List of 2018 Women's March locations

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This is an incomplete list of 2018 Women's March events that took place on January 20 and January 21, 2018. This is a partial list of the hundreds of site-specific events, such as rallies, marches, community activities, and voter registration drives, which took place in cities, towns and villages. By January 21, 2018, there were around 250 events reported.[1][2][3]

United States[edit]

Listed below are the marches in the U.S. in support of the 2018 Women's March. Larger crowds gathered in cities such as New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, and Atlanta.[4][5]

Photo Approximate attendance Notes
Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C. 1000s[6] In Washington, D.C., thousands [6] gathered at the Reflecting Pool at the Lincoln Memorial and marched to the White House.[7] The crowd was smaller than the 2017 rally, which according to WUSA9 had almost 500,000 participants.[6]
State Date Cities Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Alabama January 20 Birmingham In Alabama, marches were held in Huntsville, Montgomery, Dothan and Birmingham, Mentone, and Mobile.[8] Themes included "promoting women's role in politics and in opposition of President Donald Trump and his agenda".[8] In Mobile, women chanted, " "Not the church. Not the state. Women must control their fate." Signs included, "Save DACA Deport Trump!"[8]
January 20 Dothan[8]
January 20 Huntsville[8]
January 20 Mentone[8]
January 20 Mobile[8]
 Alaska
January 20 Anchorage 3,000[9] In Anchorage, Alaska, 3,000 people marched to empower women and to protest President Donald Trump's policies. The Alaska March for Women 2018 began at the Delaney Park Strip and continued along 9th Avenue.[10][9]
January 20[11] Bethel[11]
January 20 Cordova[12] About 87 men, women and children gathered in the center of Main Street for the Women's March in Cordova.[13]
January 20 Fairbanks 400[14] Under the theme of "Power to the Polls", speakers opposed oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and gerrymandered legislative districts. Sings included, "love Trumps hate".[14][11]
Gustavus 90[14]
Homer January 20 600[15][11]
January 20 Juneau Similar marches took place across Alaska on Saturday in communities including Fairbanks, Juneau, Bethel, Petersburg, Kodiak and Nome.[11]
Ketchikan 150[15]
January 20[11] Kodiak[12]
Kotzebue In Kotzebue with a temperature -51 a "couple people got frostbite" during the Women's March in Kotzebue.[16]
January 20 Nome[11][12]
January 20[11] Petersburg
January 20 Seldovia 33[citation needed] Marchers walked on a clear cold day.[citation needed]
January 20 Seward 65 About 65 women, men, children, and about ten dogs participated in the march organized by Suzi Towsley and Fey Herold.[17]..
Sitka 300[12]
January 20 Unalaska "From Anchorage to Unalaska, Kodiak to Cordova, Alaskans took to the streets over the weekend for the second-annual Women's March."[12]
 Arizona Flagstaff > 1000[18]
Phoenix[19] 25,000[20]
 Arkansas January 20 Fayetteville Large crowds[21]
January 20 Little Rock The Arkansas Times reported big crowds in Little Rock and Fayetteville.[21]
 California
January 20 Los Angeles Los Angeles Women's March (39773937072).jpg 600,000[22] According to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, about 600,000[22] marched in Los Angeles from Pershing Square, to Grand Park and the City Hall on the morning of January 20, calling for equal rights for women in a rally that reflected the rise of the #MeToo and #TimesUp" movements. They marched to end violence, and to protect the rights of women, workers, people with disabilities, immigrants, indigenous peoples, and environmental and civil rights.[23]
Napa 3000

[24]

