Over 1,000 participants joined the Tri-Cities Women’s March on Saturday at John Dam Plaza in Richland. The Richland walk was one of hundreds across the country with the goal of supporting human rights in light of the new presidential administration.
Over 1,000 participants joined the Tri-Cities Women’s March on Saturday at John Dam Plaza in Richland. The Richland walk was one of hundreds across the country with the goal of supporting human rights in light of the new presidential administration. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file
Over 1,000 participants joined the Tri-Cities Women’s March on Saturday at John Dam Plaza in Richland. The Richland walk was one of hundreds across the country with the goal of supporting human rights in light of the new presidential administration. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file

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