New figures [revel / reveal] that as many as 500,000 people attended the Women's March on Washington on January 21st. There has been [debated / debate] over the size of the crowds because there were no [turnstiles / styles] or ticket sales. However, high-tech [analyse / analysis] from the company Digital Design and Imaging Service provides a "solid estimate" of there [being / been] 440,000 marchers, with a [possible / possibility] of half a million. It was the biggest demonstration in the USA [for / since] the Vietnam War protests in the 1960s. The New York Times reported that the Women's March was three times [the / a] size of President Donald Trump's inauguration, which they said had 160,000 [attendees / attendance] . Five million people [participation / participated] in women's marches around the world.
The Women's March was a [globe / global] protest aimed at highlighting and protecting women's rights. The marchers also focused [in / on] immigration, healthcare, the environment, LGBTQ rights, [racial / racism] equality, freedom of religion, and workers' rights. The marches were [holding / held] the day after the inauguration of President Trump. Event organisers said they wanted to, "send a [bald / bold] message to our new administration on [that / their] first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights". They added: "We will not [rest / wrest] until women have [parity / purity] and equity at all levels of leadership [on / in] society. We work peacefully while recognizing there is no [true / truth] peace without justice and equity for all."