Here are all the links to major-media coverage of this past weekend's Women March on the Pentagon that I could find:
JK. I couldn't find any. Maybe Duck Duck Go is deliberately suppressing them?
Sputnik News, a progressive site that I seldom visit, did have an item, which other sites including World Military News have been copying and pasting. It doesn't contain that first fact or figure one might want to know first: an estimate of how many showed up for the march. Hundreds? Thousands? Tens of Thousands? I haven't found any helpful aerial photos either.
You can view a full 4.5-hour livestream of the event on YT. News2Share also has some of it broken into chunks, like a 4.5-minute speech from Bruce A. Dixon of Black Agenda Report.
To be continued, with updates as (or if) they happen.
UPDATE #1: Consortium News estimates 1,500 attendees. Oy. Compare that to 1991, when I marched in DC with a quarter-million in opposition to Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. The 1991 protest was against just one war; WMOP was organized to oppose all wars, a more abstract concept for most human minds.
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