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March energizes climate activists, but what's next?

As President Trump attended prayer services at the National Cathedral in his first full day in office, a sea of protesters donning pink knit "pussyhats" marched through the streets of Washington on Saturday, some wrapped in American flags and carrying homemade signs. The signs said: "Keep your hands off my body," "DUMP TRUMP," "Science > Opinion" and "Climate Change Is Real." Despite the public outpouring, many marchers were vexed about what will come next under a Trump administration. While many vowed to support local charities or clean energy locally, others were stumped about how to organize or how effective they would be.

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