Marchers gather in Judkins Park to listen to speeches before marching to Seattle Center (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

PHOTOS | Eastside residents vow not to be silenced at Women’s March

Hundreds of men, women and children filled 19 charter buses leaving from Bellevue, Issaquah and Sammamish and headed to the Women’s March on Jan. 21.

Women heading to the march talk about the new administration. Eastside residents had an array of reasons for marching on Jan. 21 (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

Eastside residents line up to board a charter bus to the Women’s March in Seattle from the South Bellevue Park and Ride (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

Eastside residents cheer as their bus leaves South Bellevue (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

Eastside residents cheer as their bus leaves South Bellevue (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

Eastside residents cheer as their bus leaves South Bellevue (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

Eastside residents cheer as their bus leaves South Bellevue (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

Eastside residents cheer as their bus leaves South Bellevue (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

A woman marching on Jan. 21 yells a chant — “Our bodies, our choice” (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

A woman marching on Jan. 21 yells a chant — “Our bodies, our choice” (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

A woman marching on Jan. 21 yells a chant — “Our bodies, our choice” (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

A woman marching on Jan. 21 yells a chant — “Our bodies, our choice” (Allison DeAngelis/staff photo).

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