There are a vast number of events going on to coincide with protests regarding Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March on Washington. The national march is January 21, 2017 – Women’s March on Washington https://www.facebook.com/events/1811012359168622/
I have gathered the information on the local events I have found here for you to easily access the information and attend.
Friday at 7 PM – 10 PM
125 S State St, Salt Lake City, Utah 84138
-We need to organize, and mobilize a capable force, and show our strength and ability to organize against Trump’s policy Measures.
-We need to let Trump know that any and all regressive policy will be met with mass protest!
Stand against the racist, sexist, ableist, and overall bigoted agenda that Trump plans to promote for the next four years. We must not only oppose this agenda in words, but in action. We do this by hitting the streets, organizing our communities, and organizing on university campuses to fight for real change for the people!
Come out on Inauguration Day to begin the many of years of organizing and fighting back for our communities! Trump’s agenda will not win if the people are fighting back!
We, in the creative and Park City communities, stand in solidarity with the rest of our country in demonstrating our respect for freedom, human rights, our safety and health, and in recognizing that the diversity of our country is our greatest strength.
We open this march and event to everyone who respects human rights, civil liberties, and diversity. Despite its title, like the marches happening nationwide, this march is for women AND men. Anyone who supports the rights of others and protecting those rights is welcome.
We have an opportunity in the creative communities to spread hope, tolerance and inclusiveness in our art and with our voices. We relish the chance to join Park City, its organizations and citizens, and our larger nationwide community on this day.
Chelsea Handler, a member of the organizing committee, will be in Park City to lead the march as well as serve as a co-host of the post-march rally. Additional speakers and guests are being confirmed now.
The march starts at 9:00 am on Saturday, January 21, at 220 Main Street (Wasatch Brew Pub parking lot).
This march and rally are not affiliated with the Sundance Film Festival or Sundance Institute. This is an independently organized march, and all are welcome who want to support human rights, inclusion, and civil liberties.
This is a Sister March to the one being held in Washington D.C. Women’s March participants stand in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families – recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. We call on all defenders of human rights to join us. This is a movement that is led by women but is for all people. Men are welcomed and encouraged to join the March. Bring your kids, bring your partners, bring your pets – come one – come all.
We will meet at the city building and march down 200 N to Main Street. We will walk down Main to St George Blvd, the Blvd to 200 N and back to the city building at 175 E.
Start time is promptly at 2:15 pm from the city building – so try to get there a bit early. The march itself will likely take only about an hour or so.
Please wear one pink article of clothing. You are encouraged to make a sign to carry during the March. Please share with others who are not on Facebook.
For those interested in creating signage together ~ we will be gathering Friday evening 1/20/17 at 6pm.
Please contact Eva Livingston at 435-229-8325 or Mari Shirley at 920-365-3544 for more details.
Can’t make it to Washington, D.C., Salt Lake, or Park City? Join us in Ogden to show your support for each other and build momentum for action!
Many people today are feeling threatened and unsure about how to protect themselves and our community from hatred and support progress on critical political fronts. Resistance movements, calls to action, and individual initiatives offer options, but where do you start?
Whether you are a long-time organizer and volunteer or don’t know where to start, this event is intended to help you feel ready to move forward. I am organizing it as a private citizen in an act that I hope will spur others to take whatever action they can to effect positive change.
We’ll gather in the plaza at Union Station, march east on 25th Street to Washington Blvd., and end at Ogden’s Municipal Building. There will be a few short speeches as well as open mic time for participants who would like to share. Come with a sign and a friend!
Utah Women Unite exists to protect and advance the rights of all Utah women and girls, including Utah’s marginalized groups, women of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals, women of all abilities and from every financial status. We seek to unite as an intersectional collective to address the political, legal, and cultural problems faced by Utah women and to elevate the status and dignity of all people.
On January 23, 2017, the first day of the Utah State Legislative Session, we will march from City Creek Park to the Capitol Rotunda (inside the Capitol building) to show our strength, power and courage and demonstrate our disapproval of Utah politician’s anti-woman rhetoric and actions.
This march is in solidarity with the Jan 21th Women’s March on Washingtonhttps://www.facebook.com/events/1811012359168622/ & is our local response.
This is the page for UTAH WOMEN and Allies who want to show THE UTAH STATE LEGISLATURE that it’s time for women to be heard, it’s time for women to stand up and demand equality.
Please help spread the word to everyone you know in Utah. Let’s make Utah History!
This will be an INCLUSIVE march, and EVERYONE who supports women’s rights is welcome:
– People of all genders
– Children of all genders
– People of Color
– LGBTQIA+ Community
– Disabled Folks (message us for accommodation information)
– Climate Change Advocates
– Anyone else who wants to come out in support!
**The Utah Capitol Visitor Services office can help you access the building and has wheelchairs available for use. For questions about how to access the Capitol building, please call Visitor Services at least one business day in advance at 801-538-1800.
For questions about ADA accessibility accommodations for the march, please contact local march organizer Erika Larsen at 435-215-9731.**