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Women march again

Maddie Ward

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Women march again

People gather at the Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego for the anniversary Women's March, Saturday, Jan. 20. Around 37,000 people gathered to march in San Diego.

People gather at the Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego for the anniversary Women's March, Saturday, Jan. 20. Around 37,000 people gathered to march in San Diego.

Maddie Ward

People gather at the Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego for the anniversary Women's March, Saturday, Jan. 20. Around 37,000 people gathered to march in San Diego.

Maddie Ward

Maddie Ward

People gather at the Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego for the anniversary Women's March, Saturday, Jan. 20. Around 37,000 people gathered to march in San Diego.

Maddie Ward, Multimedia Editor

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The Women’s March in downtown San Diego was one of many throughout the country on Saturday, Jan. 20. The 2018 march began at the Waterfront Park and was almost double the size of last year’s march with around 37,000 people in attendance. Students from both Carlsbad Unified high schools were impacted by the event.

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Maddie Ward, multimedia editor

Maddie Ward is a sophomore and second year member of The Lancer Link. This year Maddie looks forward to editing the photography and multimedia sections...

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  1. Harrison Moon on February 6th, 2018 7:36 pm

    There are some great shots here!

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