On January 21, women across the country will take to the streets to demand that the U.S. move forward on women’s equality, reproductive rights and healthcare, racial justice, LGBTQ equality, non-violence, economic opportunity and environmental justice—and send a bold message that hatred and intolerance have no place in the United States.
The Feminist Majority Foundation, publisher of Ms., has partnered with organizers in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco and will be assembling a feminist delegation for each city’s Women’s March.
On President-Elect Donald Trump’s first day in the White House, marches in cities spanning the nation will signal to his administration that feminists—who are the majority—will not sit idly by while he attempts to turn back the clock on the progress we’ve made over the last century.
Join FMF as they make history—and begin resisting on day one.
Carmen Rios is the Digital Editor at Ms., Managing Editor of Argot Magazine, Feminism Editor at Autostraddle and a Contributing Writer at Everyday Feminism. Her work has also appeared at BuzzFeed, MEL, Mic, BITCH, and Feministing. She stays very zen in L.A. traffic. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.