On January 21, 10 a.m., Marchers will CONNECT in downtown Chicago to make our voices heard and to support each other in PROTECT-ing and furthering women’s rights and civil liberties. We will continue our ACTION after the March by beginning/continuing to ACTIVATE in our communities in ways that uphold our values.
We are people of different colors, backgrounds, religious faiths, and politics. We support women’s/human rights. We are activists, seasoned and new. We are people of varying economic, educational, and social situations. We are immigrants of all statuses. We are native and indigenous. We are people of diverse gender identification and sexual identities—LGBTQ, hetero, and other. We are of diverse marital status and age. We have varied abilities. We are survivors of trauma.
Join the Women’s March on Chicago, Saturday, January 21st as we stand in solidarity with other women’s marches planned across the country,
WE WILL BE SEEN AND HEARD by the new administration.