Women's march leaders gather in Detroit

About 2.6 million people across the US took part in The Women's March in January - the biggest national protest in US history.

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    About 2.6 million people across the US took part in The Women's March in January - the biggest national protest in US history.

    Now organisers are meeting again in the US city of Detroit for The Women's Convention to again promote human rights, including women’s issues.

    Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Detroit.


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