RALEIGH, N.C. -- More than a thousand women and men took to the streets of downtown Raleigh for the annual women's march, Saturday.
- Signs were held and chats were heard
- The event is a sister march of the annual Women's March on Washington
- Some participants feel that 2018 was a challenging year for women's rights
Signs were held and chants reverberated while speakers discussed injustices they feel plague our country. Some participants feel that 2018 was a challenging year for women's rights. Others say many things went in the right direction for those who are typically oppressed.
"I hope that in 10 years’ time, white supremacy and the patriarchy are greatly diminished," John Wilson said while marching with his daughter.