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Hundreds of Minnesotans, mostly women, boarded buses before the sun rose Friday at departure points across the Twin Cities and around the state — bound for what's expected to be a massive demonstration for women's rights on the day after Donald Trump's inauguration.
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Participants at the Minneapolis event were able to explore different healing arts like aromatherapy, crystal energy, chakra balancing, henna and others.
Protesters in St. Paul say they want to show their disapproval of the election of President Donald Trump and their concern about his views on issues ranging from women's health to LGBT rights to immigration.
Women descended on the nation's capital for marches aimed at showing Donald Trump they won't be silent over the next four years.