavus" sign by the airport and ended at the Sunnyside at 4 Corners[21] Approximately 100 of the town's 400 residents showed up.
Haines 150[14] The march took place despite cold and windy conditions.[16][22]
Homer[13] 900[14][23] WKFL Park on Heath Street.
Juneau 1,000[24] Alaska State Capitol.
Ketchikan 220[14][25]
Kodiak 330[14][26] The march began in the high school parking lot, looped around downtown and ended at the library.[27]
Kotzebue 35–36[28] Photos from blog of march, but number of participants not stated (photos show roughly 35 people). Conditions were extremely cold.[28][29]
Moose Pass 15[16]
Nome 100[14][30]
Palmer 900–1,000[31]
Seldovia 45[23]
Seward 54–70[32] people marched in a snowstorm in Seward, AK
Sitka 700[14]
Skagway 112[22] Organizer Annie Kidd Matsov stated that turnout was much higher than expected.[22]
Soldotna 200–322[33] Participants started at the library and marched along part of the Kenai Spur Highway that looped back to the library. The march was followed by a community gathering in the library.
Talkeetna 80[14]
Unalakleet 38[13] Demonstrators marched in the village, where the temperature was −40 degrees Fahrenheit with the wind chill factor.[13]
Unalaska 80[34] Captains Bay Bridge - City Hall.
Utqiagvik 60[35][14] Participants in Alaska's northernmost city (formerly named Barrow until December 2016) braved temperatures that reached 16 below zero to take part in the event.
Valdez 100–140[36]
 Arizona Ajo[37] 250[20]
Flagstaff 1,200–2,000[37] Despite nearly two feet of snow, a biting wind and initial guesses that Flagstaff's 'March for Love' would only attract 200 people, the Flagstaff Police Department estimated that up to 2,000 people attended.
Gold Canyon[37]
Green Valley 400[38] Possibly "the largest rally in Green Valley history". The rally occupied all four corners and medians at intersection of Esperanza Boulevard and La Canada Drive.[38]
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20,000[37] The march progressed from the Capitol south to Jefferson, east to 15th Avenue, north to Monroe Street, west to 17th Avenue and back to the Capitol. Speakers at rallies before and after the march included State Rep. Athena Salman (Tempe), U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego, disability-rights activist Jennifer Longdon (who noted that moments after Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, the White House website was overhauled to remove pages dedicated to disabilities, civil rights & LGBT issues), Jodi Liggett, Planned Parenthood's vice president of public affairs, and Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes.[37]
Prescott 1,200[39] Protesters marched around the courthouse.[40]
Tucson Tucson Rally Panoramic .jpg 15,000[37][41][42] The demonstration was peaceful,[37] with no incidents or arrests reported.[43]
Yuma 250+[44][45] March held on February 5.
 Arkansas Bentonville 500+[46] Bentonville Square
Fayetteville 100+[47] Hundreds rallied outside of the Washington County Courthouse.
Helena 2[48]
Little Rock 7,000[49][50] Protesters marched to the Arkansas State Capitol Building.
 California Albany 500[51]
Avalon 44[52]
Bakersfield 200[53]
Berkeley 200–1,000[54]
Beverly Hills[55] 250[20] – 300 Rally planned at cross intersection of Wilshire Blvd & Santa Monica Blvd.[56]
Bishop 580[57]
Borrego Springs 140–150 [58]
Burbank 300[59]
Chico 2,000 - 4,000[60] Thousands packed the Chico City Plaza, and later marched from Fifth St to Broadway St.[61]
El Centro 100[63] rally at Cardenas Market
Encinitas 50[64] A march with 50 senior citizens took place at the Seacrest Village retirement center.[64]
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5,000[65] – 8,000[66] At the dawn of the march, Eureka Police Department estimated nearly 2,000 people at the C Street Market Square. That number grew throughout the march to around 8,000.[66]
Fairfax 25–60[67]
Fort Bragg 2,500–2,800[68]
Fresno 2,000[69] Protesters gathered at an intersection in North Fresno.[69]
Gualala[70] 300[71]
Hemet 100+[72]
Kings Beach[73] 500–800[74]
Laguna Beach hundreds[75][76]
Long Beach 200[79]
Lompoc 300[80][81]
Los Angeles
Demonstrators fill streets, sidewalks, and plazas on a sunny day. A tall, white building stands in the background.
750,000 Pershing Square - City Hall. The Los Angeles Police Department stated that "well past" 100,000 people attended the march, but did not attempt to make a more specific estimate. Officials stated that the march was the largest in Los Angeles since a 2006 immigration march attended by 500,000 people.[82] The Los Angeles Daily News reported that 750,000 people were in the crowd.[83] Organizers also said that 750,000 people had participated in the march.[84]
Modesto 1,000[85] The march was planned less than a week in advance, and drew a crowd of nearly 1,000 people.[86]
Monterey Bay 1,500[87]
Mt. Shasta 400[88]
Napa 3,000+[89] Protesters lined up roads in downtown Napa.
Nevada City 100[90]
Oakhurst 200[69] Protesters lined the road to Yosemite National Park from Oakhurst, near Madera, California.
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100,000[91] Madison Park - Frank Ogawa Plaza (via western shore of Lake Merritt, from Grand Ave to Broadway).[92] About 100,000 people marched in Oakland, extending 40 city blocks; BART had to add six extra trains to accommodate the throngs of people.[91]
Ontario 200[93]
Palm Desert < 1,000[94] Merged with the Palm Springs Women's March.[95]
Palmdale 24[96]
Pasadena 500+[97]
Redding 300[98]
Redondo Beach 1,800[99]
Redwood City 5,000 The rally was "inspired by and held in solidarity with" Saturday's Women's March on Washington, organizers said. Joan Baez performed and Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Menlo Park) and state Senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) spoke.[100]
Ridgecrest 180–200[101]
Riverside 4,000[102] Thousands marched along the Downtown Main Street Mall.[103]
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20,000[104] 20,000 marched from Southside Park to the California State Capitol.
San Bernardino 80[105]
San Clemente hundreds[106] One organizer said that 652 had attended.[106]
San Diego
Marchers with signs walk down a street from right to left. Buildings and palm trees stand in the background.
30,000–40,000[107] In downtown San Diego, an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 marched from Civic Center Plaza, along Broadway and Harbor Drive, to the County Administration Center. State Sen. Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) spoke at the event.[107]
San Francisco
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100,000–150,000[108][109] The rally was held at Civic Center Plaza, where San Francisco City Hall was lit pink in observance of the protest.[110] Performer and activist Joan Baez serenaded the crowd with "We Shall Overcome" in Spanish.[111]
San Jose
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25,000[112] City Hall plaza - Plaza de Cesar Chavez.[110] San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo tweeted an overhead photo of a "beautiful crowd" around City Hall, and added a hastag that said "This is what democracy looks like."[113]
San Luis Obispo 7,000–10,000[114] Protesters marched through downtown.[115]
San Marcos 3,000[116] – 10,000[117] San Marcos Civic Center - Palomar College. Fewer than 2,000 were expected, but the turnout was so large that instead of walking on sidewalks along Mission Ave, as was planned and permitted, people flooded the street, shutting down half the lanes to traffic, for 1.7 miles.[116]
Santa Ana 20,000–25,000[76][118] Throngs of people marched along Fourth St and past the Ronald Reagan Federal Building and US Courthouse.[76]
Santa Barbara 6,000+[119] More than 6,000 protestors rallied in De La Guerra Plaza. Both women and men participated.[120]
Santa Cruz
15,000+[121] Several people commented that it was the largest march in Santa Cruz history.[122]
Santa Rosa 5,000[123] People marched through downtown Santa Rosa. Former representative Lynn Woolsey and Representative Jared Huffman spoke.
Seaside 1,500–2,000[87]
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3,000 Marchers proceeded around the historic Sonoma Plaza, blocking traffic for over an hour.[124]
South Lake Tahoe 500[125] – 700[126] Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Stateline, Nevada - South Lake Tahoe Senior Center.
