womens march on washington
Broadly is on the ground in Washington DC today to speak with some of the thousands of women who have gathered together to stand up for the people and communities threatened under Trump's presidency.
Anger, passion, and a lot of jokes.
The events were organized in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
"For me, this started out as something I wanted to do for my daughter, granddaughter, and daughters-in-law. But it's bigger than that; it's not just for the girls. It's for my sons and grandsons too—to make a better life."
Women are protesting Donald Trump in DC and across the world.
Border officials aren't required to explain why they don't let certain people through