Washington, DC -- On Thursday, June 28th, more than 1,000 women will converge on DC to demand Congress end the policies that criminalize immigrants, separate families, and incarcerate children in prison camps.Read More
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We will be marching in the 2018 Ashely Rukes Pride Parade and want YOU to march with us as a UNITED coalition of activists. We truly believe we are better together to support and celebrate our LGBTQIA+ Community.Read More
Hectic day at Mn Sec. of State’s office yesterday – 275 people filed to run for public office! Lots of musical chairs and some hotly contested seats, INCLUDING record numbers of women filed for state House seats - YES!!!
2018 Primaries are 10 weeks away - August 14th.
Early voting is June 29th-Aug 13th, by email or in person. What’s your voting plan?
It's going to be a busy summer for candidates and their teams. Which campaigns can you help on?Read More
Women's March Minnesota couldn't be more excited by the huge number of terrific, progressive women candidates running for office at every level and receiving endorsement. Congratulations! Thank you for running!Read More
On May 23, US border patrol agents shot and killed an unarmed migrant. We say her name in solidarity, Claudia Patricia Gomez Gonzalez. at WMM we whole heartedly reject the oppression and violence that the border patrol engages in. We reject the words and racism that our administration has used to divide and we reject the notion of borders.Read More
Great news! The Governor has vetoed the "ultrasound bill" (SF2849). Thank you for standing up for women, Gov. Dayton!
And thank you to everyone who called, wrote, tweeted their legislators, the Governor, talked with others about the issue.
For one day, on May 12, 2018, people dealing with warrant issues in Ramsey County can come and get their issues resolved without the fear of getting arrested.
The county is teaming up with the ACLU of Minnesota, the NAACP, and UJAMAA Place to host a warrant resolution day. Attendees will work with attorneys and judges to address active warrants and take actions to resolve or move forward with any underlying court case.Read More
Twin Cities Pride parade should be a fun, festive event for all, not just a privileged portion of attendees…It has been marketed as and should be a place where marginalized people can feel free to express and celebrate themselves.Read More
The MN House Public Safety Omnibus bill (HF2856), to be discussed and possibly voted on Tuesday May 1st, has some problems:
a) It includes 2 anti-protest provisions that are being rolled out across the country and are aimed at chilling dissent, particularly by groups like BLM and Water Protectors.
b) It includes NO gun control provisions. (26 sensible gun law bills are waiting at MN Leg for action to be taken on them.)
People dealing with warrant issues in Ramsey or Washington Counties can come and get their issues resolved without the fear of getting arrested on May 1, and May 12, 2018.
The counties are teaming up with the ACLU of Minnesota, the NAACP, and UJAMAA Place to host a warrant resolution day. Attendees will work with attorneys and judges to address active warrants and take actions to resolve or move forward with any underlying court case.
Women's March Minnesota is proud to be a sponsor of this year's March for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.
Please join us May 1st as we march in solidarity with Minnesota's Immigrant Community. We march in support of Dreamers and recipients of TPS and DED. We march to demand legalization for all undocumented immigrants. We march to call for an end to unfair deportations of our neighbors and friends. Let's show up in strength on May 1st!Read More