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2,000 Attendees gathered at Alex R. Thomas Jr. Plaza. Joelle Schultz, director of Ukiah's Planned Parenthood, addressed the crowd along with local activists.[127]
Vallejo 40[128] Vallejo Ferry Building - City Hall.
Ventura 2,500[129][130]
Visalia 500[131] A demonstration occurred at Blain Park.[69]
Walnut Creek
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10,000[132] Streets were closed as thousands marched in downtown Walnut Creek. Speakers at the march included Nancy Skinner, Eric Swalwell, Steve Glazer and Mark DeSaulnier.[132]
Watsonville 300–500 On Thursday, Jan 19, hundreds gathered for a rally dubbed "Hands Around the [Watsonville] Plaza - Unity Through Diversity."[133] On Saturday morning, Jan 21, over a hundred people rallied again at the Watsonville Plaza before boarding a bus to the Santa Cruz March.[134]
Willits 60[77]
Yucca Valley 100[135]
 Colorado Alamosa[136] 350[137] The march began at the corner of Hwy. 160 and Richardson Avenue in Alamosa, went down and around the hospital, and back to the campus.[137]
Aspen 500[138]–1,000[139] Protesters marched to Wagner Park.[140]
Broomfield 200+[141]
Carbondale[142] 700[52] A mile-long line of 700 people formed in Carbondale, CO (population 6,500)
Colorado Springs 7,000[143] Acacia Park - downtown Colorado Springs.
Cortez 400–504[144]
Crested Butte[145] 350–400[146]
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100,000–200,000[147] People arrived as early as 8:00am CMT to protest at the Civic Center and march downtown.
Durango 200[20] Hundreds marched through a foot of snow down Main Avenue.[148]
Glenwood Springs[142] 100[149]
Grand Junction 1,000[150]
Lafayette 66–112[48]
Ridgway 50 Event planned at 304 South Lena Street[151]
Silverton 33[20]
Steamboat Springs 1,000[152] Protesters started marching at Bud Werner Memorial Library and ended at Third Street. A rally was then held at the Routt County Courthouse.
Telluride[153] 200–1,000[52] Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy noted that half the residents of the town participated.[52]
 Connecticut East Haddam 100–500[154] Hundreds rallied outside Two Wrasslin' Cats Coffee House & Café in East Haddam, near New London.
Hartford 10,000[155] The march had the support of Governor Dannel Malloy.[156]
New Haven 200[157] Beinecke Plaza, Yale campus - the Green
Old Saybrook[158] 1,000 Participants marched down Main Street and gathered in front of Town Hall.[159][160]
Salisbury 500[161]
Stamford 5,000 People marched peacefully in Stamford, Connecticut, after a rally in the Mill River Park.[162] The protesters marched around the city blocks surrounding the Trump Parc Stamford building, a building managed by the Trump Organization,[163] a display of resistance to President Donald Trump's policies. The number of demonstrators was reportedly four times larger than organizers expected,[162] according to event Organizer, Lisa Boyne.[164] The rally was originally planned to be held indoors at the UCONN, Stamford campus, but was moved outdoors to the Mill River Park when attendance was expected to exceed 800.[165]
 Delaware Lewes 250+ People walked along Lewes Beach in Cape Henlopen State Park in solidarity.[166]
Newark 1,000 People participated in a 2.4-mile march.[167]
 Florida Boca Raton 120 A "Stand up for American Values" rally organized by the local Democratic club was held at the corner of Glades Road and St. Andrews Boulevard.[168]
Daytona Beach hundreds A few hundred protesters assembled at a bandstand in town and sang Give Peace a Chance.[169]
Fernandina Beach 1,000–1,300[170] The local newspaper gave a "rough estimate" of 1,000 attendees at the downtown march, while the Fernandina Beach police chief estimated 1,300.[170][171] The Fernandina Beach News-Leader wrote that the rally "may have been the largest number of people to participate in a march on Amelia Island since federal troops invaded in March 1862."[170]
Gainesville 1,500[172] People rallied along Newberry Road.
Jacksonville 2,000–3,000[173] Thousands marched through the streets to the Jacksonville Landing.[174]
Key West 3,500[175] Crowds marched down Duval Street to Mallory Square. Marion County Commissioner Heather Carruthers spoke at the event and organizer Jamie Mattingly led the crowds in a rendition of John Lennon's Imagine.[176]
Melbourne 500 A demonstration was held on the Eau Gallie Causeway[177]
Miami Beach Event planned on the Norwegian Pearl Jam Cruise[178]
Miami 10,000+[179] The demonstration at Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida reached capacity of more than 10,000 and demonstrators began flooding the streets.[180]
Naples 2,500 Protesters gathered at Cambier Park and then marched through the streets.[181]
New Smyrna Beach 1,000 Protesters marched across the North Causeway.[169]
Ocala 300[182] Rally at the downtown square.
Orlando 6,000+[183] The demonstration was held at Lake Eola Park, in Downtown.[184]
Panama City 500[185] A rally was held at McKenzie Park, followed by a protest march down Harrison Avenue.
Pensacola 2,000[186] A demonstration was held at the Plaza de Luna.
Sarasota 10,000 Author Stephen King participated in the march.[187]
St. Augustine 2,000+[188] Marchers walked across Bridge of Lions and a rally was held in the Plaza de la Constitucion.[189]
St. Petersburg 20,000+[190] Over 20,000 people marched in downtown St. Petersburg (Demen's Landing Park - Bayshore Drive and Beach Drive), making it the largest demonstration in the city's history. Mayor Rick Kriseman declared Saturday as Women's Rights Day in St. Petersburg.[191]
Tallahassee 14,000+[192] Over 14,000 people of the capital's communities showed up to protest. Despite forecasts for heavy rain, the crowd poured into the Railroad Square Arts location before marching up the road to the Florida A&M University Recreation center. Most of the protesters turned out for the march, and due to the small indoor venue, less than a tenth of those attending were able to view the speakers rally. This may be the largest protest in Florida's capitol history.
West Palm Beach 5,000–7,000[193][194] Meyer Amphitheatre.[168]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Athens 700[195] - 4,500[20][196] A rally was held at the Classic Center venue near the Athena statue.
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60,000[197] US Rep. John Lewis attended the Atlanta rally, which saw more than 60,000 march to the Georgia State Capitol.[198]
Augusta 600[199]
Savannah 1,000+ Hundreds of protesters converged upon Johnson and Wright Squares.[200]
Statesboro 200[201] A march on at Georgia Southern University drew around 200 participants, who marched from Sweetheart Circle to the Rotunda, where they then held a rally.
Zebulon 35 "The 35 folks who braved a storm in Zebulon, Georgia."[202]
 Guam Hagåtña 100+ Participants marched in the Fanohge Famalao'an: Guåhan March in solidarity.[203]
 Hawaii Hilo 1,500–2,000[204]
Honolulu (Oahu) 3,000[205] – 8,000[206] Thousands of people marched around the Hawaiian State Capitol.[205]
People stand and sit on a green lawn before a sunny sky.
1,500–2,000[207][208] The march was assembled at University of Hawaii Maui College.[209]
Kawaihae 50[210]
Kona 3,000–3,500[211]
Lihue (Kauai) 1,500[212][213]
 Idaho Boise 5,000[214] The march took place initially in heavy snow that then turned to rain.
Driggs 1,000+[215][216]
Idaho Falls 500[217]
Ketchum 1,150+[218]
Moscow 2,500+[219] Titled "Women's March on the Palouse", the event was centered in Moscow, ID near Washington State University and University of Idaho. The march started at Moscow City Hall and ended at East City Park.
Pocatello 1,000–1,200[220][221]
Sandpoint 800–1,000[222]
Stanley 30[223] Half the town of Stanley, Idaho (population 63) turned out for the rally, including resident singer Carole King.[52]
 Illinois Carbondale 800–1,000[224][225]
Champaign-Urbana 5,000[226] 5,000 people gathered at West Side Park in downtown Champaign.
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250,000[227] Organizers for the sister march in Chicago, Illinois, initially prepared for a crowd of 22,000.[228] An estimated 250,000 protesters[229] gathered in Grant Park for an initial rally to be followed by a march, with attendance far more than expected.[230] As a result, the official march was cancelled, although marchers then flooded the streets of the Chicago Loop.[231] Liz Radford, an organizer, informed the crowd, "We called, and you came. We have flooded the march route. We have flooded Chicago."[230]
