Check out our guides to some of the other biggest Women's March protests around the country in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York.
One year later, it's still hard to forget how electrifying the first Women's March was. The morning of January 21, 2017 was abuzz with a palpable energy as hundreds of thousands flooded into DC immediately after the controversial inauguration of Donald J. Trump. What started as a grassroots movement became a national tide of knitted pink pussy hats, and thanks to millions of impassioned voices, the event became the largest single-day protest to ever take place in America.
This weekend is Round 2, and its main event may be the Nevada-focused 2018 Women's March, themed “Power to the Polls” in Las Vegas, but DC will obviously host a march of its own. "Power to Polls" may focus its theme on voter registration in key battleground states, but the upcoming marches in DC and New York City are expected to be the biggest in the country.