Updated Saturday, 3:25 p.m.
Tens of thousands of people across the region, state and country took to the streets on Saturday to support women and protest President Trump in the third annual Women's March, even as concerns over how inclusive the movement is play out nationwide.
The biggest marches were in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and Sacramento, cities which drew large crowds to their marches the past two years.
There's also been increased attention on the march in Eureka, which was cancelled by its organizers in December because of a lack of diversity. But the march was reorganized under new leadership, even as some — including the original organizers — boycotted the event.