MARQUETTE, MI-- A bright morning turned into a cold, misty afternoon Sunday, but marchers in Marquette didn’t let that dampen their spirits.
Hundreds of women, men, and children holding signs congregated at the Marquette Commons between 1 and 2 p.m. They were there to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March, held in cities across the country to speak out against oppressive policies.
The Marquette event included a march down Main to Front to Washington Street, then a rally on the corners of Third and Washington with speakers, singing, and drumming by the native group Morning Thunder.
To see photos and a short video of the march, go to our Facebook page at Public Radio 90.