An estimated 3000 to 4000 people marched from city hall to the Napa Valley Expo, for a rally addressed by local elected officials and a DACA recipient.
January 20 Oakland Oakland 40,000 to 50,000[25] A peaceful march in downtown Oakland started at Fourteenth Street and Lake Merritt and continued to Frank H. Ogawa Plaza. Some women wore the red robes and headdresses from The Handmaid's Tale.[25]
January 20 Pacifica Women’s March Pacifica 2018 (24938089847).jpg
January 20 Riverside 6,000[26]
Sacramento 36,000[27]
January 20 San Diego c.37,000[28] Because of its proximity to the Mexico – United States border, San Diego, is a "binational", multicultural city. 2018 Women's March director Monica Boyle acknowledged the unseated land of the Kumeyaay Nation, where the rally took place.[28]
January 20 San Francisco San Francisco participants
January 20 San Jose 20,000[25] Organizers of the San Jose march focused on encouraging people to become active in politics and to register to vote.[25]
January 20 Santa Ana 20,000[29] Six Native American women wearing traditional clothing led marchers from Flower Street and Civic Center Drive up Main Street. Themes of the march included "MeToo" and "TimesUp" but also focused on issues, such as "immigrant, worker and disability rights, and the environment."[29] Some demonstrators in Santa Ana danced to songs by Cyndi Lauper and Beyoncé and chanted: "When we fight we win!"[25]
 Colorado January 20 Denver cc-by-2.0 Ed Ogle via Flickr 50,000+[30] People of "all ages, races and genders" marched in solidarity to support women's equality, "racial minorities, LGBTQ, climate science, health care and heading to the polls."[30]
 Connecticut Hartford 10,000 The Hartford march drew about 10,000 participants.[31]
 Delaware Newark Hundreds[32]
 Florida Gainesville >50[33]
Jacksonville Hundreds[34]
Miami >1000[35] 2500 reported in Wynnwood[36]
Naples >1000[37]
Orlando Hundreds[38]
Panama City ~500[39]
Pensacola A community rally was organized in downtown Pensacola Saturday to walk in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.[40]
Sarasota Thousands[41]
St. Petersburg 5000[42]
Tallahassee 450[43]
West Palm Beach Hundreds[44]
The Villages >400-500[45]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia January 20 Athens 200[46] Topics included Donald Trump, women's rights and Planned Parenthood.[46]
January 21 Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia 60,000[47] [47]
 Guam Hagåtña
 Hawaii[48] Honolulu (Oahu)
 Idaho Boise Events planned
Ketchum Events planned
Twin Falls Events planned
 Illinois January 20 Carbondale Event planned
January 20 Chicago 300,000[49] Marchers gathered in Grant Park (Chicago) some carrying slogans, such as "Strong women raising strong women."[50]
Galesburg Event planned
Kankakee Event planned
Peoria Event planned
Rockford Event planned
 Indiana January 20 Indianapolis event planned
Madison event planned
 Iowa January 20 Decorah
January 20[51] Des Moines event planned
January 20 Iowa City event planned
January 20 Lamoni event planned
 Kansas Lawrence 1500[52]
January 21 Pittsburg 1500[52]
January 21 Topeka
January 20[53] Wichita
 Kentucky January 20 Lexington
January 21 Louisville
January 21 Paducah
 Louisiana January 20 New Orleans 10,000-15,000[54] The march, which looped through the French Quarter, began and ended in Duncan Plaza, was the largest single protest in the history of New Orleans. Featured speaker, LaToya Cantrell, who took office in 2017 as the first woman to serve as mayor in New Orleans, said, "We walked through the streets of New Orleans demanding that the rights of women be upheld to the highest level."[55][54]-
 Maine Augusta Event planned
Brunswick Event planned
Bar Harbor Event planned
Prospect Harbor
 Maryland January 20 Baltimore 123.Rally1.WomensMarch.BaltimoreMD.20January2018 (39838061481).jpg
January 21 Frederick
January 21 Ocean City
 Massachusetts Boston 5,000[56]
 Michigan January 20 Adrian
January 20 Douglas
January 20 Grand Rapids
January 20 Holland
January 20 Houghton
January 20 Kalamazoo
Lansing Event planned
January 20 Midland Event planned
January 20 Marquette Event planned
January 20 Traverse City Event planned
January 20 Saint Joseph Event planned
 Minnesota Bemidji 500 [57]
January 20 Grand Marais Event planned
January 20 Mankato Event planned
January 20 Morris Event planned
January 20 Rochester Event planned
January 21 St. Paul 2500[58]
January 21 Thief River Falls Event planned
 Mississippi Jackson
 Missouri Saint Louis
Springfield
 Montana January 20 Billings Large crowd The Women's March in Billings drew a large crowd.[59] Native American marchers raised concerns about missing and murdered indigenous women.[60]
January 20 Bozeman Events were held in Bozeman,[61] Great Falls,[62] Kalispell,[63] Miles City, and Missoula on January 20.[64][65]
January 20 Butte Events were held in Butte.[61]
January 20 Helena In Helena, a Women's March was followed by a Rise Together for Democracy Rally in the Rotunda of the Montana State Capitol.[66]
Missoula 2018 Women's March in Missoula, Montana Native American marchers raised concerns about missing and murdered indigenous women.[67][68]
 Nebraska January 20 Lincoln Event planned
January 20 Omaha Event planned
 Nevada January 21 Las Vegas 8,000[69] The "Power to the Polls" campaign to register a million new voters was launched in Las Vegas with a massive turnout. NPR's Leila Fadel on PBS explained that the goal was to flip swing states like Nevada, which is also considered to be a battleground state. Catherine Cortez Masto won the U.S. Senate election in Nevada, the first woman to represent Nevada and the first Latina to serve in the Senate.[70][71] One of the scheduled main speakers at the Las Vegas rally is Alicia Garza, one of the founders of Black Lives Matter was a featured speaker.[49]
Reno Event planned
 New Hampshire January 20 Concord Event planned
January 21 Jackson Event planned
January 20 Lancaster Event planned
January 20 Peterborough Event planned
