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On January 21, 2017, some 4 million people took to streets across the US in what was later declared the largest single-day protest in American history. In New York, 400,000 bodies moved through the city, traversing miles, holding banners high and belting protest anthems -- a force to be reckoned with. The city glowed pink.
That post-inaugural energy has ebbed and flowed in the intervening year. The close of 2017 was fraught with news of sexual assault and harassment, a deluge of demoralizing remarks from the White House, and continued bleak reports on gender-based discrimination. But the same determination that defined last year’s nationwide marches will roar again.