Thousands in Australia join global anti-Trump women's marches

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Several thousand people joined Women's Marches in Sydney and Melbourne on January 21, a part of a global mobilisation to coincide with the inauguration of the misogynist far-right US President Donald Trump.

Half a million people took part in the main protest in Washington DC, more than 3 million marched throughout the US and hundreds of thousands more marched globally.

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Melbourne. Photo: Alison Eldridge.
Melbourne. Photo: Alison Eldridge.
Melbourne. Photo: Alison Eldridge.
Melbourne. Photo: Alison Eldridge.
Melbourne. Photo: Alison Eldridge.
Melbourne. Photo: Alison Eldridge.
Sydney. Photo: Kiraz Janicke.
Sydney. Photo: Kiraz Janicke.
Sydney. Photo: Kiraz Janicke.
Sydney. Photo: Tony Iltis.
Sydney. Photo: Tony Iltis.
Sydney. Photo: Tony Iltis.

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