January 20 Portsmouth Event planned
January 20 Wilton Event planned
 New Jersey January 20 Leonia Event planned
Morristown[72] 15000 Police anticipated a crowd of up to 10,000, but Chief Peter Demnitz issued a final crowd estimate of 15,000, double last year's estimated 7,500 at the inaugural Women's March for New Jersey in Trenton in 2017.[73]
January 20 Ocean City
Westfield 1000[74]
 New Mexico January 21 Albuquerque
January 21 Fort Sumner
January 21 Las Cruces
January 21 Santa Fe
January 20 Socorro
January 20 Taos
January 20 Truth or Consequences
 New York January 20 Albany 3,000[75]
January 20 New York City 2018 Women's March NYC (00331).jpg 200,000[49][4] There were more 200,000 protesters at the march in New York on January 20, 2018.[4]
Port Jervis 300[76]
Rochester
Seneca Falls Protest in Seneca Falls, New York
Staten Island
 North Carolina Asheville
Black Mountain
Charlotte 5,000[77]
Hillsborough
Raleigh
  North Dakota Fargo
 Ohio January 20 Athens
January 20 Cincinnati
January 20 Cleveland
January 20 Columbus
January 20 Dayton 2018 Dayton Women's March (24931001727).jpg
January 20 Mount Vernon
January 21 Toledo
January 20 Wooster
 Oklahoma January 20 Oklahoma City
January 20 Tulsa
 Oregon January 20 Albany
January 20 Astoria
January 20 Bend
January 20 Brookings
January 20 Coos Bay
January 20 Corvallis
January 20, 2018 Eugene Eugene, Oregon by David Geitgey Sierralupe 50,000+[78] There were over 50,000 people in the Women's March for Action which began at Eugene's federal courthouse and headed north toward Mill Street. Signs included "In our America women are in charge of their own bodies".[78]
January 20 Grants Bay
January 20 Medford
January 20 Klamath Falls
January 20 Port Orford
January 20 Portland 100s Dozens of police in riot gear were present in Terry Schrunk Plaza, one of four protests and rallies that took place in Portland over the weekend. There were hundreds of demonstrators and some counterprotesters. On January 20, there was a Trump Impeachment March and #MeToo March and SpeakOUT rally. On January 21 there was an Indigenous Women's March.[79]
January 20 Roseburg
January 20 The Dalles
January 20 Tillamook
 Pennsylvania January 20 Bloomsburg
January 21 Doylestown
January 20 Gettysburg
January 20 Hollidaysburg
January 21 Indiana
January 21 Millheim
January 20 Philadelphia 1,000s Protesters marched on Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Organizers concentrated on "diversity and inclusion" in response to criticisms about the 2017 March. Specific themes included racial justice. Local politicians, such as Jannie Blackwell, Cherelle Parker, Maria Quiñones-Sánchez, and Rebecca Rhynhart participated. People who are part of the Black Lives Matter movement, and Camp Sojourner, and Girls Incorporated programs, were among the marchers.[80]
January 21 Pittsburgh 25,000[78] About 25,000 people attended a rally at City County Building on Grant Street, Pittsburgh including Mayor Bill Peduto.[81]
January 20 Sharon 500[82]
 Puerto Rico Mayaguez
San Juan
Santurce
Vieques
 Rhode Island Rhode Island
 South Carolina Charleston
Greenville
Myrtle Beach
 South Dakota Pierre
Sioux Falls
 Tennessee January 20 Chattanooga 3,000+[83]
January 20 Johnson City
January 21 Knoxville 14,000[84] There was heavy police presence for the Knoxville Women's March 2.0 which began in Krutch Park. The march which was sponsored by Women's March - Knoxville, to "show their support for women's rights and the electoral victories women have won." Twenty white separatists participated in a counter-protest. Seven hundred people gathered at a competing protest, March for Life.[84]
January 20 Memphis
 Texas January 21 Alpine
January 20 Amarillo
January 20 Austin
January 20 Beaumont
January 20 Brownsville
January 20 Dallas
January 20 Denton
January 20 Fort Worth
January 20 Houston
January 20 Lubbock
January 20 Midland
January 20 Palestine
January 20 Waco
January 20 Wichita Falls
 Utah January 20 Logan
January 20 Ogden
January 20 Park City 100s[79] There were hundreds of women at the Respect Rally in Park City with featured speakers Jane Fonda, Common, Gloria Allred, and Lena Waithe.[79]
 Vermont Montpelier
 Virginia January 20 Bristol
January 20 Galax
January 20 Independence
January 20 Hillsville
January 21 Norfolk
January 21 Richmond
January 20 Roanoke[85] 1000s Thousands of demonstrators marched in the afternoon from Elmwood Park through downtown Roanoke.[85]
January 20 Williamsburg
 Washington January 20 Bellingham 2,000 to 2,500[86] In Bellingham, a about 2,000 to 2,500 people marched with many carrying signs referencing "immigration, sexual assault/harassment, President Donald Trump and the White House, women's rights, LGBTQ and minority rights, healthcare, environmental issues." It was sponsored by Women Marching for Unity, Equity, Justice, and Humanity to commemorate the anniversary of the 2017 historic march which drew 10,000 citizens into the streets.[86][87]
January 20 Eastsound
January 20 Friday Harbor
January 20 Kenmore
January 20 Moses Lake
January 20 Ocean Shores
January 20 Olympia
January 20 Port Townsend
January 21 Richland
January 20 Seattle Tens of thousands[88] Tens of thousands marched[88][89] in the "Women's March 2.0".[90]
January 20 Spokane
 West Virginia Beckley
 Wisconsin Eau Claire
Green Bay
Janesville
January 20 Milwaukee 1500+[91] Women, men and children gathered on the Milwaukee County Courthouse square for the second annual Women's March "to protest the policies of President Donald Trump and urge voters to take control of Congress from Republicans in 2018."[91]
Minocqua
Walworth
Wausau
 Wyoming January 21 Cheyenne 1500-2000[92] Posters focused on the rights of women, indigenous people, and other minority groups.[93]
January 21 Cody Marches gathered in Cody Park to promote gender equality,[94] in spite of "potentially threatening comment was left on a Facebook post about the Cheyenne march".[95]
January 20 Jackson Hole 300+[96] Over 300 people marched in downtown Jackson.[96]