Elgin 200–1,000[232] Event held at Hemmens Cultural Center (capacity 1,200).[233]
Galesburg 100–500[234] Took place at Knox County Courthouse.
Maryville 40–50[235] Event was planned at the playground.[236]
Peoria 1,500–2,000[237][238][239] The rally was held from 10 am to noon at the Gateway Building.[240] Among the speakers were state representative Jehan Gordon-Booth. A follow-up Facebook group was formed to maintain organization for future rallies.[238]
Rockford 1,000[241] Rally in Downtown.
Springfield 1,000+[242] US Sen. Dick Durbin spoke to the rally at the Old State Capitol.
 Indiana Evansville 200+ Hundreds gathered at the Four Freedoms Monument along the downtown waterfront on January 20.[243][244]
Fort Wayne 1,000[245] An estimated 1,000 people rallied in the Allen County Courthouse Square Saturday afternoon to support women's rights, celebrate diversity and send a message to the White House.
2017 women's march - Indianapolis - Lori Byrd-McDevitt.jpg
4,500–5,000[246] The protest at the Indiana State Capitol[247] is the largest rally in recent memory.[248]
Lafayette 800[249] An estimated 800 people rallied at the Tippecanoe County Courthouse.[250]
Paoli 67 Photo showing 67 participants, but no number stated.[251]
South Bend 1,000+[252][253]
St. Mary of the Woods[254] 200 "More than 200 people from Terre Haute and beyond attended the one-hour event."[255]
Terre Haute 200 Around 200 people protested, first at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, then at the Vigo County Courthouse, and then by a march through Downtown Terre Haute.[256]
Valparaiso 260–500[257]
 Iowa Bettendorf 350[20][258] Several hundred people from around the Quad Cities region participated. The crowd overflowed onto the lawn of the United Steelworkers local where the rally was held.[258]
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800–1,000[259] Protesters marched to the Winneshiek County Courthouse.
Des Moines
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26,000[260] The march near the Iowa State Capitol included women, men and children supporting women's rights and healthcare, environmental issues, and immigration.[260]
Dubuque 400[261]
Iowa City
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1,000[262] Over a thousand people marched a half-mile to the Old Capitol Building, where State Rep. Mary Mascher (D-Iowa City) addressed the crowd.
 Kansas Topeka
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4,200[263] State Capitol Building[264]
Wichita 3,000 Protesters marched to City Hall.[265]
 Kentucky Lexington 5,000[266]
Louisville 5,000[267] People showed up at Louisville's Metro Hall for The Rally To Move Forward in Louisville, Kentucky.[267] Congressman John Yarmuth from Louisville was scheduled to speak.[268]
Murray 700[269]
Pikeville 100[270]
 Louisiana Monroe A march was held through downtown Monroe.[271]
New Orleans 10,000–15,000[272] At one point, the procession spanned the entire march route, from Washington Square Park all the way to Duncan Plaza, next to City Hall. The 10,000+ protesters were joined by members of Our Revolution NOLA, NOW Baton Rouge and the Millennial's March. Actor Seth Rogen tweeted video from New Orleans.[273]
Shreveport hundreds Hundreds of people marched around the Caddo Parish Courthouse in Shreveport to demonstrate their solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.[274]
 Maine Augusta 10,000+[275] There were 5,000 people registered to attend the rally in Augusta. In fact, 10,000 people attended, making this the largest Women's March in the state. The crowd assembled for speeches at the State House.[276]
Brunswick[277] 300[278]
Eastport[279] 111[280] "Over 100 people from 13 communities walked in the march in Eastport, which started in front of the schools at 10 a.m. and ended at the Fish Pier parking lot."[280]
Ellsworth[277] 60
Gouldsboro[277] 25–45
Fort Kent 50[281] Event took place at Christ Congregational Church on Pleasant Street.
Kennebunk 400 - 700[282] People lined both sides of Main St & Rte 1 from the Waterhouse Pavilion to Shopper's Village.[283]
Lubec hundreds[280] Flatiron Corner
Monhegan Island 22[48] 22 people were counted on an island with a population of 34[48]
Portland Portland Maine Women's March.jpg 10,000+[277] People marched in one of the largest protest marches ever held in Portland and drew far more people than expected. Portland police said the size of the orderly protest crowd was "of historic proportions".[284]
Sanford 100[285] March took place in Central Park.
Tenants Harbor 50-60[286] The Tenants Harbor march Jan. 21 ran from the St. George Town Office to the post office and back.
Vinalhaven[277][279] 76–100
 Maryland Accident 54[287] A bus of people traveling from St. Louis, Missouri to Washington, D.C. broke down in Accident, Maryland and the group became stranded for nine hours waiting for a replacement bus. The group marched around the parking lot of the gas station/diner/convenience store where they were stranded. When the replacement bus arrived, it was too late to make it to Washington so they turned around and drove the 10 hours back to St. Louis.
Annapolis 1,600[288] People marched along Main Street to the Maryland State House in Maryland's capital city.[289]
Baltimore 5,000[290] A sister women's march took place outside of Johns Hopkins University in North Baltimore. Notable figures included former Maryland Senator Paul Sarbanes and State's Attorney for Baltimore Marilyn Mosby.[291] Additional marchers en route to Washington, D.C., were lined up around the block at Pennsylvania Station waiting for MARC express trains to Union Station.
Frederick 1,000[292] Protestors began marching at Market and Patrick Streets to Carroll Creek Park in Downtown Frederick.[292]
Ocean City 200[20] Hundreds of protesters marched along the boardwalk to the Division Street Plaza.[293]
St. Mary's City 10[48]
 Massachusetts Boston 150,000[294] – 175,000[295][296] A women's march took place at the Boston Common in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey spoke to the crowd.[297] An estimated 150,000 to 175,000[298] people attended.
Falmouth 1,500[299] Falmouth Village Green. US Rep William Keating spoke to the crowd.
Greenfield 2,000+[300] Approximately two thousand people peacefully gathered on the Greenfield Town Common to hold the Women Standing Our Ground Rally in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.
Martha's Vineyard 100[301]
Nantucket 400[302] Rally taking place at Five Corners.
Northampton 1,000+[303] Over a thousand people marched through downtown Northampton, ending with a peaceful demonstration at Pulaski Park where various local activists gave speeches.
Pittsfield 1,640[304] More than double the number of people that organizer's expected came to the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield to protest and watch the coverage of the Washington, D.C., march. The event concluded with a staged reading of monologues responding to the election and cultural climate.
Provincetown 300+[305][306] Hundreds marched at the tip of Cape Cod to the MacMillan Pier in Provincetown Harbor.
Wellfleet 113[48] Event held at Wellfleet Town Hall[307]
Worcester ~7[308] Billed as a coalition of local groups opposing President Trump's 'fascist policies', Worcester's sparsely attended rally coincided with others in the nation's capital, New York City and Boston. Organizer Gordon T. Davis said the low turnout in Worcester had to do with area residents attending rallies in the larger cities.[308]
 Michigan Adrian 130–150[309]
Ann Arbor 15,000-18,000 Protesters rallied downtown, marched to the Univ. of Michigan campus where they attended a rally, the largest in Michigan. Speakers included Rep. Debbie Dingell, UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada, Vice Chair County Commission and March Organizer Michelle Deatrick.[310][311]
Brighton 300 300 rallied at Brighton Mill Pond.[312]
Clare[313] 24
Detroit 4,000 People protested at the campus of Wayne State University in Midtown Detroit.[314][315]
Douglas-Saugatuck 1,200–2,500[316]
Grand Rapids 3,000[317] Thousands of people gathered for a rally at the Fountain Street Church before marching through Downtown to the Rosa Parks Circle.[317]
Grosse Pointe[318] 1,143–1,300
Houghton 500+ People participated in a march across the Portage Lake Lift Bridge between Houghton and Hancock in Michigan's largely conservative Upper Peninsula.[319]
