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#WomensMarch: SF, LA, cities across California join ‘sister marches’

Heather Rafferty came to Sacramento for the Women’s March from Truckee with Ruby, 8, and Delia, 7: “I’m pretty much here for my girls, to show them that they can be anything.”
Heather Rafferty came to Sacramento for the Women’s March from Truckee with Ruby, 8, and Delia, 7: “I’m pretty much here for my girls, to show them that they can be anything.” akoseff@sacbee.com

Women's marches were happening in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento and cities across California on Saturday, January 21, 2017, the first full day of Donald Trump’s presidency. Here are scenes from more than a dozen marches across the state.

IN D.C.: Huge turnout for women’s march dwarfs Trump inauguration crowd

LOS ANGELES: Massive women's march in downtown L.A. said to be largest in over a decade

SAN FRANCISCO & THE BAY AREA: Crowds gather to demonstrate against Trump

CHICO: Women’s March on Chico

REDDING: Women's March at Redding City Hall

SAN BERNARDINO & RIVERSIDE: Women’s march draws crowd to downtown Riverside in protest of President Trump

PALM SPRINGS: Anti-Trump protesters gather in Palm Springs area

SAN JOSE: Women’s March: Tens of thousands flood Bay Area cities

NAPA: ‘Resistance Napa Valley’ protests Trump inauguration, seek solidarity

SANTA CRUZ: Hundreds attend day-long Santa Cruz anti-Trump ‘general strike’ events

SACRAMENTO: ‘Enough is enough, we won’t go back!’

CENTRAL VALLEY: Fresno State students react to President Donald Trump's inauguration

LAKE TAHOE: Lake Tahoe Women’s March

SAN DIEGO: Human rights extolled at San Diego Women's March

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