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Thu Jan 2 2020 (Updated 01/31/20)
Fourth Annual Women's March in Cities Across the Country
2020 Women's March Organizers Issue Broad Demands for Human Rights
One of the largest demonstrations ever in the United States was the Women's March in Washington D.C. the day after Trump was inaugurated. Solidarity marches were also held across the country. On January 18, for the fourth year in a row, women again marched to affirm that Women’s Rights are Human Rights and Human Rights are Women’s Rights. The goal is to create a society in which women — including Black women, Native women, poor women, immigrant women, disabled women, Muslim women, Jewish women, lesbian queer and trans women — are free and able to care for and nurture their families, however they are formed, in safe and healthy environments free from structural impediments.

Demands issued from the Women's March in San Francisco include: Ending Violence, Reproductive Rights, LGBTQIA Rights, Workers' Rights, Civil Rights, Disability Rights, Immigrant Rights, and Environmental Justice.

San Francisco
photo The 2020 San Francisco Womens' March | photo Women Rise Together in San Francisco J18 | calendar Event Announcement

San Mateo
photo San Mateo Peace Action — Rally for Women on the SF Peninsula | calendar Event Announcement

Santa Rosa
photo Women Rise in Santa Rosa's Old Courthouse Square | calendar Event Announcement

Oakland
photo Photos from Oakland Women's March | photo Focus on Oakland Women's March | calendar Event Announcement

San José
photo Inclusivity Key Point at San Jose Women's March | calendar Event Announcement

calendar Marches across Northern California: Sacramento | Contra Costa (Walnut Creek) | Tri-Valley (Pleasanton) | Monterey Bay

Related Features: San Francisco Bay Area Women's Marches Inclusive, Exhilirating (2019) | Bay Area Cries Out: "We Believe Christine!" (2018) | 60% of Black Women Killed by Police Were Unarmed (2018)
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