AUSTIN, Texas -- On the one year anniversary of President Trump's inauguration, the second-annual Women's March took place around the country.

In Austin, marchers are gathered at Austin City Hall and marched toward the Texas State Capitol. Protesters reflected on the current political divide in the country.

"I was in Washington D.C. a year ago and I want to be here and I want to continue to resist until we have a government that has dignity and respect for all of us," said Lillian Bell.

Marchers turned up in the tens of thousands in downtown Austin, mirroring last year's march, which was the biggest in the state.

"Can we count on you to have the hard conversations with your neighbors, friends and family to understand the consequences of this election?," said Christina Tzintzun with Jolt Texas, an organization that focuses on issues that impact the Latino community.

This year's march was a more broad, encompassing various issues like women's rights, DACA, and calling for President Trump’s impeachment. Protesters said it's all about strength in numbers, some traveling from out of town.

"Coming to Austin and seeing this kind of effort with people that are really committed is a big deal," saidd Marla Theodoro, who traveled from San Antonio for the march.

The protest didn't come without some opposition, a President Trump supporter interrupted the rally briefly before being booed and having his "Make America Great Again" hat snatched from his head.​

Most counter-protestors stayed on the outskirts of the march, but followed as the group moved to the State Capitol.

The 2017 rallies created solidarity for those denouncing several of President Donald Trump's views on abortion, immigration and LGBTQ rights. Last year in Austin, an estimated 50,000 people showed up for the march.