Canton Women at March on Washington

Canton residents Kathy Crowe, Mary Ellen Carvel, Susan Hayden, Jo DenBleyker, and Marsha Akins were among the more than 150 people attending Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington. The march was organized in response to Donald Trump’s election as president. For more photos, view slideshow. Photo submitted by Sandy Steinberg.

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