2018 Houston Women's March
Start: January 20, 2018• 9:30 AM
End: January 20, 2018•12:00 PM
Last year, more than 22,000 women, men and children marched together towards Houston’s City Hall, expressing shared values of equality, diversity, justice, and welcome for our neighbors during the 2017 Houston Women’s March.
Saturday, January 20, 2018, we’re marching again in Houston, preparing for the 2018 elections, and we invite YOU to unite, rise up, and join us. During 2017, we’ve seen an unprecedented assault on wise public policies and the normal rule of law in America, as people unwilling or unable to steward the public trust have assaulted our nearly 250-year history of government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
2018 is our year to make our voices and votes heard, to remake Congress, our state, and our region, choosing and electing women and men who will help people, rather than enrich themselves and their donors.
We're helping organize progressives in Texas for the "4 Cs" -
- Communications, and
- CAST your ballots for the 2018 primaries and general election.
Rise up and join the Houston Women's March on Saturday, January 20, 2018. We gather at 9:30 am on Sabine street near Buffalo Bayou, and start marching at 10:00 am. Visit www.HoustonWomensMarch.org and RSVP for more information and updates. Musical guests will include DJ Gracie and Kam of The Suffers, and Texas Southern University’s honored Chief Mary Young will coordinate event security with Houston Police Department.
2018 is a crucial year for democracy, justice, and unified actions to protect our people and our country. If we build a progressive wave of voters in Houston, we change Texas. If we change Texas, we change America. Help us crowdfund the March by donating here.
Houston Women March for an America that welcomes all races, creeds, religions, ethnicities, genders, and other unique expressions of our common, shared humanity.