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>> Cities across the country covered in pink as the second annual women's march marked one year since President Donald Trump took office. The mission of the march? To spark a new era of female activism in a crucial election year. Unlike last year, the march is just months away from mid term elections that many of these women say could swing the country in another direction.
>> We really wanna see the House and Senate turn blue and we wanna get more women to run for office.>> New York City saw one of the largest marches with tens of thousands of people. All with their own reasons for attending.>> Democracy.>> Empowerment.>> Strength
>> The environment?>> Love, I want to resist the racism that's happening in our country, especially with the Commander in Chief, he sucks.>> But the Anti-Trump sentiment didn't stop the President from tweeting, beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect for all Women to March.>> Wherever we go.
>> Yes means yes and no means no.>> The rallies also come after a string of high profile sexual harassment scandals which have inspired the Me Too and Times Up movements, an attempt to curb sexual harassment and abuse. Some critics said this year's march lacked a focus. But many women, still demanding social and political change, say it was necessary to come out.
>> I really wanted to just make sure this year the momentum was still kept up and that women's voices were heard.>> This is what democracy looks like.>> Voices were heard in some 250 US cities and will be heard again on Sunday with a march in Las Vegas.