2020 Women's March Steps Off In Grant ParkSnow, slush, and incoming bitter cold on Saturday were not about to stop thousands of people from attending the 2020 Women’s March in Chicago.
A Look At Preparations For The 2020 Women's MarchHundreds of thousands of marchers twice turned Chicago’s downtown into a sea of pink for the Women’s March Chicago – and this weekend, the event is back.
Chicago Women's March Set To Step Off Saturday"People are excited to march. Our marchers are passionate about many issues. The March offers them a place where they can raise their voices - and their signs - and speak out about the things they care about the most."
Chicago Women's March Not Canceled; Organizers Say It Was Never ScheduledChaos in New York is causing confusion here in Chicago about what is going on behind the scenes of the Women’s March movement.
Chicago Women's March CanceledOrganizers have canceled next month's Women's March in Chicago citing logistical issues.
Chicago's Women's March Draws Thousands: 'This Is A Different Sense Of Urgency'"This is the most important election of my lifetime and basically everyone's."
Women's March Steps Off In Grant Park"To make this the country we want it to be, fair to all, just to all and inclusive to all, we're going to have to do this as individuals. So please march to the polls."
Women's March Crowd Estimated At 300,000The event, which kicked off at 11 a.m. today, features music, marching and speeches.
City Prepares For Women's MarchCrews on Friday were already blocking off areas of Grant Park, where thousands are expected Saturday.
Women's March Returns To Chicago This WeekendCBS 2’s Vince Gerasole looks at what, if anything, has changed in a year’s time.
Women, Their Supporters Rally Troops For Upcoming March To The Polls This WeekendActivists are preparing for a second Women's March through downtown Chicago this weekend.
Women's March Organizers Expect Oprah's Golden Globes Speech To Boost Turnout“I want all the girls watching here and now to know that a new day is on the horizon,” she said.
Organizers Gearing Up For Women's March Next MonthOne planner points to Roy Moore's election loss in Alabama and the “Me Too” campaignas examples of women's rights prevailing. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Park Ridge Board Member Resigns After Inflammatory Tweets About WomenA Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 board member resigned after posting an inflammatory tweet about women who participated in the Women's March.
Women Plan Next Steps For Change After Successful March TurnoutOrganizers of the Women's March in Chicago said they are just getting started after bringing together an estimated 250,000 people on Saturday.