Hundreds of people turned out for the Central Pennsylvania Women’s March in State College Saturday. The event was one of many held across the country.
Among those rallying was Libby Gage, there with her 16-year-old daughter.
Gage's message: “That we’ve had enough, and that we really really need a big wave in 2018.”
Protestors waved signs, chanted and cheered. They made their way from the gates of Penn State to the State College borough building. There, speakers advocated for women’s rights, racial equality, believing victims of abuse and protecting children.