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Slideshow: Women's March In Little Rock

Organizers and state police estimates on the number of demonstrators at the state Capitol for the Women's March on Saturday ranged from 3,000 to 7,000. Take a look at some pictures of the march in the gallery above. The rally in Little Rock was one of a string of events held worldwide protesting the presidency of Donald Trump.

While protecting rights and respect for women and a general anti-Trump sentiment were the prevailing messages, it was a firmly intersectional moment for many groups and causes including but not limited to: LGBTQ rights, support for undocumented immigrants, the Black Lives Matter movement, anti-charter school sentiment, environmentalists, opponents of industrial hog farms on the Buffalo National River, and peace activists.

KUAR's David Monteith covered the rally here.

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