20. January 2018 - 11:00 till 15:00
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2018 Women's March on NYC | Central Park West & 72nd | Saturday, 20. January 2018

Join the world! On January 20th NYC will raise its voice again to demand equality for all humans at the 2018 Women’s March on NYC.

Over the past year, basic rights for women, immigrants, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, the religious and nonreligious, people of color and even Mother Earth have struggled to survive under the weight of the current administration. America’s First Amendment has been challenged and healthcare for millions has been threatened. We must stand together to demand and defend our rights. Let your voice echo from the streets of New York City to the capital city. Show the world that red, white and blue are colors of tolerance.

The main entrance point will be between at 72nd & Central Park West. The rally (starting at 11:30EST) will be at Central Park West & 61st/62nd street. The full block in front of the stage (61st to 62nd on Central Park West) will be reserved for those with disabilities. The march (starting around 12:30EST) will go past Columbus Circle, East on 59th Street, and South on 6th Avenue with exits at 45th/44th/43rd streets. We will have many after march activities (indoors) for you to choose from. For information about the accommodations, sister marches, post march events, and more details, see the links below and our FAQ:

FAQ: https://womensmarchalliance.org/2018-womens-march-on-nyc/2018wm-faq/

DONATE: The 2017 march on NYC cost $60,000. This march can't happen without your generous donations: https://www.aplos.com/aws/give/WomensMarchAllianceCorp/2018wm



OTHER MARCHES: https://www.facebook.com/pg/womensmarchonnyc/events/

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  • 2 new Facebook profile frames, 2 days until all of us will be Marching Forward. https://www.facebook.com/womensmarchnyc/photos/a.1777636402454187.1073741828.1773530279531466/1929169633967529/?type=3&theater¬if_t=feedback_reaction_generic¬if_id=1516328539212799
  • My sign for the March—a melding of two iconic, strong women.
  • Just in time!
  • Hi all, I'm an Afro-Latinx intersectional feminist artist and I made 6 free downloadable protest posters for the March on Saturday if anyone is interested. There's a range from crass to sass to sisterhood. I'll be giving out free buttons of the three fists on Saturday so stop me if you see me. I'll have a sign on my backpack about the buttons!
  • I am in FLA won’t be able to attend
  • Debbie - will you be marching on Saturday? Wish I was there but too cold for me this time of year!
  • Remember Saturday women's march in New York
  • Remember Saturday women's march in New York
  • Here's the B-Side of my giant Trump's Head sign that I'll be taking to our Women's March on NYC on Saturday ... I look forward to seeing you all there!
  • I got off the subway tonight, and there were all these barricades lining the sidewalks... I smiled! NYC is ready for us... see you all on Saturday! Safe travels! 🙂
  • So excited to be going to the 2018 Womens March with my beautiful daughter Alicia Jordan!
  • I'll look for you there,Dana. Will be either with the LWV or ACLU. I don't expect it to be as wonderful as the march was last yr, in Washington, but still looking forward to it.
  • Moms and dads, if you want to explain to your kids why you are marching, what protesting is, or - if you're bringing the kids Saturday - what they will experience, Article 20 Network has created this guide to make the conversation easier. The more we talk to kids about civic participation today, the better off the world will be tomorrow. Here's the link: https://a20n.org/resources/#parents
  • Our signs are pretty basic, but the passion coming from a teen with special needs is powerful!! Look for us! Jamie is giving free hugs and Amanda (🐾) will share slobbery kisses and cuddles!
  • Sorry if asked already, but is the stage in Central Park, are we entering the park?
  • Looking forward to seeing y'all from out west! 👊🏼💯☀️
  • I am so there!
  • Hello Everyone! I’m currently in the middle of making my posters and was looking for suggestions on what people use to hold them up? I know sticks are forbidden and people like to use wrapping paper tubes; I was wondering if anyone has any more suggestions? SEE YOU SATURDAY!😍💗🤘🏼
  • I’d love to go, I went last year. I have to work tomorrow. My surgery is Monday and I need to make whatever $$ I can. Thanks for the invite.
  • This just went live: Please sign and share widely! Open Letter to Women’s March L.A.: Women for Palestine Calls for Genuine Intersectionality #WomensMarchLA #WMLA #Intersectionality #FreeAhed #BDS #FreePalestine https://tinyurl.com/y87q6d74
  • *Parking* Hi all! I used ParkingPanda.com last year for the D.C. march. It's was perfect! I was able to look up the closet parking spot to where I wanted to be, the prices were pretty good, and my spot was reserved! I know parking spots fill up fast. Just thought I would pass on the tip! Ok, back to making my sign while the kids are sleeping 😜
  • What about parking??
  • Mother Nature is with us: 49 degree weather! Will be there with my daughter!
  • Greetings! Was in DC last year, so I don’t know how this works in NYC. Is there only one entry point from start to finish? I know the entry point is at 72nd street but I am curious if you can join the March at other points? Thanks so much!
  • cant wait ,so impressed with last year to see so many young men with their daughters