Women's March

  • Women’s March on Washington

    Women’s March on Washington
    The Movement started on the 21st of January 2017 with the Women’s March on Washington. The march started after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. This was the largest organized single day protest in American history. This was the launch of the movement, about 5 million people marched across the globe, in every state, and on every continent.
  • Women’s Convention

    Women’s Convention
    Women’s March held the first national, intersectional feminist convention in over forty years — the 2017 Women’s Convention, Oct 27-29, 2017 at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. The convention drew 5,000 attendees to build the power of women in leadership as a grassroots force for change.
  • Youth Empower Enough National School Walkout

    Youth Empower Enough National School Walkout
    In response to the school shooting in Parkland, FL, Women’s March Youth Empower called for a nationwide walk out demanding Congress pass legislation to keep us safe from gun violence at our schools, on our streets and in our homes and places of worship. 1.6 million high school and college students participated in the #Enough National School Walkout on March 14, 2018.
  • End Family Detention Mass Action

    Women’s March took action to #EndFamilyDetention, hosting the largest women’s-only act of civil disobedience in our nation’s recorded history. After holding a mass “Know Your Rights” training for hundreds of women, more than 600 courageous women disrupted business-as-usual in the Senate with powerful songs and chants. They were arrested alongside Rep. Pramila Jayapal.
  • #CancelKavanough

    Women's March, along with Center for Popular Democracy, organized four weeks of sustained activism to stop the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Thousands traveled to D.C. from states including Maine, Nebraska, Iowa, Alaska, South Carolina where nearly 500 people were arrested for occupying Senate offices and disrupting the confirmation process. Senator Jeff Flake acknowledged this strong and sustained opposition in his decision to call for an FBI investigation.
  • Women’s March on Washington/ Women’s Wave/ Women’s Agenda

    Women’s March on Washington/ Women’s Wave/ Women’s Agenda
    All across the country, over 600,000 women stood together in solidarity to make our voices heard in 319 U.S. locations, making history, yet again. We convened a group of 50 movement leaders to create the Women’s Agenda, the first intersectional feminist policy platform. The agenda is a set of 24 essential federal policy priorities and a roadmap for our movement and a work plan for our electeds, designed to be actionable and achievable over the next two years.
  • Digital Defenders

    Digital Defenders
    Digital Defenders is a program to combat bigotry and misinformation on social media, where the public, especially young people, now gets its information about public policy and the world. Women’s March trains volunteers and provides them with coaching and information to challenge online trolls with credible, verifiable information and cogent counterarguments to their messaging in order to debunk falsehoods and myths online.
  • Reclaim the Court

    Reclaim the Court
    Women’s March organized a protest at the U.S. Supreme Court on October 6, 2019, the anniversary of the Senate confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, to call on the House of Representatives to carry out a thorough investigation into the allegations against Justice Kavanaugh in the wake of the Senate's failure to conduct a thorough investigation during the confirmation process.
  • Women’s March on Washington Women Rising + Week of Action

    Women’s March on Washington Women Rising + Week of Action
    Entering 2020 and ready to finish what we started, Women’s March organized the 4th Annual Women’s March + Week of Action, in DC. on January 18, 2020.
  • Feminist Organizing School

    Feminist Organizing School
    Women’s March graduated 350 Womens March activists with rave reviews from our 4-part Feminist Organizing School training series. This is a more in depth introduction to feminist values, organizing skills and building connection across race and place.
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    Get Out the Vote

    Women’s Marchers left it all on the dance floor and sent and received over 24 million text messages to unregistered and sporadic women voters. We also partnered with SONG Power to work to Unseat Lindsey Graham and called thousands of voters in South Carolina. In December, Women’s March innovated a distributed canvass called Knock Your Block where volunteers could request turf and literature in their own neighborhoods to turn out their neighbors to flip the Senate!
  • Ruth Bater Ginsburg Vigils

    Ruth Bater Ginsburg Vigils
    Women’s March organized 7,700 socially-distanced vigils at local courthouses around the country to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life, work, and legacy on September 19, 2020.
  • Count on Us March + Mass Text Bank

    Count on Us March + Mass Text Bank
    Women’s March, united with over 20 organizations including Supermajority, MomsRising, MoveOn, Planned Parenthood Votes and NARAL, mobilized in DC on October 17, 2020 for the #CountOnUs National March to send a clear message of resistance ahead of the election followed by a mass get out the vote textbank.
  • Defund Cruz

    Defund Cruz
    In collaboration with Boot Texas Republicans, our base sent 10,000 letters to Ted Cruz’s top donors urging them to cease and desist their support of Senator Ted Cruz and request a refund after his involvement with the insurrection on the Capitol and attempts to discredit the presidential election.
  • Wellness Wednesday IGTV

    Wellness Wednesday IGTV
    Women’s March launched Wellness Wednesday on IGTV @womensmarch every other Wednesday to help women fight the funk. Conversations with influencers and thought leaders about keeping yourself well so you can focus on what matters most.
  • United Visions Project

