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Women are marching in cities across the Midwest, the Rust Belt, and the South

They're even marching in states where Donald Trump won the presidency.

Women's March On Main - Park City 2017 Larry Busacca/Getty Images

Millions of people across the country marched for women’s rights Saturday, with hundreds of thousands of people at the main Women’s March in Washington, DC, as well as other large rallies in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Boston.

Overall, more than 600 marches were planned around the world for Saturday. But groups in smaller towns and cities in the United States also gathered in sister marches to rally for gender equality on the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration. Here are 17 other places, many of them in states Trump won, where women gathered.

Anchorage, Alaska

Boise, Idaho

Buffalo, New York

Columbia, South Carolina

Demonstrators participate outside of the Music Farm in Columbia, South Carolina, on Saturday.
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Fargo, North Dakota

Indianapolis, Indiana

Ithaca, New York

Jackson, Mississippi

Kansas City, Missouri

Lake Erie, Ohio

Lander, Wyoming

Little Rock, Arkansas

Park City, Utah

Marchers participate in the Women's March in Park City, Utah, on Saturday.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Reno, Nevada

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Zebulon, Georgia

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