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Women around the world united together today for the Women’s March. Many Americans traveled to Washington D.C. just one day after President Donald Trump was sworn in. Columbus was represented among the diverse crowds.

Liza Varnum and Carol Argiro talked to 10TV about heading to the nation’s capital to march.

“I think it’s a historical moment,” Varnum said. “Unity. Just knowing that people from different walks of life can come together in support of a cause peacefully and you know sharing a message.”

Reports are estimating that the numbers of women who showed up today are close to one million. Other cities like Chicago, St. Louis, Los Angeles, New York City and Paris drew up hundreds of thousands of women (and some men). Globally 600 marches will be held all for the matter of women’s rights and to make their voices heard to the new president.

“I decided after the election that it wasn’t enough to not be happy with the results of the election. It was now my job to stand up,” Argiro said.

Argiro will be at the march with a homemade sign to raise walking with her family and marching for a cause.

“I’m passionate about the world we live in. Being good and safe for everybody,” Argiro said.

Columbus held its “Sister March” last weekend.

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