Kalamazoo 1,000+[320] The march proceeded from WMU's campus along West Michigan Avenue to the Kalamazoo Mall downtown.
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10,000 Thousands gathered at the Michigan State Capitol in solidarity of all groups who have been marginalized by the actions of Donald J. Trump.
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Midland 400 A bus carrying a third of the Tri-Cities' Washington, D.C.-bound marchers experienced mechanical problems, which increased the attendance at the downtown Midland protest.[323]
Sault Ste Marie 40[324]
Tecumseh 35
Traverse City 3,000[325]
Ypsilanti[326] 1,500[327]
 Minnesota Bemidji 250–500[328]
Duluth 1,400[329] People marched through the Skywalk System in Downtown Duluth, filling it from one end to the other.[330]
Ely 50[331]
Grand Marais 120[332]
Longville 66[328] In Longville, MN, a town of about 150 people, retired librarian Michelle Barton prepared for a solo march, her worst-case scenario being "people driving by and taking potshots at me." Instead, more than 60 others joined her.[52]
Mankato 50[328] Jackson Park
Minneapolis hundreds[333] March was held on Friday, January 20 (see St. Paul for the larger Twin Cities march on January 21).
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250 A 30-minute march took place around downtown Morris, centralized around the Stevens County Courthouse.[334]
Rochester 600–1,000 A protest was held at Silver Lake.[335]
St. Cloud 40[336] A rally was held at Lake George on January 20, followed by a protest march down Minnesota Highway 23.
St. Paul
People with flags and signs mill about in front of a statehouse on a butty day.
90,000–100,000[337] People marched to the Minnesota State Capitol from various parts of the city. A spokesman for the St. Paul Police stated it was the largest protest in the city since the 2008 Republican National Convention.[338]
 Mississippi Gulfport 300+ More than 300 people showed up at Cafe Climb on Saturday to take part in the Gulf Coast Sisters Solidarity Rally to support the Women's March on Washington.[339]
Jackson 1,000 Mississippi State Capitol - Governor's Mansion.[341]
Oxford 450 On the Courthouse Square, attendees built an "action wall" of follow-up actions.[342]
 Missouri Columbia 2,000 Participants marched from Courthouse Plaza through downtown.
Kansas City 10,000[343] The demonstration was held at Washington Square Park in downtown Kansas City.[343]
Springfield 2,000+ People marched to Park Central Square in downtown Springfield. The parade made its way from the parking lot at Springfield's municipal court building, across the Martin Luther King Jr. Bridge and over to Park Central Square where several speakers addressed the crowd. The rally touched on political issues in addition to women's rights. One speaker, Bethany Johnson, a transgender woman, spoke and drew some of the loudest cheers. She also mentioned the 2015 vote that repealed the city's ordinance banning LGBT discrimination in the workplace. Johnson banged the podium and called on the marchers to contact their politicians.[344]
St. Louis 13,000 People marched peacefully in downtown St. Louis from Union Station to a rally at Luther Ely Smith Square.[345]
 Montana Bozeman 13[48]
Helena 10,000[346] People marched through the city and around the Montana State Capitol.[347][348]
Missoula 80–110[349]
 Nebraska Lincoln 2,000–3,000[350] Approximately 2,000 to 3,000 people gathered outside the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Union. 40 members of the fraternity Phi Gamma Delta held a counter protest by waving Trump flags off their balcony.
Loup City 125+[351] More than 125 people gathered in the town of Loup City, where the town has a total population of just over 1,000 residents.
Omaha 12,000–14,000[352]
 Nevada Las Vegas 5,000+[353] People marched from East Fremont Street, south on Las Vegas Boulevard to outside the Lloyd D. George Federal District Courthouse.[354]
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10,000[353] Protesters marched down Virginia Street to the BELIEVE sign at City Plaza.[355]
Stateline 500[356]
 New Hampshire Concord 1,000+[357] More than a thousand marches attended the New Hampshire Women's Day of Action and Unity rally in front of the New Hampshire State House. U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and others spoke.[357]
Francestown 134[358][359]
Jackson 300
Keene 300[360]
Lancaster 400[361]
Portsmouth 3,000–5,000[362]
Wilton 200[363]
 New Jersey Asbury Park 6,000 Protesters marched to Convention Hall.[364] Singer/songwiter Patti Scialfa attended the march as well as U.S. Representative Frank Pallone.[365]
Leonia 250[366]
Mt. Laurel 20[367]
Pequannock Township / Pompton Plains 800[368] – 1,000[369] Pequannock Township Hall / 530 Newark-Pompton Turnpike[367]
Red Bank 200[370]
Sicklerville 200[371] Gloucester Township Community Park
South Orange 200[372]
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6,000[373] – 7,500[374] Protesters marched from an overflowing rally in and around the Trenton War Memorial auditorium to another rally outside the State House.[375]
Westfield 2,000[20] Protesters marched in Westfield to Representative Leonard Lance's office.[376]
Wyckoff 300–500[366][367]
 New Mexico Albuquerque 10,000 Protesters rallied at the Civic Plaza.[377][378]
Deming 45–50[379]
Las Cruces 1,500[380] More than 20 groups were involved in the march, which brought out 1,500 concerned residents.[381]
Santa Fe 10,000–15,000[382] Thousands of Santa Feans and other northern New Mexicans marched and held signs in a rally that surrounded the Roundhouse.[383]
 New York Albany 7,000+ A crowd of 7,000 exceeded the initial prediction of 2,000.[384]
Binghamton 3,000[385] The march was held downtown and exceeded initial estimates for the event.
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2,500-3,000[386] A march in Niagara Square drew demonstrators and local politicians.
Canton 135[387]
Cobleskill 350[388] Main Street - Centre Park.
Cooperstown 200[389]
Delhi 200[390]
Fredonia 70[391]
Glens Falls 1,500[392]
Hudson 2,000–3,000[393]
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10,000[394] The demonstration began and ended on the Ithaca Commons.
Lewis County 147–325 About 1,000 people total showed up in Plattsburgh and Lewis.[395]
New York City
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400,000[396] In Manhattan, hundreds of thousands marched. The rally began at Trump World Tower and One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (near the Headquarters of the United Nations) and then proceeded to Trump Tower as well as Trump's home.[397][398] The Office of the Mayor of New York City announced that the number of attendees was over 400,000.[399]
Oneonta 500[389]
Plattsburgh 200[400]
Port Jefferson 2,000[401]
Port Jervis 350–500[402]
Poughkeepsie 5,000 The march took place on the Walkway over the Hudson.[403]
Rochester 1,000–2,000 The protests were mostly peaceful, but 7 people were arrested for punching a photographer that was covering the event, and for disrupting the peaceful protests.[404]
Sag Harbor 250[405]
Seneca Falls 10,000 The event started at the Women's Rights National Historical Park, the Seneca Falls Convention, an early convention on women's rights in 1848.[406]
Syracuse 2,000+[407] James Hanley Federal Building.
Utica 100+ Over 100 people gathered in front of Mohawk Valley Community College and the Utica State Office Building to join in the march.[408][409][410]
Watertown 250[411]
Woodstock 1,000 The march ran from the Andy Lee Field parking lot down Rock City Road to Mill Hill Road.[412]
 North Carolina Asheville
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7,000–10,000[413] Asheville's women's march began at Park Square and then moved throughout downtown Asheville. Estimated attendance is between 7,000 and 10,000 people making it the largest assembly in Asheville since 2013.[414]
Black Mountain 600+[52] The group marched downtown, from the town square to St. James Episcopal Church.[415]
Charlotte 25,000[416] Lasting from 10 a.m. to noon, attendance was ten times what had been expected, according to event organizers.[417] Some participants came from surrounding communities, including Concord, Rock Hill and Indian Trail. Attendees included Mayor Jennifer Roberts, U.S. Rep. Alma Adams (D-Charlotte) and state Senator Jeff Jackson (D-Mecklenburg). According to the CMPD, the march was peaceful, with no arrests or disturbances reported.[418]
