Women’s March is proud to be a part of the diverse San Diego community honoring the struggle for equal rights and social justice for the LGBTQ community, both historic and modern day. We invite you to join us in walking the parade route, representing WMSD. Register today, as limited edition WMSD Pride T-shirts will be provided to the first 25 participants!
Join us and over 50 local organizations this Friday, July 12! The Coalition to Close the Concentration Camps - San Diego in will host a Rally, March, and Lights for Liberty Vigil in San Ysidro, joining thousands of people around the country who on this day will protest the inhumane conditions faced by refugees and children being held in concentration camps. This is a peaceful and family oriented event. Bring your strong voice and your signs and march with us in unity and solidarity!
Schedule of Events - Friday, July 12, 2019
5 -6:30 PM - RALLY AT LARSEN FIELD
4100 Camino de la Plaza
San Ysidro, California 92173
- Artivism art Installation
- Children’s Activities
- Danza Azteca
- Welcome & Blessing by Kumeyaay Elders and Bird-singers as we begin the March to the bridge.
6:30 PM - MARCH TO BRIDGE
7- 9 PM - LIGHTS FOR LIBERTY VIGIL AT THE BRIDGE
- Voicing Our Demands for Justice
- Sacred Witnessing: Stories from relatives impacted detention centers.
On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, hundreds of San Diegans will attended a Stop the Bans rally, joining the National Day of Action to defend reproductive freedom nationwide and to #StopTheBans.
This event, co-sponsored by Indivisible San Diego Central and Women’s March San Diego, joined local and national organizations including Planned Parenthood the American Civil Liberties Union to rally in support of reproductive rights and sent a strong message to lawmakers across the nation that we will unite in opposition to the new “heartbeat” laws and Alabama’s extreme abortion ban.
Speakers at today’s event included local leaders, activists, and elected officials including Nora E. Vargas, Vice President of Community and Government Relations at Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest, Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, Sarah Dolgen Shaftel, Allies for Women, Norma Chavez-Peterson, ACLU San Diego Imperial County, Tasha Williamson, San Diego activist and founder of The Compassion Project & Building Justice, Wendy Wheatcroft, San Diego gun violence activist, Jordan Malinalcihuatl, trans-border community member, Adrian Donovan Scott a trans/nonbinary activist, Kenya Taylor, youth, family, and senior advocate, Aeiramique Glass Blake, community activist. The event concluded with a rallying cry from Kim Sontag-Mulder, President of the San Diego chapter of NOW. Speakers gave personal accounts for sharing their voice and support to #StopTheBans. Tasha Williamson noted, “I do not believe that we should take choices away from any group of individuals because what we do now will echo in the future.”
Join us for a little bubbly and jewelry shopping. Friends and family will love these works of art, and 20% of each purchase will be donated to Women's March San Diego!
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Hosted by Museum of Photographic Arts
Discussion to follow with filmmakers Anayansi Prado, Heather Courtney
Directors: Anayansi Prado, Heather Courtney
2018, 85 min
“We have years of activism under our belts. Now we just fight harder, we fight smarter, and we fight as one.”
– Alejandro, film subject, The Unafraid
High School seniors Alejandro, Silvia, and Aldo, like most of their friends, are eager to go to college and pursue their education. However, their home state of Georgia not only bans them from attending the top five public universities, but also deems them ineligible for in-state tuition at public colleges due to their immigration status as DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients. In response, these three ambitious and dream-filled students divert their passions towards the fight for education in the undocumented community. As President Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric against immigrants gains momentum, and amid constant threat of losing their DACA status and being deported, The Unafraid follows these inspirational members of the generation of “undocumented, unapologetic and unafraid” young people who are determined to overcome and dismantle oppressive policies and mindsets.
Human Rights Watch is one of the world’s leading independent organizations dedicated to defending and protecting human rights. We work tenaciously to lay the legal and moral groundwork for deep rooted change and fight to bring greater justice and security to people around the world. Through our Human Rights Watch Film Festival we bear witness to human rights violations and create a forum for courageous individuals on both sides of the lens to empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference. The film festival brings to life human rights abuses through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand justice for all people.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/2109532715751787/
Women of Color Roar 2019 is a celebration of the historic elections of Women of Color; from London Breed becoming the first African American female mayor of San Francisco to a record number of WOC in the freshman class of Congress.
A panel of dynamic women leaders will reflect on 2018, a banner year for women of color running for office, share insights from their own campaigns and shed light on the required groundwork for the 2020 election.