Planned events in the United States[edit]

Speakers at the January 20, 2018 rallies called for more women to run for office.[4]

Alaska[edit]

Other marches planned in Alaska[97] in Cordova.[98] Marches on January 20 are also planned for Juneau (10am, 4th street in front of State Capitol),[99] Ketchikan (11am 131 Front Street),[100] Petersburg (9am, at The Fleet),[101] Kodiak,[102] and Valdez.[103] A march was planned for January 21 in Unalaska.[104]

Arizona[edit]

In Arizona, events were planned in Prescott,[105] Sedona,[106] Nogales,[107] Payson,[108] and Flagstaff[109] on January 20, and in Phoenix[110] and Ajo[111] on January 21.

California[edit]

San Francisco participants

According to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, about 600,000[22] marched in Los Angeles from Pershing Square, to Grand Park and the City Hall on the morning of January 20, calling for equal rights for women in a rally that reflected the rise of the #MeToo and #TimesUp" movements. They marched to end violence, and to protect the rights of women, workers, people with disabilities, immigrants, indigenous peoples, and environmental and civil rights.[23] The Palestinian American Women's Association (PAWA) withdrew from the march because Scarlett Johansson was a featured speaker. The PAWA criticize Johansson's role as "first global brand ambassador" for the Israeli company SodaStream. She was featured in their television commercial during the February 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII.[112] SodaStream is one of the Israeli companies targeted by the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement,[113] launched in 2005 to pressure Israel to end the occupation. SodaStream operates its primary plant in Mishor Adumim on contested land.[114]

In California, marches and rallies were planned for January 20, in Sacramento,[115] Los Angeles,[116] San Jose,[115][117] San Francisco,[115][118] Oakland,[115] and San Diego.[28] Marches are also planned for many smaller cities including Eureka,[119] Fresno,[115] Modesto,[115] Monterey Bay,[115] Napa Valley,[120] Pacifica,[120] San Luis Obispo,[115] Santa Cruz (including art installations),[121] Sonoma,[120] Ventura with a march and an event titled "Ventura County Rising",[122] and Walnut Creek.[120] A march was planned for January 21 in Redding.[123]

Colorado[edit]

In Colorado, marches and rallies are planned in Denver,[124] Grand Junction,[125] Cortez,[126] Vail,[127] Aspen,[128] Gunnison,[129] Broomfield,[130] and Pueblo[131] on January 20 and in Colorado Springs,[citation needed] Steamboat Springs,[132] and Crested Butte[133] on January 21.

