Join the Women’s March!
Join us for the second Women’s March on January 20th–at locations across the state–as we mark one year of resistance, shed light on silenced voices and strategically organize for change.
From becoming the initial resistance movement, to #MeToo and now #TimesUp, the conversation is just getting started. Together we are organizing to dismantle systems of oppression at the workplace, in schools, communities and beyond, all through nonviolent resistance.
Our Women’s Empowerment Committee is taking the lead in organizing members to attend local Women’s Marches.
“We are marching because our purpose statement aligns with the mission of the Women’s March to create transformative social change,” said Tracie Kimbrough, chair of the Women’s Empowerment Committee. “This is an opportunity for us to come together with thousands of people from our communities to stand up for working families, women and the disenfranchised and use that power to organize at the polls.”
Through that collective power, the Women’s March aims to register and mobilize new voters by launching Power to the Polls, a national voter registration program targeting swing states. The program will engage impacted communities and use that energy to support policies and candidates that reflect the values of women empowerment.
This march is a chance to bring your family, friends and neighbors to show your solidarity for the ongoing movement and be part of the change at the polls. The Women’s Empowerment Committee will have captains at marches across the state. Below you will find march information.
|9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
(Arrive at 8 a.m. at the steps on 6th St. and Hill)
|10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
|10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
|Pershing Square 532 S. Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
|Southside Park (between 6th and 8th Street) 2115 6th Street, Sacramento, CA 95818
|1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101
|City Hall 200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
|1600 Pacific Highway,
San Diego, CA 92101
|Misty Del Rosario
|Click here to RSVP to Misty Del Rosario
or call the MRC 866.471.SEIU (7348)
|Click here to RSVP to Sylvia Ramos or call the MRC 866.471.SEIU (7348)
|Click here to RSVP to Alicia Nichols or call the MRC 866.471.SEIU (7348)