January 17, 2020
This weekend, on the third anniversary of the 2017 Women's March on Washington, women, men and families will march again on our nation's capital and in cities across the country.
The Women's March on Washington ushered in a wave of political power that has since inspired millions to vote, hundreds of women to run, and swept dozens of women into elected office -- all ready to lead transformative social change.
The mission: To send a message to the Trump administration and Congress that women's rights are human rights and that oppression of individuals based on their ethnicity, gender, disability or country of origin is unacceptable and a violation of our civil rights.
The 2020 event kicked off with a Week of Action leading up to Saturday's march, focused on the key issues of climate justice, immigrant justice, and reproductive health, rights and justice.
March2020 is joined by close to 200 partner organizations, unions and companies, including DemList!
Forward to help keep the march organized, safe and successful!
The Women's March
When: January 18th, Saturday
Time 10:00am Gathering: Freedom Plaza
& Place: 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004
The Route: From the steps of Freedom Plaza, the march will go west down Pennsylvania Avenue, then south to Constitution Avenue, around the White House before returning to the Plaza.
Metro: Metro Center (Red/Blue/Orange/Silver), McPherson Square (Orange/Silver.Blue), Gallery Place/Chinatown (Green/Yellow/Red) and Federal Triangle (Blue/Orange/Silver)
Info: https://www.wmata.com and to buy cards in advance:
Buses: Coming to the march: womensmarch2020.com/2020-buses
Train: Union Station/Amtrak
Disability Access: Accessibility meet up point is at the ADA Tent at Freedom Plaza. The ADA section will be located directly in front of the stage. firstname.lastname@example.org
American Sign Language interpretation will be provided on the stage, and picture-in-picture and CART in English will be available on the jumbotrons on the south end of the stage.
Spanish captioning will be available on the South Jumbotron.
"This is the last march before the presidential election and we know that women will be using this opportunity to show that a second term for Trump is not an option for us." -- Tabitha St. Bernard, WomensMarch2020
It's time to march again. As a proud partner of the march, DemList invites you to join us!
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