By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles was one of the several cities nationwide that took part in a Women’s March Saturday.

The demonstrations focused on the Trump Administration’s anti-abortion stance and efforts to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who was a champion in the women’s rights movement.

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“We don’t want this kind of future for anybody and this is why we’re counting on people voting on November 3 and getting out into the streets now,” said Michelle Xai, a Refuse Fascism LA Organizer.

Participants demonstrate during a Women’s March advocating for women’s rights on October 17, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Thousands of women nationwide participated in pre-election demonstrations encouraging voters to oppose President Donald Trump and other Republican candidates in the upcoming November elections. (Photo by APU GOMES/AFP via Getty Images)

Hundreds of participants – many of whom were wearing face coverings –  marched from Pershing Square to Los Angeles City Hall.

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Signs such as “We will not be silenced,” “Trump/Pence out now,” “History is watching” and “For our future” were on display.

Marchers were also chanting, “Women’s rights are human rights,” and “No justice, no peace.”

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Similar marches and rallies were planned throughout other areas of the Southland, including Pasadena, Long Beach, Torrance and Laguna Niguel.

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