Nashville Just Witnessed The Largest Women’s March In Music City’s History


This morning the city of Nashville witnessed its largest march for women’s rights in the history of our city.

This weekend’s march, called the Women’s March on Nashville, joined over a million other people marching in cities across America, with the largest march being held in Washington DC (current estimates are around 500,000 now marching in DC).

According to the Nashville Police, the Women’s March drew at least 15,000 people onto the streets of Nashville today.

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Were you a part of the march this morning?

How do you feel about it?