Organizers Exhort Women To Vote For Change At U.S. RalliesThousands of mostly young women in masks rallied Saturday in the nation's capital, Baltimore and other U.S. cities, exhorting voters to oppose President Donald Trump and his fellow Republican candidates in the Nov. 3 elections.
Baltimore Women's March Will Descend Downtown January 19Organizers are encouraging people to join this cause, and use the hastag, #IMarchBmore to pledge their support and use their voice.
Third Annual Baltimore Women's March Set For January 19Baltimore's third annual women's march has been scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 at 11 a.m.
Women's Marches Organizers Hope To Keep Building MomentumThousands of people poured into a football stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, the anniversary of women's marches around the world.
Women's Marches End With Eyes On MidtermsActivists and demonstrators gathered Sunday for a second day of Women's Marches.
Marylanders Join Protesters Across The World In Women's MarchThe Women's March in Baltimore filled up the plaza outside City Hall on Saturday, bringing in thousands from all over central Maryland.
Trump Tweets About Women's Marches As Protesters GatherPresident Donald Trump tweeted that it was a "perfect day" for women to march to celebrate the "economic success and wealth creation" that's happened during his first year in office — while women across the nation rallied against him and his policies.
Baltimore to Mobilize On First Anniversary Of Women's MarchThousands are expected to march in Baltimore on Saturday in honor of the first anniversary of the Women's March.
10K Donate Metro Cards After Inauguration, Women's MarchMore than 10,000 people who attended the Women's March on Washington and the inauguration last month have donated their Metro fare cards to local charities.
Knitting Store: No Yarn For Women's Movement ProtestersThe owner of a Tennessee knitting store doesn't want anyone buying its yarn for arts and crafts for the women's movement.
Sexist, Vulgar Posts On Women's Marches Rebound On Officials A school board member in Hillary Clinton's hometown resigned after making a derogatory reference on Twitter to the female anatomy in describing women marching against President Donald Trump.