The Women’s March on Denver: Shutdowns, timing and more

There were sizable demonstrations Friday against the inauguration of Donald Trump. Saturday’s planned Women’s March on Denver should be even bigger.

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Nita Gonzales, principal of Escuela Tlatelolco, speaks at a rally against Donald Trump in reaction to his election just days prior. Nov. 10, 2016. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Donald Trump’s inauguration resulted in a sizable and somewhat spontaneous march through downtown Denver on Friday.

If social media is any indication, Saturday’s planned event could be even bigger. About 38,000 people have said they would attend the Women’s March on Denver on Saturday, and people have given almost $36,000 to fund the march.

Read on for details on timing, transport, events and more. And, no, you do not have to be a woman to attend. (Seriously, people have asked that.)


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