Spokane Women's Persistence March and Rally 

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Thousands took part in the Spokane Women's Persistence March and Rally on Sunday, January 21, 2018. Women's Marches were organized all across the country and around the world this weekend.
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Corie Mitchell, right, and her 8 year old daughter Isabella Mitchell look at the gathering crowd at Riverfront Park from the Red Wagon.
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Rachelle Strawther gives instructions to people entering Riverfront Park.
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People gather at Riverfront Park.
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People gather at Riverfront Park.
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People gather at Riverfront Park.
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People gather at Riverfront Park.
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Rosemarie Bisiar speaks at Riverfront Park.
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Angela Marie Slotten, of the Angela Marie Project, performs at Riverfront Park.
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Jacob Johns, left, holding part of a banner that states "Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women Washington #mmiww" marches with his 5 year old daughter Lily Johns.
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People march on N. Stevens St.
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Virginia Redstar, center, of the Confederated Tribes Of The Colville Reservation, marches on N. Stevens St.
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People march on N. Stevens St.
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People march on N. Stevens St.
People march on N. Stevens St.
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Seagrin von Ranson, center, marches on N. Stevens St.
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Chelsea Plunk marches on N. Stevens St.
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People march on W. Main Ave.
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Shay Connerley, left, and Avan von Ranson march on W. Main Ave.
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Stephanie Kennedy, left, and her daughter Faith Kennedy march on W. Main Ave.
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Sarai Berumen, left, and Roland Baez march on W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
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Janelle Smith, center, marches on W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
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Rachielle Abrigo, left, Tiara Siek march into Riverfront Park.
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People march on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park.
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People march on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park.
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Jana Dietrich, dressed as a Suffragette from 1913, marches on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park.
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Josephine Keef, right, dressed as a character from "Handmaids Tale" stands along the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park.
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(Left to right) Dalberta Faletogo, Sydney Walkan, Michelle Michael, Niki Zacherly, Christina SiJohn and Andrea Gallardo, not pictured, of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe Rose Creek Singers, give a blessing at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Yvonne Swan, of the Confederated Tribes Of The Colville Reservation, speaks at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Tamara Degitz speaks at the Spokane Convention Center.
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Lisa Brown, a Democratic candidate for the 5th Congressional District in Washington state, speaks at the Spokane Convention Center.
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People gather at Riverfront Park.