Various locations Across Seattle
Jan 19–21, 2019
Unfortunately, Donald Trump is still our president, and the rights and safety of womxn, people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, immigrants, and anyone else who is not a wealthy white man are at still at risk. On the second anniversary of Trump's inauguration and the first Seattle Women's March, the Seattle Womxn Marching Forward group is planning a weekend of events to not only protest the regime's inhumane policies, but also to unite people from diverse, intersectional communities to help improve the lives of those affected by the current administration all year long. The theme of this year's events is "building power," and each day will focus on "action, advocacy, and activism," with a special emphasis on recognizing Martin Luther King Jr. Day that same weekend.
Specifically, participants are called to rally in Cal Anderson Park and march to Seattle Center to participate in an activism 101 workshop (Sat), participate in a day of action at venues around the city (Sun), and attend workshops, an opportunity fair, and a rally and march at the Seattle MLK, Jr. Day March and Celebration (Mon).