One year after the 2017 Women's March made history with millions of attendees worldwide, ladies (and gents!) in major cities across the U.S. are at it again. A host of follow-up Women's Marches are taking place all across the country this weekend (there was even one in Rome!), uniting people of all ages, races, and genders in the fight for human rights.
While titled the "Women's March," these events are much more all-encompassing, aiming to bring attention to not only reproductive rights and sexual harassment, but immigration reform, LGBTQ rights, racial equality, and other important issues. There dozens of events planned around the U.S. for Saturday and Sunday—you can find the full list of "Anniversary Events" on the Women's March website.
Marches took place around the world, with some of the biggest in Los Angeles and New York, plus an enormous rally that took place in Las Vegas on Sunday. Singer Halsey spoke at the N.Y.C. march, while several big-name celebs, including Eva Longoria and Natalie Portman, made appearances in L.A.
Scroll down for some of the most powerful images from the marches, including actress and Harvey Weinstein accuser Asia Argento marching in Italy and a tender moment between Longoria and Portman in Los Angeles.