There will be a ‘motivation’ each day this week leading up to the Women March on January 20. Please help build support for the day by sharing these posts on your social media feeds. Today’s post features Las Tres Hermanas, who have stood up against sexual harassment and gender discrimination against one of the most powerful persons in labor. Two lawsuits have been settled. Another continues. These women fought back because an injury to one is an injury to all!
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Just The Facts:
Women’s March San Diego | Hear Our Vote 2018
Official Website: https://womensmarchsd.org/
Women’s March North County San Diego 2018
Today’s Good News:
Here’s a map for the 1.29 mile route the march will take:
San Diego Somebody to March With:
Hello friends and supporters of We Stand With Sandy, Isabel and Anabel!
We will be meeting at Wyndham San Diego Bayside by West Ash St. and North Harbor drive around 9:30, then will walk together to join the Women’s March. It was difficult to find one another in the crowds last year, and cell signals were jammed!
This location is near Santa Fe Depot if you are taking the Coaster or Trolley.
North County Somebody to March With:
Please join the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties at the North County San Diego Women’s March as we rally in solidarity with Women’s March events and sister marches across the nation a year after the start of the Trump presidency. Register Here
This year’s theme is “Hear Our Vote” – the mission of Women’s March San Diego is to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change.
Last January, millions of people all over the world gathered to rally against sexism, bigotry, racism, Islamophobia, xenophobia, homophobia, violence, and inequality. Join us and thousands of allies nationwide who believe that women’s rights are human rights – regardless of race, gender identity, immigration status, sexual identity, economic status, ethnicity, religion, immigration status, sexual identity, age or disability.
These are inclusive events and all who support women’s rights are welcome! We will offer those participating in the Marches with us a limited supply of ACLU of San Diego t-shirts! Make sure you RSVP for the March you’ll be attending and let us know your t-shirt size.
Why We March:
“We as women need to write ourselves into history. So we wrote the book ourselves.” – Cindi Leivi.
— Rupinder K Gill (@RupinderKGill) January 16, 2018