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  • 15 Feb 2017 10:18 PM | Anonymous

    Sponsored by: Women’s March Sister Marches

    Our grassroots army is over 5 million marchers strong. For me personally, knowing that we stand together has made me feel stronger, hopeful, and more energized. I hope that we won’t stop. We can’t stop.

    On January 21, we launched the 10 actions in 100 days campaign. As a warmup, we sent thousands of postcards to our senators across the country. Now we have to build a network of activists that can handle everything that’s thrown at us — we’re in this for the long haul. So the next action is to get together with family, friends and neighbors in thousands of places around the world for a Huddle.

    Get your friends, family and neighbors together and join or host a Huddle near you.

    Huddles are meetings where we Marchers and others can get to know each other better, envision the country we want, and make plans on how to win it.

    You don’t need to have ever done something like this before. We have a guide available and lots of resources to help you come up with an action plan.

    Click here to find or host a Huddle near you!

    Building this movement is going to take all of us, in our communities, banding together to build the world we want to see, and making sure the world hears our voice. Join us.

    In solidarity,

    Yordanos and the Women’s March Team

  • 27 Jan 2017 10:21 PM | Anonymous

    Sponsored by: Women’s March Sister Marches

    10 Actions for the First 100 Days is a series of actions we’ll take together to build power and crystallize the Women’s March as a people-powered movement to be reckoned with. We’ll introduce a new action every 10 days, for the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency.

    Action 1 is to send postcards to our Senators, telling them what’s important to us and why. Click here to find out more, get your FREE postcards and find out how to write them with your friends, neighbors and fellow marchers!

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