Connecticut[edit]

In Connecticut, marches were scheduled for January 20, in Hartford,[134] Salisbury,[135] and East Haddam.[136] The Hartford march drew about 10,000 participants.[31]

Delaware[edit]

In Delaware, a march is planned in Newark[137] on January 20.

Florida[edit]

In Florida, marches are planned on January 20 in Tallahassee,[138] Sarasota,[139] Pensacola,[140] Panama City,[141] Naples,[142] Vero Beach,[143] Melbourne,[144] and Sebring.[145] Additional marches are planned on January 21 in Jacksonville,[146] Miami,[147] St. Petersburg,[148] Orlando,[149] and Bokeelia.[150]

Georgia[edit]

In Georgia, rallies are scheduled for January 20 in Atlanta and for January 21 in Savannah.[151] and Statesboro[152]

Hawaii[edit]

In Hawaii, events are scheduled on January 20 in Honolulu[153] and Hilo,[154] and on January 21 in Kailua-Kona.[155]

Idaho[edit]

In Idaho, events are scheduled for January 20 in Ketchum at the Town Square[156] and in Sandpoint at Sandpoint Middle School.[157] Another event will be held on January 21 at the State Capitol in Boise.[158] Another rally will be held on January 21 at the Twin Falls County Courthouse beginning at 11am in Twin Falls.[159]

Illinois[edit]

In Chicago, an estimated 200,000 to 300,000 marchers gathered in Grant Park (Chicago) some carrying slogans, such as "Strong women raising strong women."[50] In Illinois, Women's March on Chicago organizers are working to hold an event in the Chicago Loop on January 20.[160] The march in Chicago is meant to "celebrate resistance, demand laws protecting women, support women's place in power and stand with the women caring for children, elders and people with disabilities."[161] Additional events are scheduled on January 20 in Carbondale,[162] Springfield,[163] East Peoria,[164] Galesburg,[165] Kankakee,[166] and Rockford.[167]

Indiana[edit]

In Indiana, marches are planned in Indianapolis[168] and Madison[169] on January 20.

Iowa[edit]

In Iowa, events are planned on January 20 in Des Moines,[170] Iowa City,[171] Lamoni,[172] and Decorah.[173]

Kansas[edit]

In Kansas, events are planned on January 20 in Wichita[174] and Pittsburg,[175] and on January 21 in Topeka.[176]

Kentucky[edit]

In Kentucky, events are planned on January 20 in Lexington[177] and Pikeville,[178] and on January 21 in Louisville[179] and Paducah.[180]

Louisiana[edit]

In Louisiana, Now Baton Rouge is planning the Women's March New Orleans on January 20, from noon to 4 p.m. at Duncan Plaza in New Orleans.[181] An event is also scheduled on January 20 in Shreveport.[182] The march in New Orleans was a huge success. In 2017 NOPD estimated 10,000 participants in making it the single largest demonstration in New Orleans History. The Women's March 2018 was estimated by NOPD and the Times-Picayune to have 10-15,000 participants making even larger that 2017. The march stretched for over a half mile while advancing through the French Quarter.[54]

Maine[edit]

In Maine, a gathering at the Maine State House in Augusta, "Maine Women's March 2.0: Power to the Polls", starts at 11am.[183] Additional events are scheduled in Bangor,[184] Bar Harbor,[185] and Prospect Harbor.[186]

Maryland[edit]

Marchers in Baltimore

In Maryland, the Baltimore Women's March: March Forward will be held on January 20, from 11 to 2 p.m. beginning at War Memorial Plaza in Baltimore.[187] Additional events are scheduled on January 20 in Annapolis[188] and on January 21 in Frederick[189] and Ocean City.[190]

Massachusetts[edit]

In Massachusetts, March Forward Massachusetts, the organization behind the 2017 Boston Women's March, is coordinating a series of events across Massachusetts January 19 – 21, 2018 that include the Cambridge/Boston Women's March: The People Persist from 1-3 pm at the Cambridge Common [191][192][193]

Michigan[edit]

