About 60 people participated in the Northern Most Women's March in the World on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2016, in Utqiagvik, Alaska. The march started at 2 p.m., and participants in Alaska's northernmost city braved temperatures that reached 16 below zero to take part in the event. The march was a sister event to the Women's March on Washington, a nonpartisan effort to march for women's rights, civil rights, LGBT rights and more. Hundreds of sister marches were organized around the globe, including 17 across the state of Alaska.
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