Greensboro 3,000–6,000[419] Triad NC Women's March took place at Government Plaza
Hillsborough 200[420]
Mooresville 70[421]
Morganton 500[422] People marched down Union Street to the Burke County Courthouse.
New Bern 600[423]
Raleigh 17,000[424] People demonstrated peacefully at the Raleigh Women's March. U.S. Representative David Price also attended.
Saxapahaw 80[52]
Winston-Salem A march was planned from the Parkway United Church of Christ.[425]
 North Dakota Bismarck 500[426] North Dakota State Capitol grounds
Fargo < 3,000[427] Broadway - NP Avenue
Grand Forks 304[428] Archives Coffee House, UND campus
 Ohio Athens 150–200 Protesters marched through downtown the night of January 20.[429]
Chillicothe 1,000 Protesters gathered at the Ross County Courthouse and then marched to Yoctangee Park.[430]
Cincinnati Washington Park Cincinnati.jpg 7,000+[431] The Women's March started at noon at Washington Park, and after representatives from several civic groups spoke, the march started towards City Hall, and back to Washington Park.[432]
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15,000[433] Protesters gathered at Public Square and then marched through downtown.
Columbus 3,000[434] Protesters gathered at the Ohio State House.
Dayton 3,000[435] rally at the Courthouse Square
Kent 100[436] Hosted by Kent Interfaith Alliance.
Lakeside 300[437]
Mount Vernon 20–30[48]
Toledo 450[20] Several hundred protesters marched across the Martin Luther King Bridge.[438]
Troy 150–200[439]
Wooster 500–1,000[440]
Yellow Springs 250[441]
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City 12,000+[442] Demonstrations were held in front of the Oklahoma State Capitol.
Tulsa 1,000 A rally was held at the John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park.[443]
 Oregon Ashland 8,000[444] Ashland police estimated 8,000 participants in the Ashland Women's March.[444][445]
Astoria 100–1,000[446] Exchange St & 12th St
Bandon 65[447] Women's Peace March held Friday, January 20, at Bandon City Hall.[447]
Bend 5,000[448] A rally was held at Drake Park followed by a rally through Downtown.[449]
Brookings 275[450] Curry County Democratic Headquarters[444]
Burns 20 Women's March Harney County; intersection of W. Adams & Egan[444]
Coos Bay 200[451]
Corvallis[452] hundreds[452]
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7,000+[453] US Federal District Court - 8th Ave through downtown Eugene - WOW Hall.[454]
Florence 250–350[455] Class Act Theater[444]
Halfway 31 Main St & E. Record St.[444]
Hood River 200[456]
Joseph 300[457] March planned at the Joseph city parking lot and down North Lake Street.
Klamath Falls 200[458][459]
La Grande 400[460] Fourth Street and Max Square.
McMinnville 700[461] Women of Yamhill County March; McMinnville Ballroom[462]
Newport[444] 1,500[463] Newport City Hall
Pendleton 425[464] March planned at the City Hall and Heritage Station Museum.
Port Orford 280–300[465][450] Event took place in Battle Rock Park at a public library parking lot.
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100,000[466] The first Women's March on Portland began with a rally near the Morrison Bridge at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Originally estimated to attract between 20,000 and 30,000 people, the actual turnout became one of the largest public protests in Oregon history, with 100,000 people standing shoulder to shoulder (in the rain). They marched along Southwest Naito Parkway, looping around a 44-block area of downtown Portland, and finished at the Battleship Oregon Memorial.[466]
Salem 2,000 Salem Capitol Mall. Governor Kate Brown participated in the march.[467]
Sandy Centennial Plaza[444]
Tillamook 300[468] Sue Elmore Park - Highway 101.[444]
Welches Our Retreat, 1000 Nature Ave[444]
 Pennsylvania Beaver 300[469]
Bethlehem 500[470]
Bloomsburg 40–60
Doylestown 2,000[471] Organizers began planning 6 days before originally anticipating 300 or less attendees.
East Liberty 1,800[20] At least several hundred gathered in East Liberty[472]
Erie 2,500[473] A demonstration was held in Penn Square.
Harrisburg 1,100[474] Protesters marched from Kunkle Plaza to the Pennsylvania State Capitol.
Indiana 100–200[475]
Lancaster hundreds[476] Crowd gathered in Penn Square.
Lewisburg 300[477] About 300 community members gathered at Hufnagle Park.
Philadelphia 50,000[478][479] The event included an actual march from Logan Square to Eakins Oval, and a rally at Eakins Oval.[480]
Pittsburgh 25,000[472] The Women's March on Pittsburgh originally applied for a permit for 400 people. Mayor Bill Peduto estimated more than 25,000 actually turned out, marching through the city to Market Square.[481]
Reading hundreds[482] Demonstration in City Park.
Riegelsville 170[483]
Selinsgrove 120[484] Demonstration at the Selinsgrove Post Office for the Central Susquehanna Valley Region.
Sharon 700[485]
State College 300–500 "The rally (at the Allen Street gates) attracted a couple hundred people."[486]
West Chester 150–200[487]
 Puerto Rico[488] Mayaguez 24[20]
San Juan 600[20][489] There were four marches in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.[488]
Santurce 70[20]
Vieques 200[490] - 350[20]
 Rhode Island Providence 5,000[491] The R.I. Women's Solidarity Rally was held on the Rhode Island State House lawn. Governor Gina Raimondo participated.[492] Young people from Classical High School spoke to the crowd.
 South Carolina Beaufort An impromptu meeting dubbed "Cookies and Concerns" occurred at a pavilion in the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park where participants had unstructured discussions on current events and issues and were asked to bring cookies to donate to local charities.[493]
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2,000+ The Charleston Women's March began as a convey from nine parking garages downtown and converged at Brittlebank Park at noon. More than 2,000 attended this peaceful rally.[494]
Clemson 500 The marchers followed a route from the Littlejohn Community Center down State 93 to the Strom Thurmond theater on the Clemson University campus.[495]
Columbia 2,000–3,000 "Stand Up" rally for women's rights and social issues attended by 2,000–3,000 was held in Columbia, South Carolina. The participants gathered at the South Carolina State House grounds and marched to the Music Farm.[496]
Greenville 2,000 A peaceful rally was held at the Falls Park amphitheater in Greenville from noon until 2 pm. Attendance was estimated at 2,000.[495]
 South Dakota Pierre 130[497] Rally in state capital.[498]
Rapid City 1,000[499]
Sioux Falls 3,300[500]
Vermillion 500+ Participants marched along Main Street to the Courthouse.[501]
 Tennessee Chattanooga 3,000[502]
Jonesborough 1,000 The Tri-Cities' rally was held at the Washington County Courthouse.[503]
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2,000 An assembly was held in Market Square.[504]
Memphis 9,000+[505] Marchers gathered at the Judge D'Army Bailey Courthouse and marched 1.2 miles to the National Civil Rights Museum.
Murfreesboro Event planned at MTSU Student Union Building in the Courtyard Commons (on Thursday, January 19)[506]
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15,000+[507] Participants marched about one mile (1.6 km) through downtown Nashville. The march started at Cumberland Park near Nissan Stadium, crossed the Cumberland River on the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, and ended at Public Square.[507]
Oak Ridge 500[508] Protest organizers expected about 70 people, but roughly 500 people showed up at the Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church.[509]
 Texas Abilene 200[510] Protesters rallied outside of the Abilene City Hall.
Alpine 96[52] Almost 100 people hiked 1.5 miles up Hancock Hill in the cold, wind and rain
Amarillo 500[511] Protesters marched from Ellwood Park to the Potter County Courthouse and back.
Hundreds of people in light clothes, many holding homemade signs, stand in front of several trees and a light stone building.
40,000[512] – 50,000[513] The crowd gathered at the Texas State Capitol and marched through the streets of downtown Austin for the Women's March on Austin. The Austin Police Department estimated that the crowd had between 40,000 and 50,000 people, becoming the largest march in Texas history.[514][515][516] It was initially expected to draw 30,000 protesters or more.[517]

