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A history of women’s protests

The day after Trump is sworn in, thousands of women will march on Washington. They're in good company

By Jessica Abrahams  

The cover of the official programme for the Woman Suffrage Procession in Washington DC, March 3, 1913. Designed by Benjamin Moran Dale (1889-1951) ©Wikimedia Commons

On 21st January 2017, the day after Donald Trump is due to be sworn in as the next President of the United States, one of the biggest women’s rights demonstrations in US history is being planned.

In protest at the…

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