The first National Women’s March was held in Washington, D.C., one year ago. That’s when thousands of pink pussyhat-clad people filled streets in the nation’s capital and cities across the country to rally for the rights of women. But some observers strongly believed that women of color, trans women and women of different abilities, and the issues they care about, were marginalized at the marches. Check out the full story.
By Ashley Lisenby, St. Louis Public Radio