Women march the streets of Springfield, Mo. to fight for their rights

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- All across the world, people marched for women's rights. The annual march started two years ago the day after President Trump's inauguration.

While the weather didn't cooperate in the Ozarks, plenty of people still battled the cold to take part in the march in downtown Springfield. More than 50 people bundled from head to toe, showed up in Park Central Square to support the movement.

There were speakers, women's rights organizations and performers at the event. A lot of people held signs in support of their ideas and beliefs.