February 7, 2018

A Conversation About the Tucson Women's March

How organizers' message has evolved, and what to expect.

One day after President Trump's inauguration, tens of thousands of Women's March supporters stepped out in cities across the United States and around the world. An event in Tucson attracted 15,000 demonstrators.

This year, organizers marked the anniversary with a vigil and plans for another march in 2019. Sheli Weis and Pamela Bickell, leaders behind the movement, joined Lorraine Rivera in studio to share how their message changed in the last year and where their activism will go next.

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