WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) People in Wichita are coming together Saturday in solidarity with the Women's Marches happening nation-wide; their focus this year is voting, voter registration, and voter turnout.
In 2017, thousands of women across the country marched to make their voices heard on the day of President Trump's inauguration.
This year, thousands are marching again on the anniversary hoping to keep up the momentum from last year's movement.
Many Wichita women and men will gather near city hall this year to rally rather than march. Organizers say their goal is to focus on voting, voter registration, and voter turnout.
Several local faces will speak at the event, including former city councilwoman Lavonta Williams.
Organizers say the event is non-partisan and open to everyone, but critics argue the marches are to protest President Trump.
The march takes place from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. More information can be found on the event's Facebook Page.