The march was endorsed by former Texas State Senator and 2014 Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, Texas Representative Senfronia Thompson, and author Lizzie Velasquez, who gave speeches at the Texas State Capital in downtown Austin. Austin Mayor Steve Adler and U.S. Representative Lloyd Doggett were also in attendance.[518] Organizations such as Women Rising and Taylor Collective Solutions, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Texas Freedom Network, Progress Texas and Annie's List also endorsed the march.[518]

Beaumont 200[519] Protesters from the Golden Triangle marched for an hour.
Brownsville 300[520]
College Station 50 Dozens marched through the campus of Texas A&M University.[521]
Corpus Christi 24+ Dozens rallied at the Corpus Christi Federal Courthouse.[522]
Dallas 3,000–7,000,[523] 10,000[524] Marchers gathered at City Hall and marched through downtown, Deep Ellum and East Dallas to the Communication Workers of America building.[525] Police estimated 3,000 people, and organizers estimated between 7,000[523] and 10,000.[525]
Denton 2,500[526] A United Denton organized the Women's March to be held around Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum. The downtown square was packed by 12:30 p.m.[524]
Eagle Pass 60[527]
El Paso
Women's March in El Paso wrap up.
1,000[528] The march ran from Armijo Park in El Segundo Barrio to San Jacinto Plaza in Downtown.
Fort Worth
Hundreds of people stand before and on the front steps of a brown stone building. The sky is blue with light clouds.
5,000–9,000[529] The march began at the Tarrant County Courthouse and moved down Main and back up Houston Street. This was a Unity march that organizers say gives voice to people from "every cross-section of culture".[530][531][532]
Houston 22,000[533] Starting at the Sabine Street Bridge, protesters marched through downtown to Houston City Hall.[533][534] Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner spoke out during the event.[535]
Lubbock 350 Protesters gathered on the southwest corner of 19th Street and University, at the Timothy Cole statue.[536]
Marfa 80[537]
Midland 50[538] - 100[539] The march was held near Midland Park Mall.[538][540]
Nacogdoches 200–300[541]
San Antonio 1,500[542] Protesters gathered at San Antonio's City Hall.
Wichita Falls 150–200[543] Protesters marched two miles through Wichita Falls.[544]
 Utah Bluff 48 Event planned at Bluff City Park[545]
Kanab 175[546]
Logan 50[547]
Moab 250–300[548]
Ogden 300[549]
Park City 8,000[550] Celebrities protested at the Sundance Film Festival against Trump and for women's rights. One of the messages was "Love Trumps Hate". Celebrities in attendance included Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, John Legend, Kevin Bacon, Chelsea Handler, and Benjamin Bratt.[273] It was supported by Justice Party, Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, Equality Now, Sentry Financial, and other organizations.[551]
Saint George 1,400[552] Southern Utah is largely conservative and anything more than a token protest of a few hundred was not expected,[553] but over 1,000 protesters showed up.
Salt Lake City[554][555] 5,700[556]
Sandy 175[20]
 Vermont Brattleboro 250[557]
Killington 51–112 Event planned: a ski-march down the slopes of Killington[558]
Montpelier 20,000[400] US Senator Bernie Sanders attended the event.[559]
United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands St. Croix 500+[560] Sunday Market Square - down King Street to the bandstand at the Christiansted National Park lawn near the old slave market.[560]
St. John 200[560]
St. Thomas 300[560]
 Virginia Alexandria 17[561]
Arlington 200[20]
Charlottesville 2,000[20] "Thousands" rallied at the Ix Art Park.[562]
Floyd[563] 200[564]
Norfolk 2,800[565] Two groups - one in front of the Chrysler Museum of Art (2,000 people), the other on Granby Street (800 people) - marched separately with similar messages. Both groups eventually joined up to complete the march together.[565]
Onley 50–70[566][567]
Richmond 2,000[568]
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4,000[569] Estimates from crowd was said to be higher.[570]
Staunton 100[571]
Williamsburg 700–1,000[572]
Winchester 700–1,300[573]
Woodstock 400[574]
 Washington Anacortes 1,200[575] Hundreds of men and women took to the sidewalks of downtown Anacortes for a Women's March focused on equality and unity as night fell on Friday's Inauguration Day.[575]
Bellingham 5,000–10,000[576]
Bainbridge Island 12
Chelan 450[577]
Eastsound 250[578]
Ephrata 250[579] The turnout was three times larger than expected.[579]
Forks 35[580]
Friday Harbor 1,500[581] 200 of the marchers were from the neighboring Shaw, Lopez and Orcas Islands.[581]
Issaquah 56[48]
Kingston 60[582] Near the town of Bremerton, dozens rallied alongside Washington State Route 104.
Langley 1,000–2,000[583]
Longview 200[584]
Mount Vernon "several hundred"[585]
Ocean Shores 150[586]
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Port Angeles 200[589]
Port Townsend 300[590]
Richland 1,000 Organizers had originally expected 200 participants.[591]
Marchers, most wearing jackets, walk along a street in front of a brick building, carrying signs.
175,000[592] The Women's March on Seattle march took place from Judkins Park to the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington. Participants filled the entire length of the 3.6-mile (5.8 km) route.[593][594] Sound Transit and King County Metro rerouted many bus routes and added additional Link light rail service in anticipation of disruption to the city's transportation grid.[595]
Sequim 100 "Organizers estimate more than 100 people attended."[596]
Spokane 8,000[597]
Twisp 800[598] 800 people marched through the town of Twisp, WA (population 950)[52]
Vancouver 150[599]
Vashon 250[600] "Risa Stahl...said one unofficial count was 253 people and 22 dogs, much higher than what she expected."[600]
Walla Walla 2,000[591]
Wenatchee < 2,000[601]
Yakima 700–1,000 The marchers went from City Hall to a Unitarian Universalist church.[602]
 West Virginia Charleston 3,000[603]
Fairmont 100[604]
 Wisconsin Appleton 3 Two women in town to audition at Lawrence University joined with a solitary demonstrator at Houdini Plaza.[605]
Bayfield 400+[606]
Eau Claire 250[607][608]
Fort Atkinson 200[609][610]
Green Bay 200 Protesters marched over the Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge.[611]
Hillsboro 40 "More than 40 women, men and children marched in Hillsboro."[612]
La Crosse 76–100[613] Protesters met under the clock tower at UWL and then marched down State Street to the downtown area.[614]
75,000–100,000[615] The protest occurred around the Wisconsin State Capitol and along State Street in Madison.[615]
Marquette 1,000[616]
Menomonie 400[617]
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1,000 Around 1,000 gathered for a march through Milwaukee that ended at a local brewery.[618]
Plymouth 200[619]
Sheboygan 300[619]
Wausau 200+ A supportive march was held in Wausau in rainy weather.[620][621]
 Wyoming Casper 300–1,000[622][623] Approximately 300–500 people marched through downtown Casper, significantly more than the organizers expectations.
Cheyenne 1,500–2,000[624]
Cody 500[625] Photos of march.[626]
Jackson Hole 1,000[215]
Lander 350[627][628]
Pinedale 150[627][628]
Rock Springs[629]


