Protesters took to the streets for the third annual Dallas Women's March on Jan. 20. The march "stands for fairness, gender and racial equality, women’s rights, and inclusion for all," according to its Facebook event page.

The route ran about 1.5 miles before culminating at Dallas City Hall, where speakers and vendors awaited participants.

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