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A fried chicken restaurant has captured the hearts of San Franciscans. The Bird landed in the city's SoMa neighborhood in October, and has been drawing lines out the door since.
The counter-service restaurant is part of restauranteur Adriano Paganini's growing empire, which includes Super Duper Burger, Unos Dos Tacos, and about 20 other Bay Area restaurants.
Leanna Garfield/Business InsiderWASHINGTON — On January 21, a day after Trump's inauguration, approximately 500,000 people convened in Washington DC for the Women's March. According to its organizers, the march's goal was to stand up for equality for all groups, especially women, LGBT folks, people of color, immigrants, and those with disabilities.
More than a million protestors marched in cities in the US and around the world, making it one of the largest one-day protests in American history.
Behind the mass throngs of crowds were individuals with their own motivations for gathering in DC.
A few shared their stories with Business Insider below.