WISE is meeting at Park and Ride at 10:15 to caravan to the march. We will be at lawyer’s mall at 11. Bring your family, friends and neighbors!
Join us for our second annual Women’s March at 1100 am on January 20th, 2018! This year we will be highlighting grassroots and social justice groups that have been doing so much great work over the last year and are continuing to do so, with the goal of inclusivity and representation. We will also have an ASL interpreter.
Supporting organizations and speaker sources are Action Annapolis, Anne Arundel County Indivisible, Anne Arundel Huddle Network, Connecting The Dots, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Committee, Flip The County, Get Money Out – Maryland, March On, Maryland Legislative Agenda for Women, NARAL Pro-Choice MD, PFLAG Anne Arundel County, Planned Parenthood of Maryland, Progressive Maryland, Take Action AAC, Together We Will, and WISE.
Speakers from orgs across the state will talk about their missions for 2018 and how people can get involved. March On Maryland specifically is launching March On The Polls, an initiative that begins with voter registration and engagement and culminates in marches to the polls on primary and general election days. RSVP here and at MobilizeMaryland.com. Looking forward to seeing you on 1/20!
Annapolis mayor Gavin Buckley
Judge Claudia Barber
NARAL Pro-Choice – Diana Philip, Executive Director
Caucus of African American Leaders – Vickie Gipson
The Arc Maryland – Ande Kolp, Executive Director
Muslim community youth leader Maheen Haq
Anne Arundel Huddle Network – Diane Odell
Connecting The Dots – Monica Lindsey
Maryland Leads on Climate – Jody Peltason
MLK Jr Committee – Darius Stanton
InformBlue – Sarah Mogol
Get Money Out Maryland – Charlie Cooper
Moms Demand Action – Alexandra Novak
Evelyn’s Law – Felicia Anthony
Maryland Legislative Agenda for Women – Stacy Korbelak
Mid-Atlantic Immigration – Waleska Casiano-Matos, Immigration lawyer
The Arundel Patriot – Vicky Bruce, Editor
PFLAG – Alyssa Fenix
Planned Parenthood – Karen Nelson, CEO PP Maryland
Indigenous activist Aminah Sane Ghaffar
ACLU – Meredith Curtis
Activist and Community Organizer – Allie Moore