Women's Unity March 2020: Speaking Truth to Power

Civic DC • 16 January 2020
Event date 18 Jan '20 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Event location Whitmore Urban Park • 44 Calvert Street, Annapolis, 21401, MD, United States
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The time has come once again to take to the streets and stand up for our rights! Our theme this year is "Speaking Truth to Power." In a world that is always seemingly devolving into chaos and tyranny, it is the responsibility of every citizen to demand transparency and accountability from those in power. We must remind our leaders that their power comes from the people, and when lies become a chip in their political game, we can take that power from them just as easily.

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We are excited to announce that we have a FULL ROSTER OF SPEAKERS!

The march will be emceed by:
March On Maryland founder and director Eve Hurwitz; Connecting the Dots founder and community organizer Monica Lindsey; and MOM Assistant Director Emma Buchman.

Speakers include:

Jen Deerinwater: Tsalagi, Bisexual, Two Spirit, multiply-Disabled journalist, speaker, and organizer.

Deauntte Dezurn: Local community activist.

William Rowel: Senior Adviser/Community Relations Specialist to the Mayor of Annapolis

Mary Matiella: former Assistant Secretary of the Army in the Obama Administration.

Emma Seiss: Fridays For Future Annapolis co-founder and youth climate activist.

Drake Smith: President of the Anne Arundel County NAACP Youth & College Division Unit

Andrea Williams-Muhammad: Co-Chair for the Reproductive Health Equity Alliance of Maryland and a National Collaborator on the Policy Working Group for the ‘Black Mamas Matter Alliance’.

There will also be a written message from British-Iranian poet and activist Sheyda Monshizadeh-Azar.

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We have a lot of exciting things planned for the march this year, and we look forward to going on this journey with you! If you would like to join our planning committee, ask to join the March On Maryland Planning Committee group on Facebook.

If your organization would like to co-host or sponsor the March, get in touch with us to find out how!

For more information, feel free to email Eve Hurwitz at eve@marchonmd.org, or Emma Buchman at emma@marchonmd.org.

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1 month agoAdd to Calender 2020-01-18 19:00:00 2020-01-18 19:00:00 Women's Unity March 2020: Speaking Truth to Power The time has come once again to take to the streets and stand up for our rights! Our theme this year is "Speaking Truth to Power." In a world that is always seemingly devolving into chaos and tyranny, it is the responsibility of every citizen to demand transparency and accountability from those in power. We must remind our leaders that their power comes from the people, and when lies become a chip in their political game, we can take that power from them just as easily. --- We are excited to announce that we have a FULL ROSTER OF SPEAKERS! The march will be emceed by: March On Maryland founder and director Eve Hurwitz; Connecting the Dots founder and community organizer Monica Lindsey; and MOM Assistant Director Emma Buchman. Speakers include: Jen Deerinwater: Tsalagi, Bisexual, Two Spirit, multiply-Disabled journalist, speaker, and organizer. Deauntte Dezurn: Local community activist. William Rowel: Senior Adviser/Community Relations Specialist to the Mayor of Annapolis Mary Matiella: former Assistant Secretary of the Army in the Obama Administration. Emma Seiss: Fridays For Future Annapolis co-founder and youth climate activist. Drake Smith: President of the Anne Arundel County NAACP Youth & College Division Unit Andrea Williams-Muhammad: Co-Chair for the Reproductive Health Equity Alliance of Maryland and a National Collaborator on the Policy Working Group for the ‘Black Mamas Matter Alliance’. There will also be a written message from British-Iranian poet and activist Sheyda Monshizadeh-Azar. --- We have a lot of exciting things planned for the march this year, and we look forward to going on this journey with you! If you would like to join our planning committee, ask to join the March On Maryland Planning Committee group on Facebook. If your organization would like to co-host or sponsor the March, get in touch with us to find out how! For more information, feel free to email Eve Hurwitz at eve@marchonmd.org, or Emma Buchman at emma@marchonmd.org. Whitmore Urban Park America/New_York public Feminism & Gender Equality #womensmarch