Inspired By The Women’s Marches? Here’s 11 More Upcoming Protests That Need You.

Because the work isn’t done yet!

January 23, 2017
Inspired By The Women’s Marches? Here’s 11 More Upcoming Protests That Need You. Mario Tama/Getty Images
Defend International Students, London, January 25

Take action against mass deportation charter flights, in a protest co-organized by the National Union of Students and Movement For Justice. More information here.

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#BlackoutForHealthcare, Philadelphia, January 26

Wear black to show your solidarity with the PA chapters of Black Lives Matter and National Organization for Women, against GOP plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act. More information here.

Defund DAPL Rally, Columbus, OH, January 26

Take a stand against the DAPL by asking Chase Bank to divest their money from the pipeline. More information here. To hear about more upcoming rallies, follow Defund DAPL, and organize your own Defund DAPL rally here.

Roe V Wade anniversary, Chicago, February 2

Mark the anniversary of the historic ruling by protesting to protect women's constitutional right to abortion. More information here.

Medicare for ALL March, L.A., February 4

Rally against Trump's plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act. More information here.

Stop The Trump Agenda, New York, February 19

One month after Donald Trump’s inauguration, take to the streets outside Trump Tower to show that the resistance is not going to die down. More information here.

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One Day Without Us, U.K., February 20

A day of nationwide action to celebrate the contributions of migrants to the U.K. Follow on Facebook for more information on specific events and rallies.

March4Women, London, March 5

Mark International Women’s Day by rallying for gender equality. More information here.

Strike 4 Repeal, Ireland, March 8

If the Irish government does not call a referendum on abortion law by March 8, feminist activists across the country will “strike.” This could mean taking a day off work, wearing black, or showing support in any way possible. More information here.

National March to Parliament, London, March 25

As the U.K. government prepares to trigger Brexit by the end of March, Unite for Europe is planning a huge march to show that so many people still wish to remain in the E.U. More information here.

Tax Day Marches, U.S., April 15

Several marches are being planned to protest Trump's refusal to release his tax returns on Saturday April 15 (the day taxes are usually due). Click here to find one near you.

What else can I do?

There are more — and more direct — ways to effect change than taking to the street. Start by ticking some items off this Action Checklist for Americans of Conscience. If you're a white person, subscribe for a Safety Pin Box — the program will assign you monthly, measurable tasks in the fight against white supremacy.

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Complete the first in a series of 10 actions suggested by the organizers of the Women's March. To be notified about forthcoming Black Lives Matter events, contact a local chapter and go to a meeting in your area (follow here in the U.K.). Take action to defend Planned Parenthood against defunding. In the U.K., go to a regional meeting of feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut.

Protest. Donate. Volunteer.

On January 24, this post was updated to reflect new information about the Tax Day Marches.

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