The second annual Women's March on Colorado is scheduled for Saturday, and organizers say they expect a similar turnout to last year when a crowd estimated at more than 100,000 people gathered in Denver. This year, organizers say, they are better prepared to turn the march into a movement.
Jessica Rogers and Lisa Cutter, half of the organizing team for the march, tell Colorado Matters they hope to inspire sustained action in state politics, mobilizing people to knock on doors, register voters and testify at the Capitol during legislative hearings. It's part of their overall goal to give women and marginalized citizens a louder voice in politics. They will start with nine meet-ups scheduled around the state for the day after the march.