Saturday's Women's Marches on Montpelier and on Washington, D.C. drew crowds that surpassed expectations. An estimated 15,000 protesters descended on Vermont's Statehouse alone.
Today, we discuss the events of the day and what might happen as a result of these protests.
See more Women's March coverage from VPR:
- At The Women's March On Washington, A New Generation Of Vermont Activists
- 15,000 Rally In Montpelier For Women's March, Forcing I-89 Exit Closures
- Views Of Montpelier's Historic Women's March, From A Drone
- Women's Marches In Montpelier And D.C. Attract Thousands
Also, find a Storify below that includes images and updates from over the course of the weekend provided by VPR's Rebecca Sananes, who covered a group of Vermonters attending the Women's March on Washington.
[I used to be an embedded Storify. See Editor’s Note below.]
Broadcast on Monday, January 23, 2017 live at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.
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