Everything you need to know about the Women’s March in Ann Arbor

We will not go quietly

Today all across the world, women and marginalized people are showing their resistance of the current condition in the United States, the day after the inauguration of president elect, Donald Trump. We are gathering today to support and stand with each other, as women, as LGBTQ, as people of color, and as our religious rights are all at stake.

Here are the details for the march in Ann Arbor:

Gathering will begin at 1:30pm at the corner of 5th and Liberty, and the march will begin at 2pm, ending at 3pm in the diag.

The march will end in a rally, with live music and guest speakers including: Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, Labor Organizer and UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada, Community and Civil Rights Activist Michelle Elizabeth Brown, State Representative Donna Lasinski, Ashley Wilson of UM Students for Choice, Racial Justice and Immigration Rights Activist Maria Ibarra-Frayre, Claire Cepuran and Robert Joseph, Co-Founders of Progressives at the University of Michigan, Michelle Regalado Deatrick, Founder of the progressive group Michigan to Believe In and Vice Chair of the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners.

Wear whatever you like, and bring your own signs.

Pets and children are allowed, but note that it will be a noisy event.

This is a totally free event, and all are welcome.

The weather is lovely, and so are you. We hope to see everyone there.


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