Catalina Takes You Inside the Jacksonville Women's March

President Trump's inauguration was historic, but the day after made its own mark on history when women around the world rallied together.

The Women's March in Washington D.C. drew a larger crowd than the inauguration. Thousands of men and women marched on the National Mall to protest the new president and advocate for the rights of women, people who identify as LGBT, minorities, immigrants and people with disabilities. 

Not everyone could join the crowds in Washington. The Women's March had sister marches in cities around the world, including Jacksonville. We walked from the Landing and ended on the steps of the Duval County Courthouse.

I went, not specifically to protest the new president, but to show my solidarity for women's reproductive rights and to protest the unfair treatment of minorities and my LGBT friends. 

If you missed it, below is a FB live video I did as a correspondent for The Chat. 


If you can't see the full video, click here.



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