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Fargo’s 2018 Women’s March photographic feature

by C.S. Hagen | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | News | January 20th, 2018

FARGO - Hundreds of thousands of women and men, young and old, took to the streets across America on Saturday, raising awareness for issues from women's rights, Black Lives Matter, missing Indigenous women, DACA, immigration freedom, misogyny, the MeToo movement, reproductive rights, and more. In Fargo-Moorhead, nearly 1,000 people participated in the march. 

Indivisible FM led the march, and issues such as Black Lives Matter, missing Indigenous women, fight white supremacy, gay rights, women's rights, DACA, and reproductive rights were brought up - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Nationwide, the Women's March attracted hundreds of thousands of people marching for women's rights and more - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Democracy not fascism - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Fargo police were keeping an eye on the marchers, no rubber bullets, pepper sprays, or water cannons were observed - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Other issues marchers brought up included Trupm and state politician's practice of misogyny - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Marchers included the

Fargo's 2018 Women's March marched through downtown Fargo, circled the Fargo Forum building, and ended back at the Civic Center - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Fargo police on the streets - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Marchers also raised awareness for missing Indigenous women - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Native Americans were also represented at the Women's March - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Local white supremacist, Pete Tefft, attended the rally, and marchers shouted him out - photograph by C.S. Hagen

Fargo's Women's March 2018 - encircling white supremacist Pete Teft - photograph by C.S. Hagen

While President Trump tweets about women marching for

2018 Women's March in Fargo began and ended at the Civic Center - photograph by C.S. Hagen

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