There's no better time to enjoy an evening of inspiration, hope and support than at a gala.Read More
Trump is cutting advertising funds for the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) by 90 percent. What does this mean? A reduced budget makes it harder to new enrollees to find out about the program and get signed up for health care.Read More
Check out our new feature to keep you up-to-speed on all things Women’s March Minnesota! Each week we’ll give you a rundown of the most important topics of the week on social media, as well as how we’ve been active in the community and future opportunities to show up.Read More
Join Women’s March Minnesota Saturday, Aug. 26 to make our voices heard and create change on Women’s Equality Day. Share your stories on Twitter and Facebook with #WomensEqualityDay.
That’s not all! There are two awesome local opportunities to educate and inform about the Equal Rights Amendment.Read More
The rise of woman is the rise of the nation. Join Women’s March and thousands of women, femmes and our allies of all backgrounds in Detroit Oct. 27-29.
We would love to represent Minnesota with a large contingent! If you plan on going, let us know.Read More
Nine months ago, everything changed for me. I went from a social media activist to a person who shows up. I stepped out of my comfort zone and volunteered in a role that would become much more than I ever expected.
It has been an honor.Read More
Women's March National put out the following statement:
We are horrified by today's violent acts in Charlottesville, Virginia. There are no 'both sides' here. Our nation’s leadership has intentionally appointed, promoted and empowered people with unabashed white supremacist and neo-Nazi stances.Read More
Thanks for all the actions you've taken to help stop the removal of ACA! Here are two more actions you can take in 5 minutes or less to push for bi-partisan reforms on targeted healthcare areas.Read More
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.Read More