Organizers initially estimated 320,000 people participated in the march through mid-town Manhattan, but have since upped it to 400,000. The New York march was one of several held around the world.
"It was the most diverse set of people I had ever seen -- people of every color and every age possible. I saw babies and WWII vets," said Sabrina Fu of Ellicott City. Her packed bus headed for New York at 6:30 a.m. Sunday to make the march, she reported by email.