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Will You Be Attending The Women's March On Washington This Year? Share Your Story

The Women's March brought together more than 400,000 protesters in Washington, D.C., and sparked more than 600 sister marches worldwide on Jan. 21 (Meg Kelly)
The Women's March brought together more than 400,000 protesters in Washington, D.C., and sparked more than 600 sister marches worldwide on Jan. 21 (Meg Kelly)

The Women's March On Washington is this Saturday Jan. 19, 2019. Since its founding two-years ago, hundreds of thousands of people have come to the nation's Capital to demand social change on behalf of diverse women and their communities.

This year, the movement has fractured under accusations of anti-Semitism, lack of financial transparency and infighting.

Are you planning to come to Washington, D.C., for the march this year? Have you attended in the past? Are you marching with a different group this year? What motivated your decision?

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