Photos: Around Minnesota, women -- and men -- march for women's rights

John Ireland Blvd. is filled with demonstrators.
Thousands of demonstrators march down John Ireland Blvd. toward the Minnesota State Capitol during the Women's March in St. Paul. St. Paul police estimate that there were at least 100,000 in attendance.
Evan Frost | MPR News

Around the state and the region, in large cities and tiny towns, people gathered Saturday to march in support of women's rights and to protest Pres. Donald Trump's policies.

In St. Paul, where close to 100,000 people marched, to Fargo, Bemidji, Duluth, Mankato and tiny Longville, where 66 people gathered, demonstrators carried signs and walked in solidarity with the Women's March in Washington, D.C., and others around the country and the world.

Correction (Jan. 22, 2017): And earlier version of this story misstated the relationship between Mona and Maureen Rath.

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