The Academic Affairs Commission, FEM Newsmagazine, the External Vice President's Office and the Community Service Commission provided buses to transport UCLA students to Pershing Square, where the march began.
UCLA students posed for a photo upon arriving in Pershing Square.
Rylee Crowley (left), an undeclared first-year student and Christina Alvarez (right) a School of Law alumna, made posters in Pershing Square with other students.
People led chants at Pershing Square before the march began at 10 a.m.
Both adults and children marched in support of women's rights.
People brought megaphones, instruments and other noisemakers to the march.
Many spectators in the surrounding buildings posted signs on their windows to show support for the marchers.
Sky Suarez came with mother, Jessica, and family, to march.
Thousands of protesters filled the streets of downtown LA.
People's signs promoted messages about equality and female empowerment.
Tanya Hull, a senior fellow at the Luskin School of Public Affairs marched with other students.
Protesters yelled and led chants during the march.
Many marchers were motivated by the recent #MeToo movement as well as the actions of the current administration.
Kassie Thornton marched draped in an American flag.
Pink pussyhats were worn by many marchers.
Marchers engaged in ''trust hugs'' where they accepted hugs from strangers while blindfolded.
Crowds packed out Pershing Square, filling the streets in the surrounding blocks.
Many signs voiced frustrations with President Donald Trump.