In Michigan, Women's March Michigan plans to host events in Lansing and Marquette.[194] Additional events are planned on January 20 in Traverse City,[195] Holland,[196] and Adrian,[197] and on January 21 in Grand Rapids,[198] Kalamazoo,[199] Midland,[200] Houghton,[201] Douglas,[202] and Saint Joseph.[203]

Minnesota[edit]

In Minnesota, events are planned on January 20 in Rochester,[204] Mankato,[205] Thief River Falls,[206] and Grand Marais,[207] and on January 21 in Saint Paul[208] and Morris.[209]

Mississippi[edit]

In Mississippi, and event is planned on January 20 in Jackson.[210]

Missouri[edit]

In Missouri, Women's March in St. Louis, beginning at 10AM at Union Station [211] and in Springfield.[212]

2018 Women's March in Missoula, Montana

Montana[edit]

2018 Women's March in Missoula, Montana

In Montana, marches were held in Billings,[213] Butte, Bozeman,[214] Great Falls,[62] Helena,[66] Kalispell,[63] Miles City, and Missoula on January 20.[64][215] Native American marchers raised concerns about missing and murdered indigenous women.[60][216][68]

Nebraska[edit]

In Nebraska, marches are planned in Omaha[217] and Lincoln[218] on January 20.

Nevada[edit]

In Nevada, marches are planned in Las Vegas and Reno.[219] In Las Vegas, organizers have planned an event called "Power to the Polls".[194]

New Hampshire[edit]

In New Hampshire, events are planned on January 20 in Concord,[220] Portsmouth,[221] Wilton,[222] and Lancaster,[223] and on January 21 in Jackson[224] and Peterborough.[225]

New Jersey[edit]

In New Jersey, the Women's March is planned to take place in Morristown.[226][227][228] The march was moved to the headquarters of Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen from Trenton. There have been weekly demonstrations against Frelinghuysen in this locale since the Women's Marches of 2017.[229] Additional events are planned on January 20 in Leonia[230] and Ocean City.[231]

New Mexico[edit]

In New Mexico, marches are planned for Saturday, January 20 in Truth or Consequences,[232] Taos,[233] and Socorro,[234] and on Sunday, January 21 in Albuquerque,[235] Santa Fe,[235] Las Cruces,[236] and Fort Sumner.[237]

New York[edit]

According to one estimate, there were more 120,000 protesters at the march in New York on January 20, 2018.[4] In New York, demonstrations are planned for New York City,[238][239] Seneca Falls,[240] Albany,[241] Staten Island,[242] and Rochester.

North Carolina[edit]

Women's March in Manhattan, New York City

In North Carolina, demonstrations are planned for Charlotte,[243] Raleigh,[244] Asheville,[245] Black Mountain,[246] Hillsborough,[247] and the Triad.[248]

North Dakota[edit]

In North Dakota, a march is planned in Fargo on January 20.[249] A rally will be held in Bismarck on January 19.[citation needed]

Ohio[edit]

In Ohio, a march and voter registration session is planned in Cleveland.[250] Additional marches are planned on January 20 in Columbus,[251] Cincinnati,[252] Dayton,[253] Athens,[254] Mount Vernon,[255] and Wooster,[256] and on January 21 in Toledo.[257]

Oklahoma[edit]

In Oklahoma, events are planned on January 20 in Oklahoma City[258] and Tulsa.[259]

Oregon[edit]

In Oregon, events are planned on January 20 in Brookings,[260] Grants Pass,[261] Medford,[262] Klamath Falls,[263] Port Orford,[264] Coos Bay,[265] Roseburg,[266] Bend,[267] Eugene,[268] Corvallis,[269] Albany,[270] Tillamook,[271] Astoria,[272] The Dalles,[273] and La Grande.[274]

Pennsylvania[edit]

In Pennsylvania, rallies are planned on January 20 in Philadelphia,[275] Gettysburg,[276] Sharon,[277] Hollidaysburg,[278] and Bloomsburg,[279] and on January 21 in Pittsburgh,[280] Millheim,[281] Indiana,[282] and Doylestown.[283]

Rhode Island[edit]

In Rhode Island, an event is planned on January 20 in Providence the State House South Lawn from 12PM - 2PM.[284]

South Carolina[edit]

In South Carolina, Tamika Gadsden is planning a woman's march in Charleston.[285] Other cities in South Carolina include Greenville and Myrtle Beach.[286]

South Dakota[edit]

In South Dakota marches are planned on January 20 in Sioux Falls[287] and Pierre.[288]

Tennessee[edit]

