We’ve got a lot to march about – that’s why we’re making things as easy as possible for you this time around.
We’ve gathered everything you need to know about The Woman’s March in LA this weekend so that you can gear all of your focus towards making on a change!
Women’s Marches will be taking place all over the world, with the goal to bring awareness to issues like equal pay for equal work, LGBTQ, civil and immigrant rights, women in office, ending violence against woman, and protecting reproductive freedom!
The 3rd Annual Women’s March LA takes place this Saturday, January 19. The demonstration kicks off at 8:30 am with a Tongva Nation Blessing, followed by guest speakers at 9 am. The March begins at 10 am and is anticipated to conclude around 2 pm. The event is free, but attendees are encouraged to RSVP ahead of time to give organizers an idea of how many people to expect!
Marchers are meeting at Pershing Square, 532 South Olive Street in Downtown LA before making their way to the City Hall.
Expect security to be tight and for a handful of roads to be blocked off. The easiest way to get to the march is probably by taking the metro into DTLA or to get dropped off by a ride-sharing service like Uber and Lyft.
The reasons are infinite – and it’s important to advocate reasons that women deserve to be treated equally to their male counterparts. And don’t think that your voice isn’t being heard! Last fall, records were broken when over 100 women were elected to Congress, helping Democrats gain control of the house! It’s definitely a start; let’s keep fighting for what’s right.
Who [will be there]?
Look forward to an impressive list of guest speakers, presenters, and musicians. A few people include Laverne Cox, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, Raja Kumari, and Ingrid Michaelson; for a full list, click here!