Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020

Rally at 10am | March at 11am

Mitchell Park | San Luis Obispo, CA

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WHEN?

Jan. 18, 2020
Start Time: 10:00AM
Call to Action Alley
10:00AM – Rally
11:00AM – March

WHERE?

Mitchell Park, San Luis Obispo

The Time is Now

On January 18, 2020, we will come together for the fourth annual Women’s March in San Luis Obispo, joining thousands across the nation and the world.

Your voice matters. Your vote matters. Your truth matters. Now is the time to make them count.

Join us as we uphold the values of our Unity Principles, and work toward a positive and just future for all. In the past three years we have advocated for women’s rights, human rights, civic engagement, and social and environmental justice. In 2020, let’s unite in numbers too large to ignore and claim our power. #TheTimeIsNow #PowerInUnity

We have to raise significant funds to make this march possible, safe and inclusive. Any funds received over and above the budget will be put into the general WMSLO fund to support our continuous advocacy and activism. It takes every one of us – please donate here.

This event is free – but please RSVP HERE so we can plan accordingly!

We need close to 100 volunteers to run this event successfully – please sign up to volunteer here.

Rally Speakers
Wendy Lucas
Carmen Bouquin
Kendra Williams

Rally Performers
Dian Sousa, Poet
Talitha Gabrielle, Musician
Lewis & Rose, Musicians
Eliana Nunley, Musician
Diane Steinberg Lewis, Musician

Marching With
Samba Loca

Post-March Performers
Stick around for music, food and our Call to Action Alley!

Official After Party
Femme Sessions Vol. 2, presented by SubSessions

Farmhouse Corner Market will give out 500 free cups of coffee! First come, first serve. Bring your own reusable coffee cup.

Plant Ivy Catering vegan food truck will be serving impossible burgers.

Volunteer

Would you like to help us make “The Time Is Now” march a huge success? We need volunteers to help make this historic event possible.

– Select this block to open our Volunteer Sign-up –

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WHO'S INVITED?

Women’s March SLO welcomes any person, regardless of gender or gender identity, who believes women’s rights are human rights. All people who believe in a positive and just future are invited to join as we speak truth to those in power and create the change we want to see.

SHOULD I RSVP?

Yes. Please RSVP so we can plan accordingly for things like bathrooms, chairs for those that need them, water, volunteers, march length and more.

WHAT TO BRING?

Signage, friends, your own reusable water bottle, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, raincoat – depending on weather.

WILL THE MARCH BE ACCESSIBLE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES?

We are fortunate to have Katie Voice (back again this year) for sign language interpretation. Mitchell Park is ADA accessible, and we will have a limited number of chairs for those that need them. Please make sure to check the weather and plan for your needs. Let us know if there’s something we’ve missed at womensmarchslo@gmail.com.

 

CAN I DONATE?

Yes!
– Please make a donation HERE
– Please send checks (made out to Social Good Fund with Women’s March SLO in the memo line) to Women’s March SLO c/o SocialGoodFund, POB 5473, Richmond, CA 94805
– This event is free to attend but costs close to $40,000 to produce. Most of this costs goes to safety personnel, permitting, insurance and road closures.
– WMSLO is a volunteer run organization. WMSLO does not receive any funding from Women’s March National (DC Chapter).
– We rely solely on donations from our community to cover the many costs associated with a mass rally and march, and to ensure it is safe and accessible to everyone in our community.

Women’s March SLO is a fiscally sponsored 501c3 under SocialGoodFund. Donations are 100% tax deductible. The EIN is 46-1323531

CAN I VOLUNTEER?

Yes! Please sign up HERE

IS THIS A PROTEST?

This is a pro-peace, pro-inclusivity march. We respectfully ask that targeting of any one group or person not happen at this event. This does not mean we don’t acknowledge these feelings and points of view, but this is not the focus of this particular march.

WHAT ARE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND MISSION OF WMSLO?

– WMSLO follows the Kingian Principles of Non-Violence. Click here: https://womensmarchslo.com/non-violence/
– The WMSLO Mission Statement is found here: https://womensmarchslo.com/mission-statement/

HOW DO I GET UPDATES OR GET IN TOUCH?

Web: https://womensmarchslo.com
Facebook:@womensmarchslo
Twitter: @womensmarchslo
Instagram: womensmarchslo
Email

With Your Support...

We Can. We Have. We Will.

 

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