The march in Washington, D.C. included women who traveled all the way from Indiana to participate.
The non-partisan event was created to affirm values of inclusion and respect as President Donald Trump was sworn into office.
The Pussyhat Project is a nationwide initiative encouraging people to wear pink hats to the Women's March on Washington, scheduled for Saturday.
Here's what Hoosiers have to say about attending Inaugural events in Washington, D.C. on Friday.
City workers installed the signs Friday morning, honoring Columbus native Vice President Mike Pence the day he was sworn into office.
Former Indiana Governor Mike Pence was sworn into office shortly before Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States.
NPR is live-blogging the inaugural events as they happen throughout the day.
Comprehensive coverage of Friday's Presidential Inauguration with live video streaming and analysis from PBS and real-time annotations from NPR.
Hundreds of Hoosiers will be participating in the inaugural activities this weekend, with over 200 in the Indiana Republican delegation alone.
Members of the Indiana National Guard will be in Washington on Friday helping with the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.