Women of Color Roar 2019 will offer mentorships, internships and instill sense of mission encourage young women to run for office. Honoring trail-blazing Women of Color in our community who have been working tirelessly to register disenfranchised voters, to supply medical aid to the refugees at our border and stand up for criminal justice reform.
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Continental breakfast will be served.
Sponsored by: The Indivisible Project is a 501 (c) 4 nonprofit corporation. Donations are not tax deductible.
Hosted by San Diego Progressive Democratic Club
Join us in celebrating the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The theme for this year's parade is “Living the Dream, Let Freedom Ring” - feel free to make your own signs to bring!
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/381108199116642/
Our marchers make a difference.
The 3rd Annual Women’s March will continue to empower our global community in support of civil rights, disability rights, ending violence, environmental justice, immigrant rights, LGBTQIA rights, reproductive rights, and worker’s rights!
This peaceful demonstration will magnify the work being done by community organizations, and we invite you to join millions in creating another tidal wave that will bring #TruthToPower!
Women's March San Diego would like to express our gratitude to the Kumeyaay people, on whose land we march, for their support.
The 2019 San Diego Women’s March will run from approximately 10am – 1:45pm. 10am Blessing and Performances, 11am Speakers, 12pm WE March! Post march, we invite you to return to Waterfront Park to enjoy music by the Resizters, food trucks, and connect with our community partners.
Nora E. Vargas, March Emcee | Kumeyaay elder Virginia Christman | Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins | Councilmember Dr. Priya Bhat-Patel | Cedrice, Singer/Songwriter & Spoken Word Artist | Rabbi Laurie Coskey | Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher | Melissa Hill | Professor Emeritas Starla Lewis | Councilmember Monica Montgomery | The Resizters, Protest Cover Song Band | Lisa Sanders, Singer/Songwriter | San Diego Women’s Chorus | Wendy Wheatcroft, Mom’s Demand Action | Lindsay White, Singer/Songwriter | Tasha Williamson, Founder of Compassion Project & Building Justice
For more information regarding the 2019 Women’s March San Diego Program, please click here. Please check back often as we add more speakers!
ASL Interpreter, Carla Warnock
LOGISTICS & ROUTE
N. Harbor Drive & Pacific Highway will have limited access to traffic from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. Lyft/Uber/Chartered Bus Drop-off: Beech St. and Ash St. between Columbia & Front St.
March starts and ends in Waterfront Park.
TRANSPORTATION & PARKING
1. COASTER: The COASTER will be running this year, and in support of the march they have added two additional trains! There will be an extra southbound COASTER leaving Oceanside Transit Center at 9:00 AM (making all stops) which will arrive downtown at approximately 10:10 AM, and a northbound COASTER (making all stops) leaving Santa Fe Depot at 2:15 PM.
2. AMTRAK: Link to timetable for Amtrak Pacific Surfliner.
3. SPRINTER: Passengers on all SPRINTER trains must have the appropriate fare. One-way and round-trip tickets can be purchased at the station ticket vending machines, and day-passes can be purchased ahead of time via the North County Transit District mobile app, Compass Cloud.
4. MTS (Bus & Trolley): Schedules and Real Time updates. MTS Rapid 235 runs high frequency bus service down the I-15 from the Escondido transit center to downtown with minimal stops. MTS will be running extra Trolley service the morning of the event. All three Trolley lines will have service at least every 15 minutes leading up to the event, with extra added service after the march. Marchers are encouraged to use free Park & Ride lots along the Trolley, and save time by getting transit tickets on their phones using the Compass Cloud app. For more info, click here:
5. PARK & RIDE: Park at SDCCU Stadium (formerly Qualcomm) and catch the trolley. MTS has 5,000 free parking spots. Compass Cloud mobile ticketing app is the fastest option to get Trolley passes in advance. Exit at the County Center/Little Italy Station.
6. CHARTER A BUS: Grab a group of friends and charter a bus! email@example.com
7. HOP ON A RALLY BUS: Travel on a high-end bus without hassles of driving, parking or navigating traffic. As long as 30 or more people sign-up for a bus, it will run. Rally Bus organizes buses based on demand, so spread the word and help get those seats filled! $35 round trip.
8. PARK DOWNTOWN: Search for and reserve parking in downtown San Diego.
9. LYFT: 20% off 1 ride. Use code WMSD19. Maximum savings of $5 per ride. (max
HEALTH & SAFETY
Rain or shine, hot or cold...we march! Please check the weather report and please be sure to dress appropriately.
