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Natalia Renteria, 48 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and her mother, Margarita Renteria, 68, of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, participate in the 2018 Women's March Rally outside of the Milwaukee County Court House on Saturday January 20th.  Natalia is marching with her mother and other members of her family for the first time ever because "I am demanding change and am tired of being put on the backburner -- a women's place is in the White House. The one thing I hope for women in 2018 is change."  Margarita is marching because "I think it's very important we all come out and show support against all the things that are happening in this country today like racism, and I want to see a lot more women in power because I really think that women are the change. I marched last year in Madison, Wisconsin and the difference is the crowd is smaller today, but the energy is still here. I hope to see more women elected to offices in 2018."