You’ve made phone calls, written postcards, attended marches and rallies, donated, educated yourself and others, and built a movement.
We still have a lot of work to do as we uphold our eight unity principles: ending violence, reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, workers rights, civil rights, rights for people with disabilities, immigrant rights and environmental justice.
Women’s March Minnesota would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Justine Damond. No one should ever lose their life at the hands of those sworn to protect them. Not Justine, not Philando, not Jamar, not Cordale…and these are just a handful of local names. Women’s March Minnesota is deeply saddened by the continuing senseless shootings of friends, community members, neighbors, and people across Minnesota and the United States at the hands of the police. We’d also like to thank all those individuals and other activist groups that showed up on Sunday for the vigil and that continue to show up.
Special thanks to the Women's March Pink Hat Brigade and ERA MN supporters that showed up rain or shine!We appreciate you letting our MN lawmakers know we want the Equal Rights Amendment to be a priority in 2018!
One of our goals at Women’s March Minnesota is to continue to make sure that women’s voices are heard and amplified; in solidarity with the D.C. march, we are announcing the continuation of a series of in-depth community discussions.
Titled: “Racial Bias: Identifying and Overcoming Implicit and Explicit Racism”, the next “Messy Conversation” will take place on August 9th and is limited to 200 people due to space, you can register here