Jan
19
When: Saturday, Jan 19, 2019, 10:00am - 3:00pm
Where:

Women+s March Spokane 2019

If you would like to march with other union members, we will meet in the area by the Red Wagon at 1:20pm so we can line up together for the march. Bring your banners and/or wear your union colors. Remember, the Women+s March is not just for women. Our Union Brothers are welcome to join us to show support for women's issues! Cheers! - TM
 

Start: January 19, 2019 • 10:00 AM

Spokane Convention Center• 334 W Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA 99201-0212

All inclusive, non-partisan, issue driven event, to rally our community together for the good of all women+ and allies.

Equal pay, raise your voice, racial equity, freedom from violence, quality child care, environmental justice, refugee and immigration practices, access to health care, education, women's rights are human rights... all voices welcome.

Located in the convention center near the Opera House

10:00 Doors open Volunteer Action Fair

12:30 Rally with speakers and music

1:30 March line-up and route through downtown

post march convention center activities until 3:00

STA Schedule:

Parking: meters and lots downtown

ADA accessible

ASL Interpreter

Food and beverage for purchase via Spokane Convention Center concessions

Women+s March 2019 Mission Statement:

In alignment with the National Women’s March platform, we adopt the unity principles related to Reproductive Rights, LGBTQIA Rights, Workers’ Rights, Civil Rights, Disability Rights, Immigration Rights, Environmental Justice, and Ending Violence.

To support and honor these principles, Women+s March Spokane endeavors to harness the power of diverse women in our community to create transformative social change; promote civil rights for every human regardless of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, ability, religion, housing or economic status; amplify the work of community leaders and organizations to educate, mobilize, dialogue and engage our community in collective action to advance justice, equity, freedom, and inclusion.