Thousands of demonstrators take part in Women's March in Chattanooga [photos, video]

Demonstrators crowd Broad Street in front of the Tennessee Aquarium during the Chattanooga Women's March on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Thousands of demonstrators gathered at Coolidge Park and marched across the Market Street Bridge through the city's tourist district to show solidarity with a national women's rights movement.

Thousands of women and supporters marched in Chattanooga Saturday afternoon in solidarity with a national movement supporting women's rights, speaking against sexual abuse and decrying the Trump administration on the anniversary of the president's inauguration.

"I am out here for my mother, for my daughter and for everyone who feels their rights are being stripped by this presidency," Monteagle resident Mary Clark, 61, said as she listened to speakers in Coolidge Park after the march.

Marchers gathered this weekend in hundreds of cities across the country and the world, as they tried to build on a movement that has only grown in its ambition.

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