We look forward to another peaceful and safe march this year! Since the inaugural march, WMSD has partnered with SD law enforcement and emergency response in order to address marcher safety. We acknowledge that not all members of our community feel safe among law enforcement, and that is why WMSD has a team of marshals (wearing bright pink vests) who are trained in de-escalation.
GET IN TOUCH
Interested in being a WMSD Community Partner? Women’s March San Diego invites local non-profits and other organizations to join this event with informational booths. All applications will be reviewed and you will be informed via email if your application has been accepted. Click here.
Our sisters, North County San Diego Women In Solidarity are hosting a rally in Oceanside and then joining us to march. Lots to celebrate in North County where women are rising up and reclaiming power! For more information, click here.
Please register if you are attending our 1.19.2019 rally at
For the latest information, please visit:
Rally to march in San Diego! We have many victories to celebrate because we’ve worked hard and our efforts paid off. Gather at the Civic Center to get pumped up from our newly elected women as we honor the voices of North County.
We’ll also have great music and entertainment to send us off together as a powerful force for the future.
We have music and Zumba is back!
We have some great speakers to inspire us to reclaim our power! Don’t miss the speakers at 10 am.
Then at 10:30 we will march to the train station together to march in San Diego!
At the rally we will sell our cool T-shirts in navy blue with our logo at front, 100% Cotton, V neck, Short Sleeved. Priced at $20 each and unisex sizes come in M, L, XL and XXL.
Watch out 2019! Here Come The Women!
Hosted by Women's Museum of California
Join the Women's Museum for a panel discussion on the impact women organized protests have had on the history of the United States and how to turn one day into a movement that changes policy and society.
Shikha Hamilton from the Million Mom March and Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
Jenna Munoz from San Diego Area Chapter of NOW
Dr. Doreen Mattingly, Chair Women's Studies, San Diego State University
Monica Boyle, President of the Board, Women's March San Diego
Connie Broussard, board of the California Association of Black Lawyers
Hosted by San Diego Area Chapter of NOW
The Women’s March is quickly approaching; and NOW is hosting a sign making event!
There are a number of reasons why we march, and continue to march and showcasing that on a sign is what this event is all about. Feel free to bring a friend, bring a few!
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/220981308817558/
We couldn’t be more aware of the critical importance of the upcoming election! Many of you have shared your interest in getting involved, but are unsure how to do so. We’re here to help.
Mix and Mingle with other volunteers as we ramp up for the 01.19.19 Women’s March! Want to help get out the vote? We will also be providing training on how to text or phone bank from the comfort of your own home!
First round of 40 provided by Bitter Brothers! Please RSVP with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A brighter tomorrow demands our action today. We thank you for all you are doing to turn the tide.
Women’s March San Diego, in partnership with Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas, invites you to join us for a special evening with Producer/Director Linda Goldstein Knowlton as she shares a sneak peek of her new documentary - RADICAL BROWNIES, which follows a group of young girls of color based in Oakland, California driven by a mission for equality and social justice.
In addition, Linda will present a special screening of MAKERS: WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD, a documentary highlighting the rise to power of women in the movie industry. The screenings will be followed by a Q&A with Linda.
PURCHASE TICKETS: General Admission - $100 (Tickets Include - Film Presentations | Q&A | Silent Auction | Refreshments)
Limited Availability. Deadline: October 24, 2018. Early Bird ticket sales: For each ticket purchased by October 12, 2018, ticket holder will receive a raffle ticket for a Women's March San Diego Goodie Bag to be raffled off at the event
Linda Goldstein Knowlton is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, working in both documentary and scripted feature films, as well as in television. For her most recent film, Goldstein Knowlton directed and produced WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD, one of the six, one-hour documentaries for the Emmy-nominated PBS MAKERS: Women Who Make America series. She has also produced/directed SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN, CODE BLACK, and the award-winning WHALE RIDER.
This event benefits Women’s March San Diego. Our thanks to our sponsor Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas for their contribution and partnership. We extend our special thanks to Linda Goldstein Knowlton for giving us this opportunity to share her work that empowers the women and the girls who will grow into the women who march in the future!
Unable to attend this event? Still want to make a contribution to Women's March San Diego? Donate here.
On September 25th, in partnership with the League of Women Voters San Diego and Be the Vote, Women’s March San Diego will be hosting an event at Stone Brewery at Liberty Station to celebrate National Voter Registration Day.
