PRESS RELEASE: Power to the Polls
This is why we marched.
WOMEN'S MARCH MINNESOTA ANNOUNCES POWER TO THE POLLS
9/14/18: St. Paul, MN ---- Power to the Polls: Over the past two years we’ve resisted, persisted and created change, and now it’s time to bring our collective Power to The Polls.
On Sep 21st, early voting opens in Minnesota. At that point, it is 45 days until the general election on November 6th.
WMM Official Statement; The Murder of Thurman Blevins
Now is the time to take action to ensure that we protect our rights and once again live in a country we are proud of. If not now - when? This is why we marched. In addition to the requests to participate, we will be sending out motivational videos and educational pieces about the election process called “Election Central”.
Will Kavanaugh Be Confirmed? Pressure On Both Sides Mounting
Two years ago, Jamar Clark and Philando Castile were killed by police. Justine Damond was killed last year. Thurman Blevins, Jr. was killed just last month. This is unacceptable. These were human beings. Our neighbors.
WMM Official Statement on Judge Kavanaugh Nomination
The pressure for and against quickly confirming Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the vacant U.S. Supreme Court is ramping up in the U.S. Senate.
Now is the time for citizens to contact senators, supporting careful consideration rather than haste on this nomination.
PRIDE Parade!! – Come march with us!
In the coming days, Women’s March Minnesota will send an open letter to Senator Amy Klobuchar and Senator Tina Smith on behalf of the 110,000 Minnesotans who marched January 21st 2017, urging our Senators to vote NO on any nominee who does not believe the United States Constitution incorporates a right to privacy and will not commit to publicly stating that Roe v. Wade is settled law.
Twin Cities Pride Parade - WMM Official Statement
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.
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.