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24 Things Latinos Said At The LA Women's March

"No te metas con mi CUCU"

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On Saturday, Los Angeles joined cities across the nation and held its own women's march in a display of support for women's rights.

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According to the LA Times, there were an estimated 750,000 people in attendance, making it one of "the largest marches in over a decade."

Los Angeles also has one of the largest Latino communities in the country.

BuzzFeed went to the women's march held in Downtown LA to find out how Latinos protested. Here's what they had to say:

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"Sin comunidad no hay liberación." / "Without community there is no liberation."

"The revolution with be intersectional or it won't be my revolution."

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"Viva la muxer que lucha" / "Long live the woman who fights back"

"Mi mama me enseño a luchar" / "My mom taught me how to fight back"

"No inhumane treatment! No deportation No wall."

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