More than 300 people participated in the Athens women’s march Saturday afternoon one year after President Donald Trump was inaugurated. 

The march started at First United Methodist Church, 2 S. College St., where people spoke about topics including women's rights and Planned Parenthood, according to a previous Post report

The group later marched and chanted through College, Union and Court streets, and it ended with more speakers at the Athens County Courthouse. 

Here are eight social media posts that show what the march looked like to those who attended.  




For all the girls in all the world! #resisterhood #womensmarch #athensohio

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RESIST

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#athensohio #womensmarch 2018 #resist #realpatriots

A post shared by Jeff Wilson (@jeffwilsonregularguy) on


There are a whole lot of people here for the Athens, Ohio Women's March.

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