CASPER, Wyo. — Marchers in Casper and Cheyenne have rallied for equal rights and to protest the presidency of Donald Trump.

The rallies Saturday came on the anniversary of Trump’s inauguration and were among dozens of similar women’s marches across the country.

Crowd estimates weren’t immediately available.

Photos that appeared in the Casper Star-Tribune and social media showed men and women carrying signs that said “Resist” and “Say no to Trump, say yes to rights, morals and equality.”

Other signs said “We will not be silenced,” ”And yet I still have hope” and “Resist.”

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