Listed below are 137 marches outside the United States in support of the 2017 Women's March.

North America[edit]

More than thirty events were organized across Canada with at least twenty organized in British Columbia alone.[630][631]

Hundreds of Canadians were estimated to have travelled to Washington, D.C. to attend the rally.[632][633] A number of Canadians heading to the United States to attend other protests and rallies were turned away at the Canada–United States border.[634][635] In at least one case, border agents went through the individual's email and Facebook before denying him entry.[634]

Country Prov. Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Canada AB Calgary
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4,000[636] Calgary City Hall
Edmonton 2,000[637] - 4,000[638] Alberta legislature
Lethbridge event planned at corner of Mayor Magrath Drive & 9 Ave South[639]
BC Balfour Sunshine Bay Regional Park[630]
Bowen Island 200+[640] Bowen Island Library
Castlegar 65[641] Pioneer Arena[630]
Courtenay Rally at Court House Park[630]
Gabriola Island
Grand Forks 140[642] Archives Coffee House[630]
Kamloops 500[643] City Hall - Riverside Park
Kelowna 500+[644] gathering at the Sails
Kootenay Bay 70+[645] March hosted by the Yasodhara Ashram[630]
Nanaimo 1,000[646] Diana Krall Plaza - Maffeo Sutton Park
Prince George hundreds[641] Civic Plaza[630]
Revelstoke Kovach Park - Centennial Park Worker's Memorial[630]
Roberts Creek 50[641] Gumboot Restaurant[630]
Salmon Arm 30[647] City Hall - Ross Street Plaza
Salt Spring Island 500-600[648] Salt Spring Library - Ganges[630]
Tofino Common Loaf Bake Shop[630]
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15,000[649] Actress Vera Farmiga repped the celebrities marching in Vancouver[273]
Victoria 2,000[650] Centennial Square[630]
MB Winnipeg 1,000[651] Centre Court at Portage Place - Portage and Main and past the U.S. Consulate in the TD building. Organizers were hoping for as many as 500 Winnipeggers to show up but were overwhelmed by the turnout which some estimated at twice that number.[651]
NB Fredericton Fredericton City Hall[652]
Saint John[652] 200[653] Queen Square
Moncton[652] Moncton City Hall
NL North West River
St. John's City Hall; due to blizzard conditions, organizers held a "virtual" rally on social media.[652]
NS Halifax 1,000+[654] Halifax City Hall
NWT Yellowknife dozens[655] Protesters braved -20 C temperatures in a march in Yellowknife[654]
ON Guelph hundreds[656] Market Square
Hamilton 1,000[657] Hamilton City Hall
Huntsville 30+[658] Huntsville Place Mall
Kingston[659] 1,000[20]
London 1,400[660] Victoria Park. A lone Trump supporter carrying a Trump-Pence campaign sign debated with some demonstrators; while he talked with a reporter, someone snatched the sign from his hands.[661]
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8,000[662] Ottawa police estimated the size of the crowd to be between 6,000 and 8,000 people. It was enough people to fill the length of Laurier Avenue West from Bronson Avenue to Metcalfe Street
St. Catharines
Timmins 20[663] A group of 20 women and men marched to Timmins City Hall; event organized by Timmins and Area Women in Crisis (TAWC)[663]
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60,000[664] Tens of thousands of people showed up at Queen's Park, marched down University Avenue and ended up outside of City Hall at Nathan Phillips Square.[665][666] Status of Women minister Maryam Monsef missed the march because she was attending meetings in her riding and preparing for the Liberal cabinet retreat.[667]
PE Charlottetown People gathered outside Province House[652]
QC Montreal
2017 Women's March in Montréal.jpg
5,000[668] Esplanade de la Place des Arts
SK Saskatoon 800[669] Saskatoon City Hall
YT Whitehorse 200[655] Several hundred people braved -35 C temperatures for their march in solidarity with marches happening around the world.
 Costa Rica Monteverde 250[670]
Nosara 100[671] Playa Guiones
San José[672] hundreds[673]
 Guatemala Antigua ~100 Calle del Arco. People chanted, "Bridges, not walls!"[674]
 Mexico Ajijic[672][675] hundreds[676]
Álamos 100[677]
Mexico City hundreds The march in Mexico City was so large that the crowd of people, both Mexican and American, stretched all along the route from the US Embassy to the Angel of Independence.[678] Demonstrators protested against both President Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto (whose domestic approval rating stood even lower at 12%), and called for gender equality and women's rights.[679]
 Nicaragua Managua 50[680] U.S. embassy

South America[edit]

Country Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Argentina Buenos Aires[672]
Women's March in Buenos Aires 10.jpg
100 People gathered in front of the US embassy in Argentina. The protest was spontaneously organized by an American woman living in Buenos Aires, and joined by many American and Argentinean women and men. Other local political movements also joined, like Las Piqueteras.[681]
 Brazil Brasília[672]
Rio de Janeiro 150[682] Demonstrators marched along the beach during Rio's Women's March.
 Chile Santiago[672]
 Colombia Bogotá[672] 150[683]
 Ecuador Cuenca 70[684] Parque Calderón - San Sebastián plaza[685]
 Peru Lima[672]


Country Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Austria Vienna 2,000[686] In Vienna, the capital city, people met in front of the Karlskirche in the first district. The march went through the first district and ended in the Stadtpark. Only one or two hundred people were expected to show, so it was a great shock when two thousand people came to support the movement. Many students from various schools in Vienna made an appearance. Ranging from locale to international schools. There were many signs calling for gender equality, human rights, and LGBTQ+ rights. Some people even took this opportunity to call upon the government to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis, which was currently a problem for Austria and other European countries.
 Belgium Brussels 2,000 People gathered at the "Muntplein" in central Brussels.
 Croatia Zagreb Protesters led by the representatives from the Citizens' Initiative "United Against Hate" gathered at Cvjetni Square[687] and the Square of Petar Preradović at 11:55 am (In the Balkans, expression "five to noon" symbolizes the very last moment to take action). The organizers' slogan was "Our fight lasts throughout the year."[688]
 Czech Republic Prague 700[689] People gathered in Wenceslas Square in freezing weather, mockingly waving portraits of Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin, as well banners that read "Love Trumps Hate".[690][691]
 Denmark Copenhagen 5,000[692] Protesters marched from the US-embassy to the parliament.[692]
 Finland Helsinki hundreds[693] Gathered in Kamppi Square in solidarity to defend women's rights and the environment. They emphasized that these issues concern all people, not only Americans or women. The organizers' slogan was "When there's nothing you can do, you can not just do nothing." The rally included members of parliament Ozan Yanar, Ville Niinistö, Eva Biaudet, and Paavo Arhinmäki.[693]
 France Auvillar[694]
Bordeaux[678] 300
Marseille[678] 200
Montpellier 1,500[695]
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7,000+[696] In Paris, 7,000 people, according to police, gathered at Trocadero Square to tell their rejection of Donald Trump and defend women's rights. Most slogans were written in English. At 4 pm, the protesters arrived at their destination in front of the Peace Wall.
Strasbourg 500[697]
Toulouse[678] 700
 Germany Berlin 500-650[698] hundreds of people gathered in front of the US embassy at the Brandenburg Gate on Saturday. On posters were slogans like "Trump is not a Berliner".
Bonn 100[699] - 200[700]
Düsseldorf 100[701]
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2,100[699] The largest of Germany's rallies took place in Frankfurt, with over 2,000 protesters[702]
Hamburg Given as "Bad Homburg auf der Höhe" on the website, but actually at the U.S. Consolate General
Heidelberg 800[702] - 1,000[703]
Munich 600[704] - 1,000[705] Hundreds of people moved from the US Consulate General to the city center.
 Greece Athens 100–1,000+ Protesters marched in the streets of Athens for human rights, women's rights, and refugee rights. Large numbers of refugees and children joined the protests. Signs had Anti-fascism and pro-immigrant slogans and chants echoed those around the world in condemning far right agendas and the need for the equality of women. Crowds gathered first at Syntagma Square then marched to the U.S. Embassy in Athens.[678][706][707]
 Hungary Budapest[672] 400[708]
 Iceland Reykjavik 200[709]
 Ireland Galway 250–300 A crowd of around 250 to 300 people gathered in Eyre Square in Galway in the afternoon. Attendees heard calls for a united front to counter the impact of the new US administration.[710]
Castlebar[708] 100-200
Dublin 5,000[711] Thousands gathered to march down O'Connell Street.[708] Though the march was originally planned to conclude with a rally at the General Post Office, crowds became so large it had to be moved to Parnell Square.[712] The march was organized by the Abortion Rights Campaign, Amnesty International Ireland, European Network Against Racism, ROSA,[713] and The Coalition to Repeal the 8th, and supported by groups such as the National Women's Council of Ireland and the Union of Students in Ireland. Events also took place in Castlebar.[708]
 Italy Florence[672] 150+[714] the American Consulate
Milan 250[715] La Scala opera house
Rome hundreds Protesters gathered outside the Pantheon in Rome. Their messages included "Women's rights are human rights" and "Yes we must".[678]
 Kosovo Pristina hundreds In Pristina, capital of the largely Muslim former Yugoslav republic of Kosovo, a few hundred protestors, mostly women, joined a protest against the new Trump administration.[678][689]
 Latvia Riga 200[716] In Riga, the capital of Latvia, approximately 200 people gathered to march from the Polish Gate through the Old Town, ending at the Freedom Monument.[717]
 Lithuania Vilnius 120 Approximately 120 people attended Sister March Vilnius.[718]
 Netherlands Amsterdam
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3,000[719] March held outside the US Consolate
The Hague 1,000[720] Protestors walked from Maliveld to the US Embassy.[721]
 Norway Bergen 500 - 1,000[722]
Oslo 2,000[723]
Trondheim[722] 280[724] Trondheim Square
 Poland Gdańsk[725]
Kraków 100 Participants gathered in front of the US Consulate.[726]
Warsaw[672][727] 200[728] office of the Prime Minister - U.S. Embassy in Warsaw
 Portugal Braga[729]
Lisbon 500+ Marched next to the embassy of the United States of America.[730]
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 Serbia Belgrade[672] ~50[731]
 Spain Madrid 550 (total) (Jan 20) In Madrid, on the day of Trump's inauguration, a group called Madrid Resistance (500 people) marched from Plaza de Isabel II to Puerta del Sol.[732] (Jan. 21) About 50 protesters gathered at the US Embassy in Madrid to show international solidarity against Trump's "homophobic, xenophobic, and racist" policies.[733]
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700 Approximately 700 protesters gathered in Barcelona.[734]
Granada Dozens[735]
 Sweden Stockholm thousands Gathered at Norrmalmstorg for a solidarity march.[736]
Åre 50–60[737] A protest on cross-country skis took place.[737]
  Switzerland Geneva 3,000 Marched across the Pont du Mont-Blanc bridge and along the Lake Geneva shoreline.[738]
Zurich 10,000+[739] (Mar. 18) Because Zurich was not granted a march permit on the same day as Geneva and other cities, thousands of people had to wait until March (International Women's Day) to take to the streets, with “the same commitment” as the global movement.[740]
 United Kingdom London[741]
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100,000 Protesters marched 2 miles (3.2 km) in London from Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, past the US embassy and onto Trafalgar Square.[741][742] London Mayor Sadiq Khan was present.[678] Speakers included Sandi Toksvig and Yvette Cooper.[743] Issues included women's, workers', and LGBT rights, as well as Brexit.[678] Celebrity participants included Ian McKellen, Gillian Anderson, John C. Reilly, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Sharon Horgan, Josh Gad, Rebecca Hall, Thandie Newton and Riz Ahmed.[273]
Bristol[741] 1,000+ More than 1,000 marched from Queen Square to College Green[743]
Leeds hundreds[744] Leeds city centre
Liverpool 1,000+[745] St. George's Hall
Manchester[741] 2,000[746] Albert Square
Shipley 1,500[747] Shipley Market Square
Southampton hundreds[748]
York hundreds[749] The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter, aka York Minster
Belfast 200-300[750] Belfast City Hall; hundreds came[751][752]
Aberdeen[753] (Jan 20)
Edinburgh[753] 2,000[754] (Jan 20) Leah Higgins and Calum Stewart, both 16, organized the Women's March through social media, and invited people to protest against the alleged sexism, racism and homophobia of the newly inaugurated US president.[755]
Glasgow[753] 60+[756] (Jan 20) On the same day that Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th US president, protests were held across Scotland. A crowd of protesters gathered at the top of Buchanan Street in Glasgow[753]
Cardiff[741] 1,000 Singer, actress & activist Charlotte Church, who had previously declined an invite to perform at Trump's inauguration, joined the Cardiff's Women's March.[757]