In Tennessee, events are planned on January 20 in Memphis,[289] Chattanooga,[290] and Johnson City,[291] and on January 21 in Knoxville.[292] Marchers in Knoxville were forced to change their parade route when the neo-Nazi group, the Traditionalist Worker's Party (TWP) planned a counter-demonstration.[293]

Texas[edit]

In Texas, marches are planned on January 20 in Austin,[294] Houston[295][296] Dallas,[297] Fort Worth,[298] Amarillo,[299] Lubbock[300] Denton,[301][302] Waco[303] Brownsville,[304] Beaumont,[305] Midland,[306] Palestine,[307] and Wichita Falls,[308] and on January 21 in El Paso[309] and Alpine.[310] Additional cities include San Antonio and Nacogdoches.[294]

Utah[edit]

In Utah, events are planned on January 20 in Logan,[311] Ogden,[312] and Park City.[313]

Vermont[edit]

In Vermont, events are planned on January 20 in Montpelier[314] and on January 21 in Manchester Ctr.[315]

Virginia[edit]

In Virginia, events are planned on January 20 in Bristol,[316] Independence,[317] Galax,[318] Hillsville,[319] Roanoke,[320] Richmond,[321] and Williamsburg,[322] and on January 21 in Norfolk.[323][324]

Washington[edit]

In Washington State, the march in Seattle is being called "Women's March 2.0".[90] In Bellingham, Women Marching for Unity, Equity, Justice, and Humanity are sponsoring a march to commemorate the anniversary of the historic march in 2017 which drew 10,000 citizens into the streets.[87] Additional events are planned on January 20 in Ocean Shores,[325] Olympia,[326] Kenmore,[327] Port Townsend,[328] Friday Harbor,[329] Eastsound,[330] Yakima,[331] Moses Lake,[332] and Omak,[333] and on January 21 in Spokane[334] and Richland.[335]

Washington, D.C.[edit]

In Washington, D.C., thousands [6] gathered at the Reflecting Pool at the Lincoln Memorial and marched to the White House.[336] The crowd was smaller than the 2017 rally, which according to WUSA9 had almost 500,000 participants.[6]

West Virginia[edit]

In West Virginia, a march is planned in Beckley[337] on January 20.

Wisconsin[edit]

In Wisconsin, marches are planned on January 20 in Green Bay,[338] Eau Claire,[339] Minocqua,[340] Wausau,[341] Janesville,[342] and Walworth.[343]

Worldwide[edit]

Listed below are marches outside the United States in support of the 2018 Women's March.

