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Women’s March Los Angeles 2018 | Pershing Square Park Downtown LA | Saturday, 20. January 2018

IT'S TIME TO GET READY.... Women’s March - Los Angeles 2018 will take place on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 beginning at 9:00 a.m. in downtown Los Angeles.

**First, we MARCH, then we VOTE! **

The Women’s March LA Foundation, a woman led 510c3 community organization, will again bring together people of all genders, ages, races, cultures, political affiliations, disabilities and backgrounds in downtown Los Angeles on January 20, 2018. On this date we will march to announce our collective vision that by using our VOTE we can create a government that supports and represents our intersecting identities and the social justice and human rights issues that impact us all.

“Women’s March Los Angeles 2018 is about having our voices heard, activating our community and unifying our community. Women’s rights are human rights.” – Emiliana Guereca, Co-Executive Director, WMLAF

“In a time when we are all wondering what we can do, we can do this…let them hear our voice!”—Deena Katz, Co-Executive Director, WMLAF

The Women's March – Los Angeles 2018 is part of a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for women’s rights, human rights, civil liberties, and social justice for all. This is a non-partisan and peaceful event. People will unite locally and nationally in every state and major metropolitan area to stand with us in solidarity for the American values we represent.

  • FIRST WE MARCH....THEN WE VOTE! SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017 CA has a lot at stake in the November 2018 elections with MANY key seats up for grabs. If you have something to say about how your government should run then come and join us and learn how you can help make a difference in the months leading up to November, and beyond. Read more at www.womensmarchla.org! See you there!
  • The #MeToo Survivor's March was powerful because it was #Intersectional and #Grassroots! Women's March, LA 2018, take a clue from us! Tarana Burke, #MeToo Creator: "Sexual violence really doesn’t know a race, a class, a gender. It can happen to anybody. The response to sexual violence, on the other hand, can be highly racialized and highly gendered." #MeTooMarch through Hollywood - Nov. 12, 2017 Danielle Robicheau, Jasmyne Cannick, Ivy Quicho, Brenda Gutierrez, Tarana Burke, Gina Felix , Madeline Merritt and Jasmyne Cannick.
  • Thanks Fandra Chang!
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  • Deanna Diaz Erica Wedmore Jackelyn Paredes
  • Vicky Reyes LA CAUSA should be a part of this.
  • Who's going?
  • GO GIRL!!! My Love goes with you!!! Grandma
  • Julie Quan 😏😏😏
  • Thanks April! Sadly I’ll be out of town 😭 I love this and I want to go to this! I wish it was the following weekend:( Thank you for including me! Lmk if you hear of anymore! :)
  • Melissa Jean?
  • I'll be there in spirit, Beth 😊
  • Graciela Garcia let's go?
  • Amanda Woodle Laura Brewer !!! let's repeat last year :)
  • Tickets...to this march...how much are they? Since when are there costs involved in this kinda thing?
  • Throw some anti-tax reform banners in there also...
  • Cat Molina?
  • Are there going to be any sister marches? We had 10 thousand+ attend in January
  • Kristine Skeate. So are the four of you gonna come with me or what?!
  • Are you protesting the Hollywood molesters and Al Franken?
  • Nino's 2nd March?! I'm in!
  • Marissa Linderman let’s go!
  • Terri CogbillChristie CogbillEric Heller
  • Love you old friend. Looks like I maybe going to Washington.
  • Terence Morales