After three years of marching, three years of training, and three years of building political power, the Women’s March is launching into its fourth chapter with a fresh face, renewed energy to take on Trumpism, and a plan to build with a growing community of activists.
Since day one of this administration, women have been leading the resistance against Trump and what his administration stands for. In the weeks following the first march, women signed up in the thousands for workshops on how to run for office. Black women voted in elections across the country in record numbers to protect all communities specifically communities of color. Women took action on every front. The power of women was noted and challenged by those who were threatened by it but nevertheless, four years later, the Women’s March will enter 2020 ready to finish what we started.
Going into the 2020 election, we are coming together now more than ever with a different approach to this march. After surveying the vast Women’s March base, the three main issues that will be driving women to the polls are Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice, Climate Justice,, and Immigration. The 2020 Women’s March on Washington will be a platform for these three areas, intersecting with other issues that impact women.
We are pleased to be co-creating the 2020 Week of Action and the 2020 Women’s March on Washington with powerful organizations from these issue areas including Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Mijente, Greenpeace USA, NARAL, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda, The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum and more. This year we will take to the streets and put our bodies on the line to demand that our country becomes a place that works for all of us, not just an elite few. Join us at womensmarch.com/2020
Women’s March 2020 Co-Creators
Working Families Party
Planned Parenthood Action Fund
By The People
NARAL Pro-Choice America
SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum
In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda
LULAC-League of United Latin American Citizens
League of Women Voters
She the People
Rainforest Action Network
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