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Scenes from the 2020 Women's March in San Francisco

On Saturday, January 18, an impressive lineup of speakers and performers united to kick off the Women’s March in San Francisco — the fourth edition of the event, which was founded in the wake of Donald Trump's election to the presidency. 

With the theme of "Together We Rise," the peaceful demonstration of solidarity and action drew around 10,000 protesters to Civic Center Plaza, according to an SFPD officer on site. 

After a rally led by Mayor London Breed and featuring a lineup of speakers from around the city, the crowd marched down Market Street to the Embarcadero. 

Here's a photo recap of the day, along with some of the best signs carried by participants: 

Neighborhoods
Citywide
Location
Civic Center Plaza

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