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From Wall Street to National Mall

Women in the world of finance are joining Washington's street march to protest the incoming Trump administration. By Kate Kelly
Saturday, January 21, 2017 - 05:50

A group of high-ranking women from Bank of America are travelling by charter bus. Many describe it as a signal moment in politics, women's rights and US history. At a gathering at her home, Ms Ripley watched as her daughter, Hawthorne, and a group of friends also attending the weekend march made signs for the event. One of them read: "Leaders Lead. (Twits Tweet.)".

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HILLARY Ripley was on a stair climber at her Brooklyn gym when her 16-year-old daughter texted.

A women's march was being organised in Washington, the teenager wrote, to protest the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump and to speak up for gender equality

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