SENECA FALLS, N.Y. -- Millions marched in support of women's and human rights nationwide on Saturday, including in Seneca Falls, where the first women's rights convention took place in 1848.
The participants voiced their concerns about sexual assault, racism, LGBTQ issues, equal pay and reproductive rights.
Those in attendance said they were proud to unite with fellow women, but that it was bittersweet that the fight for women’s rights is still taking place.
"Those kinds of things shouldn't happen today in a country that is as strong and wealthy as America. We're here to say enough is enough, it's time to turn the tables and turn the arc of justice," said Sandra Frankel, Brighton resident.