On January 18, 2020, Women’s March Jacksonville will lead our community in another powerful day of action, harnessing our voices and creating a Women’s Wave that cannot be ignored. Women’s March Jacksonville will host a rally, followed by a march beginning and ending at Hemming Park, on January 18, 2020. The event will begin atRead more about Become a Sponsor[…]
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Saturday January 18, 2020 11 a.m. Hemming Park,135 W Monroe St, Jacksonville, FL 32202 Participation Guidelines This is a peaceful, non-violent event to celebrate the Women’s Wave and march for positive community action. You are invited to chant, sing, and raise your voice with us as we rally and march in display of the powerRead more about March and Rally Visitor Information[…]
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The Women’s March Jacksonville is holding a Women’s Day of Action on January 21, 2018 at The Jacksonville Landing to celebrate the one year anniversary of Women’s March. We are looking for volunteers to help. If you are interested in volunteering please complete this form. Feel free to share with friends and other supporters.
Women’s March Jacksonville takes seriously its mission to amplify the voices of women, children, and other marginalized communities negatively affected by systematic oppression in our community. Below are the latest articles in the news: Monday Lead Letter: Fake Reform Will Severely Impact Women December 18, 2018 Women’s March Florida Plans Statewide Events in January NovemberRead more about Hear Our Voices[…]
The latest tax bill approved by the Republican-controlled government makes a bad situation even worse for women and children. The Centers for Disease Control (2016) indicates pregnancy is a medical condition that can cause serious health problems such as pre-eclampsia, diabetes, and depression in women. ProPublica reports that the United States has the “worst rateRead more about Fake Reform Will Hurt U. S. Women[…]