Come grab a free 5 oz. beer when you register to vote or check your voter registration status! Test your civic knowledge through games, enjoy our photo wall and snag lots of fun voter swag! Bring a friend and learn how you can get more involved and make a difference!
Click here to register.
Join thousands of San Diegans, in solidarity with people around the world, to demand immediate action on climate change.
Together we will march to protect our air, water, and land. We will march for our communities, for clean energy jobs, and for the people we love. We will commit to voting for climate champions. In solidarity with all those who are oppressed in our society, we will demand climate justice.
The Rise For Climate March San Diego will gather at City Hall on Civic Center Plaza. Starting at 10 AM there will be live music, inspiring speeches, and participatory actions, followed by a short march to South Embarcadero Park where we’ll have voter registration, activities, and a Kid’s Zone with games and face-painting. Click the following link for more information and transportation options.
Join us on June 30, as we join forces with the ACLU, MoveOn, The Leadership Conference, and National Domestic Workers Alliance to send a clear message: Families Belong Together!
"What’s happening to families at the border right now is horrific: Nursing infants ripped away from their mothers. Parents told their toddlers are being taken to bathe or play, only to realize hours later that they aren’t coming back. Children incarcerated in warehouses and, according to more than one account, kept in cages. This is a moral and humanitarian crisis. Everyone of us who has ever held a child in their arms, and every human being with a sense of compassion and decency should be outraged." - Hillary Clinton
If you prefer to stay in Waterfront Park, you will be treated to music provided by the Resisterz!
March. Give. Vote.
It's on us to keep up the pressure.
Please join WMSD in solidarity with San Diego Indivisible.
Families Belong Together opposes the cruel, inhumane and unjustified separation of children from their parents along the U.S. border with Mexico and at other ports of entry into the U.S. We protest the conditions in which these children are kept. We protest the irreversible trauma that has already been perpetrated on these children and their parents for the crime of seeking a better life.
To separate immigrant families, victims of violence, hunger and poverty, is to re-violate them. Children as young as 18 months are torn from their mother’s arms by the U.S. government. This is violent abuse. These families are victimized again by the government to which they turn for help. Families Belong Together opposes the inhumane policies of the Trump Administration, Border Patrol, and I.C.E. and calls for immediate reform.
Familias Unidas, No Divididas echaza la separación cruel, inhumana e injustificada de niños de sus padres a lo largo de la frontera de los Estados Unidos con México y en otros puertos de entrada a los EE. UU. Protestamos por las condiciones en las que se mantienen a estos niños. Protestamos contra el trauma irreversible que ya se ha perpetrado contra estos niños y sus padres por el delito de buscar una vida mejor.
Separar a las familias inmigrantes, familias víctima de la violencia, el hambre y la pobreza es volver a violentarlas. El gobierno de los Estados Unidos separa a niños de tan solo 18 meses de los brazos de sus madres. Esto es abuso. Estas familias son nuevamente victimizadas por el gobierno al que acuden en busca de ayuda. Familias Unidas, No Divididas se opone a las políticas inhumanas de la administración de Donald Trump, Protección Fronteriza y I.C.E. y pide una reforma inmediata.
On May 19th, San Diego County voters will join together to collectively participate in the ultimate expression of our democracy...We Will Vote!
Bring your mail-in ballot for the June 5th election, and march from the San Diego Civic Center Plaza to the post office in Horton Plaza, where we will show our solidarity in casting our ballots together by mail.
This is a significant election for San Diego County. We will elect our District Attorney, Sheriff, and County Clerk and decide which candidates will proceed to the November general election for critical City, County, State, and National races.
Need a mail-in ballot? Go to the Registrar Of Voters website.
Women's March San Diego has heard the call from our kids, the survivors of the school shooting in Florida who are calling for a march on Washington, and across the country to demand action on gun control.
Thoughts and prayers are not enough to honor the victims of gun violence. What we need now is action.
On March 24, 2018, students will rally in Washington D.C and in local communities across the country to demand action from our leaders. Join WMSD as we support our students in the March For Our Lives, as we fight for an America that is free from gun violence.
March For Our Lives is created by, inspired by, and led by students across the country who will no longer risk their lives waiting for someone else to take action to stop the epidemic of mass school shootings that has become all too familiar.
The mission and focus of March For Our Lives is to demand that a comprehensive and effective bill be immediately brought before Congress to address these gun issues. No special interest group, no political agenda is more critical than timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues that are rampant in our country.
