Women’s March Returns a Year Later, as Movement Evolves

Rallies are scheduled to take place on Saturday and Sunday across the country and around the world. The #metoo moment has galvanized the movement in the last year.

The Women’s March is back. A year after women took to the streets en masse to protest President Trump’s inauguration, marchers will be gathering again this weekend in hundreds of cities across the country and the world, as they build on a movement that has only grown in its ambition.A deluge of revelations about powerful men abusing women, leading to the #metoo moment, has galvanized activists to demand deeper social and political change. And in the United States, progressive women are eager ...