    United Visions Project
    This special project is a large collaborative effort aimed at better understanding through a data driven and relational model - the motivations and beliefs of white nationalists and those susceptible to white nationalism. 74 million people voted for Trump in 2020 and white nationalism and authoritarianism are on the rise, fueled by misogyny, transphobia and racism. We know this is a feminist issue and we are working to build out a new set of strategies to organize to stop it.
  • Rally for Abortion Justice

    Rally for Abortion Justice
    More than 100 organizations planned rallies nationwide to send a strong message to the Supreme Court that we will defend access to abortion at all costs. Rallied in more than 650 locations, in cities and in rural areas, in all 50 states. In DC, 20,000 activists participated in the rally and marched from Freedom Plaza to the steps of the United States Supreme Court, it was hosted comedian and activist Cristela Alonzo, and featured speakers from all across the coalition for abortion justice.
  • Holding the line for Abortion's Justice!

    Holding the line for Abortion's Justice!
    Women’s Marchers held the line for abortion justice on December 1st as the justices and their clerks began deliberating the “Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization” hearing at the Supreme Court. In solidarity with activists in Mississippi and all over the country, Women's March supporters encircled the Supreme Court of the United States to visually and symbolically hold the line for abortion justice.
  • Women's March is Five!

  • Bans Off our Bodies

    Bans Off our Bodies
    On May 2nd a Supreme Court majority draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was leaked leaving little doubt their plans to overturn Roe v. Wade. Supporters in mobilizations around the country turning out over a million people calling for abortion access.
    We will continue to show up until abortion is safe, legal, and accessible to everyone. Women's March kicked off the Summer of Rage.
  • Descision Days Rallies

    Descision Days Rallies
    On June 24, 2022 the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood. That afternoon thousands rallied in the streets in cities nationwide. We Won't Go Back. We Won't Back Down.
  • Banner Drop: Biden Protect Abortion

    On June 28th Women's March organized climbers to drop a 40' x 30' banner from a crane 180 feet high above the US Capitol that said: BIDEN PROTECT ABORTION. We aren’t going anywhere until abortion access is protected.
  • Ungovernable: Rage at the White House

    On July 9th thousands of women and allies risked arrest outside the White House to send a strong message to Biden: PROTECT ABORTION. "We know that there are limits to President Biden's authority but we want him to push his authority to that limit," stated Rachel Carmona, executive director of Women's March, at the rally. #SummerOfRage
  • Women's Wave 2022 Women's March

    On Saturday, October 8th, exactly one month before Election Day, women and their allies turned up in force in cities across the country for a massive nationwide “Women’s Wave” day of action rallying supporters of reproductive rights ahead of the 2022 midterms. Hundreds of thousands of people showed up at more than 415 events across the country in all 50 states.
  • The Women's Convention

    The Women's Convention
    A conference of 1700 women and allies from every state – who shared values, experience, and culture – gathered to help heal the wounds from the pandemic, economic depression, and a history of racism in order to build a nation that works for all of us.
    The event was hosted by Women's March along with dozens of partners including our level one sponsors.
  • Bigger than Roe

    JANUARY 22, 1973: The Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade and guaranteed the constitutional right to abortion care. JUNE 24, 2022: The Court overturned that decision and stripped our rights away. JANUARY 22, 2023: The 50th anniversary of Roe we marched, again, because our rights and our movement are #BiggerThanRoe. Going where the fight is, this year our national mobilization was held in Madison, WI with more than 200 marches and rallies in 46 states.
  • Bigger than Roe - Texas

    Women’s March organized an emergency mobilization in Amarillo TX to help save medication abortion where allied organizations and hundreds of activists showed up. Abortion opponents have intentionally filed a lawsuit in Amarillo, where cases will assuredly land on the docket of the district’s, Trump-appointed federal judge. If he rules in their favor doctors in every state will be prohibited from prescribing Mifepristone,which is a safe abortion medication that was approved by the FDA.
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    Loud Girl Summer 2023

    Summer 2023 was the inaugural launch of our Loud Girl Summer fundraising campaign. We named it from the inspiration that YOU give us all year: in the streets, online, and in your own communities–having the courage to lift your voice even when it is difficult to do so. We will never be silent. We will never stop defending and protecting our reproductive rights for everyone. We'll be back next summer, and loud! Join us.
  • Dobbs Anniversary March - D.C. & Nationwide

    On Saturday, June 24, in commemoration of the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs vs Jackson that overturned Roe v Wade and ended federal protections for reproductive rights, thousands of women and their allies took to the streets in DC and across the country - to declare that they are #StillTheResistance as they continue to fight to preserve and expand access to abortion nationwide.
  • Women's Convention Milwauke

    Women's Convention Milwauke
    The 2023 Women’s Convention was organized by Women’s March in collaboration with Black Feminist Future, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NARAL Pro-Choice America, DoSomething.org, the Mozilla Foundation, the Women’s Equality Center, the National Women’s Law Center, SEIU, MomsRising, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Ben & Jerry’s, Supermajority, the Ms. Foundation for Women, National Council of Jewish Women, FEMINIST, Emily’s List, Revolution Beauty, LUSH Cosmetics and WellBefore.
  • The Time is Now

    The Time is Now
    Take action Now!