Seneca Falls Women’s March

Yesterday, millions of Americans took to the streets from New York to Los Angeles. The Women’s Marches on Washington is estimated to be the biggest one-day protest in US history, with an estimated 2.9 million participants.

In Seneca Falls, the birthplace of the American Women’s Rights Movement, there were an estimated 10,000 marchers walking with their sister marchers across the country. The crowd was full of light, hope and determination. Here are some photos from the day.







Olivia Bauso

Olivia Bauso, of Auburn, NY, is a junior communication and media student at Nazareth College. As a lifelong dancer and arts enthusiast, she looks forward to continuing a career in the arts communications field after graduation. On campus, Olivia works as a Student Ambassador for Admissions and a student worker for res., anthro., and soc. In life, Olivia works as an amateur coffee drinker and professional One Direction fanatic.

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