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#MARCHINGFORWARD

Inspired by the collaboration and optimism embodied in the Women’s March, GlobalGirl Media and The Representation Project invite you to join the #MarchingForward campaign! Write why you march on your hand and share with the #MarchingForward hashtag. Together, we’ll create better representation for all.



 

 

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JOIN US

The #MarchingForward Campaign is just getting started! Join us in channeling the energy from the Women’s March into a sustained movement demanding better representation for all.

We’re training young women to become more civically engaged and ultimately step into public service. Are you interested in being trained? Do you run a girls’ or young women’s group that would like to participate? Sign up below.

MARCH WITH US

March for women’s rights and better representation for all by joining The Representation Project delegation. Details below!

ON WASHINGTON

  • 9:20 am: Join Jennifer Siebel Newsom and The Representation Project outside The Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument (144 Constitution Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002) to attend the rally. We’ll have signs, pins, and markers to write on our hands.
  • 12:00 pm: Come back to the Women’s Equality National Monument to hear Jennifer Siebel Newsom speak on the “Modern Guide to Equality” panel at The Female Quotient.
  • 12:50 pm: Let’s march! Meet up with Jennifer Siebel Newsom and The Representation Project delegation outside The Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument (144 Constitution Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002). Look for the people with the signs, pins, and markers, writing on our hands.
  • 3:00 pm: Hear Jennifer Siebel Newsom speak on the “Voices of Change – When You Add Women to Any Equation, The Equation Gets Better” panel at The Female Quotient in The Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument.

IN SAN FRANCSICO

2:30 pm: Join The Representation Project in front of Symphony Hall on the corner of Franklin and Grove to head over to the march together. We’ll have signs, pins, and markers to write why we’re marching on our hands.

#MARCHINGFORWARD

RECENT #MARCHINGFORWARD TWEETS

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SHARE INSPIRATION

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Michelle Obama

First African American First Lady, social justice advocate
2010

Does Michelle Obama inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Hillary Clinton

First woman to win a major party nomination for US President
2000

Does Hillary Clinton inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Dolores Huerta

Cofounder of the United Farmworkers, women and civil rights activist
1970

Does Dolores Huerta inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Gloria Steinem

Pioneering feminist
1960

Does Gloria Steinem inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Rosa Parks

Civil rights activist
1950

Does Rosa Parks inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Amelia Earhart

Pioneering aviator
1940

Does Amelia Earhart inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Mother Jones

Labor leader and community organizer
1930

Does Mother Jones inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Susan B. Anthony

Suffragette
1920

Does Susan B. Anthony inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

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Zitkala-Sa (Red Bird)

Writer, academic, Native American rights activist
1900

Does Zitkala-Sa (Red Bird) inspire you? Share her words and join us in #MarchingForward.

SPECIAL THANKS

Joan Dea

Felicia Chan
Fledgling Fund
Liz Hale
Kristin Hogan
The Image Flow
Lucky Monkey Pictures
Arianna Van Meurs