Announcements

Below is where you’ll find the latest news & information for the Women’s March in San Luis Obispo.

Town Hall with Congressman Carbajal

Women's March SLO invites everyone to a moderated Town Hall meeting with Congressman Salud Carbajal at the Morro Bay Community Center on October 10, from 6-7:30pm. Come meet your Congressman, receive the latest updates from Washington DC and hear about issues that...

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Run. Win. Make a Difference.

Date: August 29, 2019Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pmLocation: United Church of Christ, 11245 Los Osos Valley Road, San Luis ObispoTickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/run-win-make-a-difference-tickets-65018362673 (Your donation supports the Women's March San Luis Obispo...

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Lights For Liberty SLO

One year ago, we rallied to stop separations of families at the border. Today, the crisis continues. Children are facing horrifying conditions and reporting being hungry, cold, sick and scared, with no access to soap and water. Sex assault and retaliation have been...

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Women’s March SLO 1/18/2020

*** Time and location TBD *** Save the date for the 2020 annual Women's March in San Luis Obispo, as we continue to uphold the values of our Unity Principles! On 1/18/2020, we will come together to continue our work for a positive and just future for all....

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Support Reproductive Justice Organizations

Support organizations that are doing the work to defend reproductive rights to ensure reproductive freedom for everyone by donating what you can. - SPARK Reproductive Justice: http://www.sparkrj.org - SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective:...

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Documenting Hate

"The FBI is required by law to collect data about hate crimes, but the Bureau relies on local law enforcement to collect the data. The consequences are predictable: While the FBI lists about 6,000 hate crimes per year, a survey by the Bureau of Justice Statistics...

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Stop the Bans

Join Women’s March SLO in a nationwide day of action on May 21. In partnership with groups and organizations across the US, we are calling to #StopTheBans and fight for our reproductive rights and access to quality reproductive healthcare services, which includes...

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Federal Title IX Comment Period

The Women’s March SLO grant allowed me to host events and engage my campus in a very important issue. My focus was on the Federal Title IX comment period. Title IX policy is important because it protects the rights of individuals in any federally funded educational program or activity.

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Evening with Eva Schloss

by Eitan Simler, WMSLO Student Activist Grant Recipient Upon hearing that Eva Schloss was coming to speak on campus, I was quite ecstatic. Though I was not aware of her story, I knew that she had undergone many struggles. I was certain that this event would be of the...

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