“We support a strike that calls for recognition of women’s value and the necessity of the many forms of their labor; we also support all those who are already struggling economically and otherwise, who are deeply impacted by the administration and the systems we’re protesting, and who because of that can’t afford to risk financial instability or job loss for themselves and their families.”
Talking to organizers Didi Feuer and Dana Kline on party as protest and how crucial accessibility is in activist work.
Who needs to call: people who live in Iowa, Utah, South Carolina, Texas, Nebraska, Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina and Louisiana. People from Utah and Texas, both your Senators are on this committee and you should call both of them.
We’re going to need to use our bodies and our voices as weapons against the Trump administration. We’re going to need to be brave.
Who needs to call: people who live in Utah, Iowa, Idaho, Kansas, Wyoming, Texas, South Dakota, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Louisiana.
Who needs to call: people who live in Tennessee, Wyoming, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Louisiana, Indiana, Utah, Kansas and Alaska. Who needs to act? Everyone who knows anyone who lives in these states.
The Women’s March was a record-breaking worldwide protest against Donald Trump, and you’re gonna love all these photos of lesbians, queers, gays, bisexuals and allies who rallied for the occasion.
“On Inauguration day, under the banner ‘The Future Is Feminist,’ a feminist affinity group organizing with the DisruptJ20 coalition, we will disrupt the flow of foot traffic to all Inauguration Day events, and focus public attention on the incoming administration’s open misogyny and hostility toward the rights of women.”
Don’t give Trump a moment to get comfortable. Let’s start fucking shit up as soon as he starts being sworn in.
Going to the Women’s March on Washington or a solidarity event near you? I have some tips!
Connect with other Autostraddle pals who’ll be protesting in Washington or at one of the 270+ sister marches across the globe.
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