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Join us at the Women's March on January 21

The Women's March on Washington aims to send a bold message of defending women's rights, immigrant rights, LGBTQIA rights, and the rights of all those who have been marginalized by the rhetoric of the incoming administration. This is the first step in unifying all these communities to send a clear message to the president-elect that we reject his politics of fear. It is a chance to stand with others and know that we are the majority, and can accomplish much if we work together.

What you can do

1. RSVP here so the organizers can know how many people to expect. This is important for planning a safe and effective march.

2. MAKE A PLAN to get there. Carpool, caravan, get on a march bus from NYC or from elsewhere.

3. INVITE YOUR FRIENDS - this march is open to everyone, not just women - let’s make it a party!

4. FIND A SISTER MARCH IN YOUR CITY if you can’t make it to DC.

This march follows a history of important civil rights marches that took place in our country's capital. Namely the March on Washington in 1963 and the Million Man March in 1995. Marches are powerful symbolic actions, but they are also an indicator of a greater social movement taking place. It can be a way to motivate others to action, and galvanize support among the issues we care about. All successful movements in American history have both an inside and an outside strategy. This is just the beginning of ours.

Thank you!