2018 Women’s March NYC
It’s time to reunite to send a message to the Trump administration – we won’t stop until all individuals are treated equally NOW!
We’ll be joining activists to hit the streets to demand dignity, respect, and equality for women and girls and for all.
We will not be silent! We will be there to say, “This stops NOW!”
March with us and make herstory!
When: Saturday, January 20th, at 12:00 PM SHARP
Where: Meet on 77th St between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West
Meet us at NOON SHARP on 77th Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, where we’ll line up outside the Museum of Natural History. Look for our volunteers handing out our purple NOW signs!
At 12:15 PM SHARP, we will walk over and join the march at Central Park West.
Bring drums, whistles, and noisemakers – we want to let Trump know this stops NOW! And don’t forget water, snacks, and comfortable shoes, too.
For the route map for the march, go here.
Check out our press release: NOW-NYC Will March to Defend Women & Girls
* Please note that there will be no restroom facilities along the route and the NYPD will close down streets at 12:30 PM (6th Avenue, 51st Street, and Central Park West). After 12:30 PM, you will only be able to approach the march from the north or west (you will not be able to exit west through the park, even on sidewalks). Once you exit the march, you will not be able to re-enter the route.
For more information, please see the Women’s March Alliance FAQ.
Join NOW-NYC at the Post-March Event :
WHEN: Saturday, January 20th, from 4:00 to 7:30 PM
WHERE: Helen Mills Event Space and Theater, 137 West 26th Street, NYC
Following the Women’s March, we’ll be co-sponsoring an event with VoteRunLead to hear from New York Magazine’s Rebecca Traister and others on sexual harassment, and network with NYC women leaders. For more info, click here.
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