2017 International Women’s Day March & Rally in Los Angeles

Join AF3IRM for the International Women’s Day March and Rally on Sunday, March 5 in Downtown Los Angeles!

This march is convened and led by transnational/women of color, but all people are welcome to join. Our IWD event will feature speakers, poets, and musicians throughout the event.

The march will begin AND end at the same location (1st Street btween LAPD Headquarters and City Hall).

WHEN: Sunday, March 5, 2017
START TIME: 12:00 noon
WHERE: Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters*
100 W. First Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (Between Spring St and Main St)
*Please note location change from Los Angeles City Hall.

Performances by: 
Alice Bag
La Victoria
Maya Jupiter
Xochi Flores from Los Cambalache
*Please note that scheduled performers are subject to change.

**For people physically unable to march, since the march will start and end on 1st Street, you can stay on 1st Street between LAPD and LA City Hall during the march. Some chairs (priority for those unable to stand) will be available, and our medic tent will stay there with some medical volunteers.

**Parking & Transportation: Since it is Sunday, there will be nearby meters on the street (please take note of posted signs) and there are also several private parking lots nearby. The nearest Metro train stop is Civic Center/Grand Park.

**There is a possibility of rain, so we encourage everyone to come prepared.

To endorse as an organization/collective: https://goo.gl/forms/kCS0TFzcshXuZAlk2

To volunteer, contact: [email protected]

To support the March, please consider donating: https://www.gofundme.com/WETHEWOMEN

FB Event Page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/221499078304152/

Leading up to and the day of the march, follow hashtag #IWDLA2017, as well as AF3IRM accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

AF3IRM is a national organization of women engaged in transnational feminist, anti-imperialist activism and dedicated to the fight against oppression in all its forms.  With the slogan “a woman’s place is at the head of the struggle,” AF3IRM is an all-volunteer, grassroots organization whose members recognize the intersectionality of their struggles and the absolute necessity of women’s revolutionary resistance.

This march is endorsed by the following organizations: 

  • #VigilantLOVE
  • ACCESS Women’s Health
  • amigas who run
  • API Equality-LA
  • Artivist Entertainment
  • Bikesanas del Valle
  • Boyle Heights Bridge Runners
  • California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance
  • California Latinas for Reproductive Justice
  • California OneCare
  • California Physicians Alliance
  • Chicana M(other)work Collective
  • Chulita Vinyl Club
  • Community Education for Social Action
  • Community Health Sciences Grads for Racial Justice at UCLA SPH
  • Corazon Del PuebloCultivarte Gallery
  • Democratic Socialists of America – Los Angeles Chapter
  • East Los Angeles Brown Berets
  • Eastside Mujeres Network
  • El Centro Cultural de Mexico & Son del Centro
  • End Rape Statute of Limitations
  • Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project
  • Every Case Matters
  • Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
  • Feminist Magazine KPFK Radio
  • Guerrilla Food Not Bombs/Diné Grandmothers Solidarity LA
  • HEAL California
  • Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike
  • Hollywood NOW
  • HOODsisters
  • El hormiguero
  • Gender Equity Movement
  • I Am That Girl: La Verne
  • Idle No More So Cal and AIM SoCal
  • Immigration Youth Coalition
  • International Socialist Organization, Los Angeles
  • Intersectionality NOW
  • Iranian Circle of Women’s Intercultural Network (ICWIN)
  • Iraqi Transnational Collective
  • Justice for My Sister
  • KmB Pro-People Youth
  • LA4Palestine
  • L.A. Freedom Socialist Party
  • L.A. Radical Women
  • Las Fotos Project
  • Latinic Societas Unitas
  • Local Peace Economy Project
  • Los Angeles County HIV Drug & Alcohol Task Force
  • Los Angeles LGBT Center
  • Los Angeles Women’s Impact Collective (LAWIC)
  • May Day Trans Queer Contingent
  • Medical Students for Choice
  • Mujeres de Maiz
  • Nalgona Positivity Pride
  • Navarasa Dance Theater
  • Orange County Immigrant Youth United
  • Ovarian Psyco Cycles
  • PA4G (Progressive Action for Glendale)
  • People’s Education Movement
  • PSL
  • SEIU Local 100
  • Sisters of South LA
  • Socialist Alternative LA
  • Student Assembly for Gender Empowerment (USC)
  • Students of Color for Public Health at UCLA SPH
  • Tiyya Foundation
  • Todo Verde
  • Tuesday Night Project
  • [email protected] Coalition
  • VOALA -Victim Assistance Sanctuary
  • Volunteers of America
  • Women’s Advocacy Club
  • Women’s Research & Resource Center (CSUN)
  • Women’s Resource Center – San Diego State University

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