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Women's Marches #1106370

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 21, 2017
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(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kris Van Cleave) The huge women's march on Washington because of the threat to women's rights from President Trump featured; scenes shown of the crowds, Madonna speaking, Alicia Keys singing, activist Gloria Steinem, other women. [Two MARCHERS - cite the message.] Hillary Clinton Tweet quoted.

(Washington: Errol Barnett) The views of the marching women from Michigan & elsewhere featured; scenes shown from the demonstration. [Marcher Julia CHAMBERS - speaks against Betsy DeVos.] [Two young WOMEN - worry about jobs.]

(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) The anti-Trump marches across the US featured; scenes shown of the people in Boston, Chicago, New York, Austin, Los Angeles, Atlanta. [WOMAN, Senator Elizabeth WARREN, Representative John LEWIS, WOMAN - speak out.]

Morgan, DeMarco;
Cleave, Kris Van;
Barnett, Errol;
Strassmann, Mark

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