Over 100 Stanford University students, professors and alumni are expected to join the Women’s March in Washington Saturday.
The Stanford Community Marchers organized the group to advocate for human rights, women’s rights and racial justice. The community marchers are not officially representing the university.
“I think about the women I know in my life. I think about the rights I want to have in the future. I think about making sure the next administration knows how we feel and that we are going to get involved, even as students. No matter where I am in my life I hope to always get involved,” said Kayla Guillory, a junior at Stanford.