Please mark your calendars and plan to join us in solidarity as we support the students on this effort. Details to include location and time are TBD.
On January 20th we will march again, this time for our voices and votes to be heard! We will engage and empower our global community to support women's rights, human rights, access to healthcare, social and environmental justice, safety and economic security. This peaceful demonstration will also bring attention to the 2018 elections, magnifying the work being done by community organizations to turn out the vote!
First we MARCH, then we VOTE!
For their support, we thank the Kumeyaay people on whose land we march.
Senator Toni Atkins | Elder Nancy Nagle of the Santa Ysabel Kumeyaay Nation | Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher | Skyler McCurine, MC | Congresswoman Susan Davis | Rabbi Laurie Coskey | Assemblymember Shirley Weber | Veronica May, Musician & Mental Health Activist | San Diego Women's Chorus | Vanessa McCullers, Moms of Black Boys United | Dawniel Carlock Stewart, SD Women's March President | Women's Drum Circle | The Resizters | Councilmember Barbara Bry | Councilmember Georgette Gomez | Aliza Amir, Sexual Violence Activist | Christy Littlemore & Culture Shock | Leah Goodwin | Monica Boyle, 2018 SD Women's March Organizer | Dr. Maria Nieto Senour | Dulce Garcia, DREAMer & Activist
TRANSPORTATION & PARKING
IMPORTANT: A coastal rail closure will be in place this coming weekend, January 20-21, to allow for needed infrastructure improvements along the railway. It is recommended that marchers consider one of the following transportation options:
1. SPRINTER: In addition to normal Saturday SPRINTER service, four additional trains will run: 8:03 a.m. and 9:03 a.m. departing westbound from Escondido Transit Center, and 9:03 a.m. and 10:03 a.m. departing eastbound from Oceanside Transit Center. Passengers on all SPRINTER trains must have the appropriate fare. One-way and round-trip tickets can be purchased at the station ticket vending machines, and day-passes can be purchased ahead of time via the North County Transit District mobile app, Compass Cloud.
2. PARK & RIDE: Park at SDCCU Stadium (formerly Qualcomm) and catch the trolley. MTS has 5,000 free parking spots and will boost service to every 7.5 minutes beginning at 8 a.m.! Also, the Compass Cloud mobile ticketing app is the fastest option to get Trolley passes in advance. Exit at the County Center/Little Italy Station. All Women’s March Trolley service info can be found here.
3. COASTER BUS SERVICE: Limited non-stop bus service will be available directly to the Old Town San Diego station from Oceanside Transit Center, Carlsbad Village, Carlsbad Poinsettia, Encinitas, Solana Beach, and Sorrento Valley stations. All buses will depart from each station at 8:00 a.m. In the afternoon, buses will depart Old Town San Diego station at the following times, based on the station destination: Sorrento Valley 2:30 p.m., Solana Beach 2:35 p.m., Encinitas 2:40 p.m., Carlsbad Poinsettia 2:45 p.m., Carlsbad Village 2:50 p.m., and Oceanside 2:50 p.m. Click here for more information.
4. CHARTER A BUS: email@example.com
5. HOP ON A RALLY BUS: As long as 30 or more people sign-up for a bus, it will run. Prices start at $30 round trip. Rally Bus organizes buses based on demand, so spread the word and help get those seats filled!
6. PARK AT SAN DIEGO HIGH SCHOOL 1405 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101. 150 Parking Spots, $10. Proceeds will support the high school's music program!
7. PARK DOWNTOWN: Search for and reserve parking in downtown San Diego.
8. LYFT: Existing Customers: 30% off to and from the Women's March San Diego with code WMSD2018. Maximum savings of $5 per ride. Discount applies to fare and Prime Time charges only. New Customers: $5 off with code HearOurVote.
IMPORTANT: March starts and ends in Waterfront Park.
N. Harbor Drive & Pacific Highway will be closed to traffic 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. Lyft/Uber/Chartered Bus Drop-off: Beech St. and Ash St. between Columbia & Front St.
If you prefer to stay in Waterfront Park, you will be treated to music provided by the Resisterz!
Women's March San Diego believes all marchers matter. If you are not able to march this Saturday due to disability, consider joining a virtual march at disabilitymarch2.com.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Rain or shine, hot or cold...we march! Please check the weather report and please be sure to dress appropriately.
We look forward to another peaceful and safe march this year! Women's March San Diego is working with multiple public safety organizations, who will be providing the maximum number of resources.
