Women’s March 2018

Alandra-Michelle-Women's-March-2017-{The Little Market}Photo by Alandra Chavarria

Women’s March 2017

On January 21, 2017, approximately 750,000 people became a part of history in Los Angeles by participating in the Women’s March in the streets of downtown Los Angeles.

Participants joined together to advocate for positive social change as part of a national movement. In 2017, women’s marches were held from Alaska and California to Alabama and Florida to Kansas and Michigan to Texas and Nevada to North Carolina and New York, reaching more than 650 marches in the United States. Furthermore, The Washington Post recorded at least 261 marches abroad.

Women’s March 2018

This year’s anniversary event for downtown Los Angeles will take place on Jan. 20. The women-led movement showcases the power of participants’ voices in a collective effort toward equity for all. Through education and initiatives for community engagement, such as events and training, the Women’s March has created a framework and movement for social change. The following set of Unity Principles is a part of its platform:

  • Ending Violence
  • Reproductive Rights
  • LGBTQIA Rights
  • Workers’ Rights
  • Civil Rights
  • Disability Rights
  • Immigrant Rights
  • Environmental Justice

As part of the upcoming event, the Women’s March LA Foundation is organizing speakers, music, art, and community booths, all sharing a mutual belief and passion for social change and the Unity Principles.

We are proud to advocate for women’s rights, which we believe are human rights, and for a more equal world. Join our team members on Jan. 20 in downtown Los Angeles! Scroll down to pick one of our ready-to-print empowerment posters to bring with you!

Alandra-Michelle-Women's-March-2017-{The Little Market}Photo by Alandra Chavarria

To learn more about this year’s Women’s March in Los Angeles, to find Women’s Marches near you, and to find other ways to get involved, visit Women’s March – Official Site, Women’s March – Global, and Women’s March LA.

Ready-to-Print Empowerment Posters

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Women’s March LA
Washington Post – This is what we learned by counting the women’s marches

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