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Marchers deserve a round of thanks

Source: Park Record On behalf of the Organizing Committee for the March on Main, we thank you Park City! We understand this event was not an easy feat. Scheduled for the busiest day of Sundance with snow in the forecast, the city staff, safety crews and police made it possible. Each department was professional, willing

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High-profile celebrities march at Sundance Film Festival

Source: Fox News Entertainment Celebrities at the annual Sundance Festival in Utah panned President Donald Trump’s inaugural day performance with a rally and march on Saturday. The Women’s March on Main led by comedian Chelsea Handler included a handful of Hollywood royalty marching down Main Street in Park City. Oscar winner Charlize Theron along with

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Facebook Live at Sundance Women’s March (Watch Now!)

Source: Variety Watch Chelsea Handler lead the Women’s March on Main at the Sundance Film Festival, which will be held in conjunction with the Women’s March on Washington. The Women’s March in Park City, Utah, is one of over 350 sister marches planned across the United States and 20 countries around the world to demonstrate universal respect for

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Sundance: Thousands brave poor weather to join March On Main

Source: Screen Daily Main Street was inundated during Saturday’s March On Main as approximately 4,000 people according to police estimates took over Park City. Marchers resisted the snow and low temperatures to bear placards in support of women’s rights, the environment and healthcare as a strong anti-Donald Trump sentiment rippled through the crowd. At time

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Park City Braces for Women’s March During Sundance

Source: The Hollywood Reporter and Yahoo! Movies With Hollywood heading to Utah for the Sundance Film Festival beginning Jan. 19, thousands are expected to take to the snowy streets of Park City on Jan. 21 for the Women’s March on Main, a sister march to the rally taking place in Washington the day after Donald

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