Over the weekend coordinated sister marches took place in cities all over the United States as well as Europe, Asia and Australia.  They were meant to go in tandem with the Women's March in Washington D.C. Oneonta was no exception as hundreds moved up and down Main Street, between Ford Avenue and Chestnut Street, then gathered in Muller Plaza to listen to speakers who spoke on different issues like racism, maternity leave, mental health care, social justice, the environment and more.

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