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Thousands participated in Women's March on New Jersey's capital Trenton ! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Pradeep Pariyar Thapa Magar   
Saturday, 21 January 2017 16:44

Exclusive: 15 photos, 1 video: Trenton, NJ- There were more than six thousands women and men of different color, creed and nationalities participating in the Women's March on New Jersey campaign that hosted in state's capital city Trenton.

More than 500 sister marches were organized in the U.S., including Washington DC, America's capital and around the world to send Trump administration that all people should be treated equally regardless of their gender, color of skin, race, creed or immigration status. Women marchers made sure that women are treated equally and women's rights are human rights. They also advocated that immigrants, minorities, LGBTs and children must be treated equally and without prejudices.
#WomenMarchOnNJ #WomenMarchonNewJersey #WomenMarch

Elizabeth Mayer, Founder/Lead Organizer of The Women's March on New Jersey. Photo by Pradeep Pariyar Thapa

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