Afterwards, please consider marching over to Little Italy's Loading Dock, The Local Eatery and Drinking Hole, or Kettner Exchange. These fine establishments are donating a portion of their proceeds to Women's March San Diego!
Check back soon for more details!
Please join Women's March San Diego, in actively supporting this event, to honor the bold and brave women of San Diego who are driving the progressive agenda forward and leading us toward a brighter future.
Keynote: Linda Sarsour, Women's March National Co-Chair
How can you help in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas?
There has been a request for blood donations, and the American Red Cross offers guidance on local sites to donate blood in time of need. No matter where you are, please consider heading over to your local blood centers to donate! There is always a need!
If you are in or near Nevada, please consider donating by going to the following locations:
- Labor Health & Welfare Clinic: 7135 W. Sahara
- United Blood Services:
- 6930 W. Charleston in Las Vegas
- 4950 W. Craig Rd. in Las Vegas
- 601 Whitney Ranch Dr. in Henderson
- 256 E. Winnie Lane in Carson City
- 1125 Terminal Way in Reno
- 4670 Sparks Blvd, Suite 100 in Sparks
The White House is planning to announce their decision regarding DACA on Tuesday, Sept. 5th. In response, we will rally in support of DACA recipients and our immigrant community!
The program will be led by DACA recipients and Legal/Academic experts, with performances to lift spirits.
Lace up your shoes and bring your signs! #DefendDACA, #DACA, #SaveDACA
In partnership with the Women's Museum of California, celebrate Women's Equality Day!
Don your suffrage hat and long skirt, and wave your women equality signs to join the rally and parade!
Listen to the enactments of the Suffragists from the First Wave of Feminism: Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, Carrie Chapman Catt, Ellen Browning Scripps, Harriett Tubman, Alice Paul, Eleanor Roosevelt
Then march in a Suffrage Parade, with equality chants, through the Prado
Balboa Park - Lawn area by the Hall of Nations
We will gather our community in response to the wave of white supremacist, neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic and anti-LGBT statements occurring nationally, post Charlottesville.
This non-violent Rally Against Hate is equal parts solidarity and action, offering a visible demonstration of intersectional movements and leaders standing against violence and hate and the rhetoric that fuels both.
After a brief program, community members are invited to take action and visit tables of local community organizations to learn about their work, to get involved, to register to vote, to learn how to host "Stay woke" house parties, to call on and communicate with elected officials locally and nationally, and more...
This is an outdoor event is in an area that is wheelchair accessible. ASL interpretation will be provided. For additional accessibility requests, contact Ben Cartwright at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There has never been a clearer sign that we must continue what we started with the Women's March than what happened in Charlottesville. The line has been jackhammered into the concrete. Women's March San Diego is standing in solidarity with Together We Will: Indivisible San Diego for Charlottesville. Join us. Condemn disgusting white supremacy and neo-Nazism. Honor those who fight against. BRING SIGNS AND CANDLES. We are asking people to promote good relations between all peoples. Our strategy is to use non-violence to counter the message of hate groups and to publicly express our support for the victims of crime in Charlottesville. Please be part of our strength! We call for a strong and decisive stand against racism, oppression, and white supremacy in all its forms. The violence we have witnessed in the past 48 hours in the small college town of Charlottesville, VA is simply another chapter in a long legacy of hate in America. With one voice, we demand it to stop!
PLEASE WEAR YOUR WOMEN'S MARCH TSHIRTS IF YOU HAVE ONE!
SDPD will be there to support our vigil!
On Sunday, July 2nd, we march to demand Congress DO THEIR JOB and remove Trump from The White House.
Donald Trump’s extreme disregard for the Constitution is a profound subversion of the Office of the President. We demand that Congress does its job and commences with impeachment proceedings immediately. We demand that Congress stop enabling President Trump through an embarrassing and potentially catastrophic charade of normalcy.
Republican senators say their phones aren’t ringing to save the ACA, so here’s the contact list:
As Republicans plan to vote on a health care bill that they won’t even allow the public to see, one that reportedly will take away pre-existing condition protections for tens of millions of Americans, there are reports they feel emboldened to do so now because calls to the Senate regarding the ACA and the AHCA have dwindled to normal call levels, after the unprecedented deluge of calls around Trump’s inauguration.
Every single senator has a legislative assistant dedicated to health care. It is time for all hands on deck. These legislative assistants need to hear directly from you. Be precise, be polite, make your voice heard.
- Grant Barbosa
- Megan Thompson
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