Join Us at the Women’s March on Washington and Events Nationwide!
By Kelley Robinson | Jan. 10, 2017, 5:58 p.m. | Comments
Category: Attacks on Planned Parenthood, Health Care Equity
We’re turning out for the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st, as well as #IStandWithPP events across the country. Are you in?
I’ve spoken to quite a few Planned Parenthood supporters over the last couple weeks — and let me tell you, they are fired up. And you know what? So am I.
That’s why I’m SO pumped to announce that Planned Parenthood has signed on as a partner to the Women’s March on Washington. That partnership adds Planned Parenthood’s base of 9.5 million supporters, donors, and activists to the biggest inauguration demonstration in the country.
RSVP to the Women’s March
RSVP if you plan to join me, Cecile Richards, and thousands others on the front lines at the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, January 21st. We’ll send you important updates about where to find us in the march line and other information about what we have going on that weekend.
The Women’s March on Washington is more than just a march. It’s about solidarity — as women, people of color, LGBTQ folks, immigrants, people of all religions, and people of all incomes — and showing the vibrant strength our communities gain from that unity.
Looking for ways to deepen your activism the day after the Women's March? Join the national Domestic Workers Alliance, Generation Progress, Ms. Foundation, National Domestic Workers Alliance, United State of Women, the YWCA, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America for a day of trainings aimed at building a network of community leaders across the nation.
RSVP here for the trainings, which will take place in D.C. on Sunday, January 22.
Find Other Events Near You
If you can’t make it to Washington, D.C., there are hundreds of events and actions happening in the coming weeks just as critical to showing our movement’s strength.
Find and RSVP to an event near you.
These events are more than just demonstrations. They’re about solidarity — as women, people of color, LGBTQ folks, immigrants, people of all religions and people of all incomes. And they’re about showing the vibrant strength our communities gain from that unity.
We Are Powerful, and We Won’t Back Down
It’s moments like this when I’m proudest to count myself among the Planned Parenthood family. Together, in Washington and across the country, we’ll send a clear message to extremists: We are stronger than your attempts to divide us. We won’t stand idly by as you try to roll back our fundamental rights – and that includes fighting like hell to stop every attempt to defund Planned Parenthood health centers.
Want to learn more about the fight to protect access to care at Planned Parenthood?
Go to istandwithpp.org for the most important information and ways to take action.
Tags: Congress, Donald Trump, Stand with Planned Parenthood, Inauguration, womens march