BUFFALO, N.Y. — There was a call for justice on Niagara Square on Saturday.

The area has been host to countless protests and marches in Buffalo this year, and Saturday afternoon was no different.

It was the Western New York Women's March, one of many marches across the country.

People gathered in support of women, specifically indigenous women, women of color, and transgender women. March organizers say those groups see more injustices than others. 

Marchers were asking for the end of violent crimes, economic inequality, to give people body autonomy, and more.

"We're in this time of huge change but we see massive changes and challenges so crisis equals opportunity and that's what we're working on," said Western New York Peace Center Executive Director Vicki Ross.

Hundreds participated in the protest by holding up signs with calls to action.