Seattle Women's March 2.0

#rise        #bethechange     #MeToo

 

WE MADE history again on the first anniversary of the Women's March.

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Why are we marching?

To engage and empower all people to support women's rights, racial equity, human rights, civil rights, disability rights, LGBTQIA rights, workers’ rights, immigrant rights, reproductive rights, Indigenous people's rights and social and environmental justice.

January 20, 2018

10 am – 3 pm

Starting at  

Cal Anderson Park

Ending at

Seattle Center

See the full route here


THANK YOU TO OUR AMAZING VOLUNTEERS


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As an official sister march of the national Women's March, we support the Unity Principles, an intersectional platform that represents a new understanding of the connected nature of our struggles and a vision of our collective liberation.

 


Have you made your sign yet?

Signs were such an important part of last year's march.  That's why we hosted a sign-making party this weekend at The Riveter, a female-forward co-working space on Capitol Hill. Here are a few pictures from the event.


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JOIN IN EVEN IF YOU CAN'T PHYSICALLY ATTEND

 

Even if you can't get out and march because of illness or disability, you can still participate in the march. How? MarchingWithMe matches Supporters with able-bodied Marchers. Marchers wear a small, printable photo banner of their Supporter on the day and partners share personal stories with each other by posting photos and experiences of the march on social media with the #MarchingWithMe hashtag.

 


 

HONORING THE FIRST WOMEN'S MARCH

Thank you for sharing your pictures and memories from last year's march on our Facebook page

 
 

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SHARE YOUR PICTURES AND STORIES ON FACEBOOK

Please visit our Facebook page to share stories about last year’s march and photos that show how the march impacted you and your loved ones. We also want to encourage people to discuss the #MeToo movement and what we can do in the next year to more effectively support women who are the victims of sexual harassment and assault.


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