Country Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Ghana Accra[672] Protesters in front of the US embassy in Accra held a banner saying, "United in Diversity"[758]
 Kenya Nairobi[678][675]
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700[759] Women, men and children from Kenya and around the world marched in Karura Forest[760] to support women's rights, human rights and social justice, and in solidarity with the nearly 700 other Sister Marches around the world. Marchers mobilized to make demands of the Kenyan government, while also calling on the new US government and governments around the world to reject policies that limit women's rights. The march was endorsed by a wide range of Kenyan and international civil society organizations including the Amnesty International Kenya, the Centre for Rights Awareness and Education (CREAW), the Coalition for Grassroots Human Rights Defenders, the Coalition on Violence Against Women (COVAW), the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya, Her Voice Kenya, Human Rights Watch, the Kenya Human Rights Commission, Kenya Sex Worker Alliance (KESWA), Minority Women in Action, the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NGLHRC), and the World March of Women–Kenya Chapter.[761]
 Malawi Lilongwe[678]
 Nigeria Jos Protesters gathered in Jos, Plateau State and marched to the state's House of Assembly to demand the passage of a gender equality bill that has been stalled.[762]
 South Africa Cape Town[678] 500[763] Women gathered at Company's Garden for a solidarity march with the Washington protesters.[764] In addition to questioning Trump's leadership, one of the messages was "Climate change is a women's issue".[678]
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam 220 The march occurred on Msasani Road and promoted Women's Health and Safety in Tanzania.[a]
 Zimbabwe Harare 40-80 Zimbabwe women in the upmarket Borrowdale suburb of Harare were seen marching demonstrating against the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump. This irked the Progressive Democrats Zimbabwe leader Barbara Nyagomo who said it was sad that when calls for demonstration against the brutal President Robert Mugabe's regime, such women would not show up.[766]


Country Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Georgia Tbilisi[672] 300[767] Tbilisi Concert Hall - Old Parliament Building, Rustaveli Avenue
 Hong Kong Hong Kong[672] 20+ Individual groups banded together in unofficial mini movements across Hong Kong.
 India Agra near the Taj Mahal
Bangalore 300[768] Thousands marched across India with rallies in 30 cities[768] in solidarity against rape, as well as following the Women's March itself. The movement began following the response by Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi to the mass molestation incident in Bangalore on New Years 2017.[769] Azmi said that "women should not go out after sunset." The protests and marches thus used the hashtag #IWillGoOut.[770]
 Indonesia Jakarta [771] 700+ Hundreds of people gathered near the National Monument, sending a plea for maintaining gender equality, ending street harassment and LGBT discrimination, etc. March was organized individually.
Yogyakarta hundreds Women gathered in the city of Yogyakarta to promote peace and women's rights.[772]
 Iraq Erbil hundreds A group of demonstrators in Iraqi Kurdistan, both locals and expats, met at the Erbil Main Square Citadel on Saturday night to show their support for women's rights.[773]
 Israel Tel Aviv 400–500 Protestors gathered outside the U.S. Embassy. The local time accommodated the local Sabbath observance as well as the time zone difference. The majority in attendance were American Israelis, along with immigrants from other Anglophone countries and native Israelis. Chanting in Hebrew and English and holding signs, the protests aimed at Trump also included opposition to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government's policies, particularly the occupation of the Palestinian territories.[774]
 Japan Tokyo 650 Protestors, mostly expats and women, marched in Tokyo's Hibiya Park, far exceeding the 150 who registered. The event was organized by Erica Summers, a Los Angeles resident who was traveling abroad at the time of the March of Washington, with assistance from Democrats Abroad.[775]
 Jordan Amman 30+ Women held workshops in the city of Amman to promote women's rights and tolerance.[772]
 Lebanon Beirut 30+ A women-led event consisting of dialogue and action workshops was held in Lebanon in lieu of a public rally.[773]
 Macau Macau[672] 100 Groups of people gathering around Estrada da Baía de N. Senhora da Esperança in Taipa, Macau.
 Myanmar (Burma) Yangon (Rangoon) dozens Because political circumstances would not permit a march, dozens of people instead attended a "solidarity picnic".[776]
 Philippines Manila 500+ Marched in front of the US Embassy in Manila. Protest was led by leftist feminist group GABRIELA Women's Party. Aside from women's rights issues, the march also protested American imperialist and neoliberal policies.[777][778][779]
 South Korea Seoul 1,000 Protesters gathered and marched in the snow.[780]
 Thailand Bangkok[672] dozens


Country Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Australia Brisbane 400+[781] King George Square
Canberra 1,000 Participants gathered in Garema Place.[686]
Melbourne 5,000[782] - 7,000[783] People marched in from the State Library of Victoria to Parliament House.[782]
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8,000 – 10,000[784] Protesters gathered in Hyde Park.[784] Some Australian Trump supporters paid a skywriting company $4,000 to write "TRUMP" in the sky during the march.[785]
 New Zealand Auckland
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2,000[786] Because of time differences, the first women's marches held were in New Zealand. In Auckland, people marched from the US Consulate, near Britomart, up Queen Street to Myers Park.[786][787]
Christchurch 400 Hundreds of people gathered at Victoria Square[787]
Dunedin 400 rally held in the Octagon[787]
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600[786] - 1,000+[787] At least 600 gathered at Parliament.[786]


Country Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Antarctica McMurdo Station 95[788] About 95 of McMurdo Station's 800 people marched to Hut Point, the site of the hut of the Discovery Expedition under Robert Falcon Scott. Marchers did not carry signs because nearly all poster materials at the station are U.S. Government property.[788]
Paradise Bay 30[789] An international group of about thirty men and women, ranging in age from 24 to 87, traveled to Paradise Bay for a "pro-peace, pro-environment" march, highlighting the environmental issues that affect the Antarctica climate they feel is threatened by Trump's stated policies.[678][789] Signs included "Penguins for Peace" and "Save the Planet." Their march expanded the movement to seven continents.[790]


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