Linda Sarsour, one of the original organizers, contrasts that historic day at the start of the Trump presidency with the Capitol riot at the bitter end.
Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Bob Bland have all stepped down from their positions as Women's March co-chairs.
Angry women will change the world.
The term continues to be misunderstood.
We can choose to actually understand Islam or run around like chickens with our heads cut off.
"We as Muslim Americans are here to stay," activist Linda Sarsour told the crowd.
"We cannot allow the voices of hate and divisiveness to be louder than the voices of solidarity and love."