Country Date Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Antarctica McMurdo Station
January 21, 2018 Paradise Bay 30 A cold but brave international group of about thirty men and women, ranging in age from 24 to 87, on an expedition to Antarctica, held a small protest march on an established 30-ft-long tourist trail in Paradise Bay. Signs included "Penguins for Peace" and "Save the Planet." Their march expanded the movement to seven continents.[344]
 Argentina Buenos Aires
 Australia January 21, 2018 Sydney 1,500+ More than 1500 people linked arms in a chain and chanted, We are unbroken" in Sydney's Hyde Park.[345]
Canberra
[346] Melbourne[346]
 Austria Vienna
 Belgium Brussels
 Brazil Brasília
 Canada Calgary Calgary Women's March Out front (38906724675).jpg
Edmonton
Montreal
Ottawa
Toronto
Vancouver
Victoria
 Chile Santiago
 Colombia Bogotá
 Costa Rica San José
 Croatia Zagreb
 Czech Republic Prague
 Denmark Copenhagen
 Finland Helsinki
 France Auvillar
Bordeaux
Montpellier
Nice
Paris 100s At a sister rally in Paris, hundreds gathered under the Eiffel Tower in the rain, chanting, "This is what democracy looks like." They carried umbrellas as well as posters to protest "sexual misconduct and discrimination against women" on January 21.[347]
Strasbourg
Toulouse
Marseille
 Georgia Tbilisi
 Germany Berlin
Bonn
Düsseldorf
Frankfurt am Main
Hamburg
January 20, 2018[348] Heidelberg c. 500[348] About 500 people marched from Friedrich-Ebert-Platz and proceeding along the Hauptstrasse to Rathausplatz/Marktplatz in the center of the city's Old Town. Marchers walked for justice, security and freedom of expression and against populism and xenophobia. #metoo marked this year's demonstration.[348][349]
Munich
 Ghana January 20, 2017 Accra Womens March Ghana 2018-6.jpg Protestors in front of the US embassy in Accra held a banner saying, "United in Diversity".[350][351]
 Greece Athens
 Hungary Budapest
 Hong Kong Hong Kong
 Iceland Reykjavik
 India January 21, 2018 Delhi Thousands of demonstrators marched across India with rallies in 30 cities.[352]
Mumbai[352] The movement began following the response by an SP politician to the mass molestation incident in Bengaluru on New Years 2018. He said that "women should not go out after sunset."[352][353]
Hyderabad[352]
Nagpur[352]
Ranchi[352]
Thrissur[352]
 Indonesia Yogyakarta
Jakarta
 Iraq Erbil
 Ireland Galway
Dublin
 Israel Tel Aviv
 Italy Florence
Rome
 Japan Tokyo
 Jordan Amman
 Kenya Nairobi
 Kosovo Pristina
 Latvia Riga
 Lebanon Beirut
 Lithuania Vilnius
 Macau Macau
 Malawi Lilongwe
 Mexico Mexico City
 Myanmar (Burma) Yangon (Rangoon)
 Netherlands Amsterdam
The Hague
 New Zealand Auckland
Dunedin
Wellington
 Nigeria Jos
 Norway January 21, 2018 Oslo Oslo Women's March IMG 4261 (38919091635).jpg
 Peru Lima
 Philippines Manila
 Poland Gdańsk
Kraków
Warsaw
 Portugal Lisbon, Porto
 Serbia Belgrade
 South Africa Cape Town
Durban
 South Korea Seoul
 Spain Barcelona
Granada
Madrid
 Sweden January 21, 2018 Stockholm Amanda Ooms in 2018.jpg
Åre
  Switzerland Geneva
 Taiwan Taipei Women's March in Taipei, March 8, 2018.jpg 200-300 Hundreds carried slogans in heavy rain for more than 4 km to "Fight Invisible Discrimination and March for Equality."[354]
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam
 Thailand Bangkok
 Togo January 20, 2018 Lomé 1000s Women dressed in black marched through Lomé calling for an end to the dictatorship of Faure Gnassingbé whose presidency was passed on from father to son.[355]
 United Kingdom Bristol
Edinburgh
Lancaster
Leeds
Liverpool
January 21, 2018 London 1000's[356] In heavy sleet and rain, women marched from Downing Street past the Monument to the Women of World War II carrying slogans and chanting "Time's up" and "We want justice not revenge".[356]
Manchester
Southampton
York

Outside the United States[edit]

In Athens, Greece, a march is planned on January 21. The event will take place at the Syntagma Square continuing on to finish in front of the Embassy of the United States in Athens.[citation needed]

In Barcelona, Spain, an afternoon of music, dancing and organizing was planned for January 21, in Plaza Virreina[357] from 16:00 to 20:00. The celebration will recognize last year's accomplishments and kick-start this year's endeavors.[358]

Canada[edit]

In Canada there were at least 38 rallies held on January 20.[359]

March participants in Calgary

On January 20, thousands of inter-generational marchers walked from Bankers Hall in downtown Calgary to City Hall carrying hand mind signs with slogans such as "Time's Up", calling for "equality, community and hope." [360] Organizers of the 2018 March, Ashley Bristowe and Adora Nwofor, described how this is "not only about politics or social justice...[it] is about being connected to your community."[361][362] In Toronto, the rally on January 20 which started at Nathan Phillips Square at noon, adopted the theme of "Defining Our Future".[363]

In Roberts Creek, British Columbia, a march was planned for January 20, and is starting at The Gumboot Cafe.[citation needed] In Vancouver, a march was planned for January 20, and is expected to start at Jack Poole Plaza.[364]

France[edit]

  • In Grenoble, a gathering of Americans was planned for January 21 near the Musée de Grenoble.[citation needed]
  • In Paris, a rally was planned for January 21. The event will be held at the Parvis du Trocadéro and will start at 2:30 pm. Venez nombreux/ses.[citation needed]
  • In Lyon, a rally was planned for January 21 at Place des Terreaux.[citation needed]
  • In Toulouse, a meeting was planned for January 21 at La Maison d'a Cote. This was a #MeToo gathering, an indoors event, an opportunity for sharing, comparing notes, and brainstorming for the future.[citation needed]

Germany[edit]

  • In Munich a march was planned for January 20. The event will start at Siegestor, and is being called "Women's March to the Polls". Vote from Abroad will also be registering Americans for absentee ballots.[citation needed]

Italy[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Togo[edit]

Locations[edit]

The 2018 Women's Marches took place in many cities, towns and villages around the world since January 20, 2018.

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