Marchers: ‘I want to stand with my sisters’

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A pink sign reading, "The future is female" is hoisted above the crowds of marchers, some of whom are wearing the signature pink pussy hats.

A sign reading "The future is female" is held above the crowd on West 71st St. in New York City, as crowds wait to join the main march down Central Park West. Hundreds of thousands around the world marched in the second Women's March on Jan. 20, 2018.

Alex Newman/PRI

Hundreds of thousands marched in more than 300 cites across the world on Saturday in the second Women's March.

In New York, thousands crammed the streets carrying signs about the Trump administration, women's rights, reproductive rights and more.

We asked protesters how this year's march was different and why they decided to participate.

See what they said.

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