The Women’s Marches have been around for a while.
They started in Washington DC and quickly spread to cities across the country, including Portland, Ore.
Now, they’re taking a cue from President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
In the aftermath of the inauguration, women are rallying in cities across America, including Chicago and Minneapolis.
Some are planning rallies and events around the Women�s March on Chicago and the Womenís March on Minneapolis.
Others are holding marches and marches in their own cities, including Los Angeles and Portland.
Here�s what you need to know about the events and women�s rights movements around the country.1.
What is the Women of Color March?The Women�f March is a nationwide movement that started in February to call attention to racism, sexism, and inequality in the United States.
Organizers claim the march is a way to highlight the racial inequities in policing, prisons, and other forms of racial discrimination, and to demand justice for all of the people of color in the U.S.
The event was originally slated to take place in Washington, D.C. but was relocated to Seattle because of the violence in the city.
On January 25, 2018, it took place in front of the U of S. Capitol.
On January 25th, women were allowed to march peacefully across the street from the Capitol, in front the U, and in front a U of W statue.
The Women’s march began peacefully in the heart of downtown Washington, with a handful of speakers and several thousand people, according to a news release from the march.
At the beginning of the march, a group of demonstrators were arrested for blocking traffic on Pennsylvania Avenue, which was also blocked for a short time by police.
The following day, demonstrators started blocking a major intersection in Seattle, where the march eventually turned onto Broadway, a major downtown thoroughfare, according the Seattle Police Department.
The march continued across the city, stopping in Seattle�s downtown core and at many other major intersections, and marching in various directions, including down University Place, the home of Seattle Seahawks owner Ted Sherman.
The demonstration ended with more than 100,000 people marching across the Seattle-Tacoma Bay Bridge.
Protesters also took to the streets in Portland, Oregon, and Portland, Maine, where thousands of people marched in solidarity with the Women and Men�s Marches in Washington.2.
What are the marches in North America?
The marches in cities around the world, including Washington, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Atlanta, have been peaceful.
But there have been some confrontations, including violent incidents in Washington D. C., Portland, and Minneapolis, as well as arrests.
A protest against police brutality in Portland on February 9, 2018.
A protester holds a sign during a demonstration against police violence in Seattle on February 10, 2018.(Courtesy: Seattle Police Dept.)3.
How long has the Women”s March been in progress?
The march began on January 25 in Washington and quickly took on an unexpected direction.
After weeks of silence from organizers, on January 26, the march began in front, with participants chanting in the streets.
The march then turned around, turning onto Broadway and marching through the city for several blocks, according a news conference from the organizers.
About a week later, on February 2, the Women March in Washington began in downtown Seattle.
The next day, the group turned its attention to the Capitol building, where demonstrators were met by hundreds of officers, according an event summary from the Women on March website.
About an hour after that, the first of three marches began in Washington state.
The group then turned its sights on Portland, with more officers.
On February 10 and 11, Seattle, Portland, Seattle and Seattle were the three largest marches.
On February 16, Portland was the largest.
On March 4, the March in New York City ended with a march through the streets of the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The first of the marches took place at the Empire State Building, the site of a major protest in 1963 that inspired Martin Luther King Jr. and others to lead the March on Selma.