Marches like the Women's March on Washington in January 2017, pictured here, are examples of marches that DC tourism officials don't do any marketing for. Molly Adams / Flickr
Skift Take: Protests and marches are a phenomenon that D.C. tourism officials never asked for but are forced to reckon with. It's an ongoing reckoning that the city's tourism board is still figuring out in the digital age, and other destinations are taking cues.
— Dan Peltier
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