2019 Women's March events

You are invited to join members of Desert Palm UCC who will be marching on Saturday, January 19th, at the 3rd Women’s March in Phoenix. They’ll carpool from the church at 9 a.m. to the State Capitol, with the hope of getting good parking on the Capitol grounds. The march is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. The actual route for the march has not been released, but it usually goes down Jefferson, returning to the Capitol grounds via Washington Street. You can determine how far you wish to march, looping back to Washington Street on any of the Avenues that connect the two streets.

Join First Church UCC Phoenix on Saturday, January 19th as they partner with Let's Be Better Humans to provide transportation to the Womxn's March. First bus ride leaves at 8am, the second bus ride leaves at 9am (the festivities begin at 10am).

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2019 Northern New Mexico Women's March

Saturday, Jan 19, 11 am - 2 pm

More info and RSVP on the Facebook event page

Join us to celebrate our community, honor our solidarity, and keep the momentum going -- from ripples to waves, we did this together! This year's local Women's March is organized by a coalition of gender justice activists, organizations, and community members, including the Three Sisters Collective and New Mexico Women.org. The purpose of the Northern New Mexico Women's March is to bring women, trans and non-binary relatives from across a range of identities and communities together to participate in collective healing and social change. Check out the Guiding Vision here

We will begin at the Capitol / Roundhouse (east side) at 11 am and march down Old Santa Fe Trail. The parade will be led by Indigenous singers and drummers with blessings and acknowledgement of Tewa land from our Tewa Elders. The march ends at the Santa Fe Plaza where creative presentations will be shared from 12 - 2 pm. Speakers include Dr. Corrine Sanchez (TWU executive director) and Dr. Patricia Trujillo (TWU board member). 

Other speakers and presenters include:3 Sisters CollectiveKim BrownSarah GhiorseKayla HerringFreyr MarieThanna RajapakseMaria Jose Rodriguez-CadizSomos Un Pueblo UnidoMayor WebberRebekah WolfJanene Yazzie

Music from Beat Boxer, Ashley 'Saywut' Moyer, Chaman, & Divino. Poetry from Carli Romero, Olivia Romo. Dance from Moving Arts Espanola. And DJ Celeste Worl will spin beats for post presentation dance party!