March On, Arkansas!

Start: January 20, 201811:00 AM

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Line up 11:00-12:00
Speakers 12:00-12:30
March 12:30-1:00
RJR18 1:00-2:30
Me Too Panel 3:00-5:00

In 2017, we marched, rallied, held vigils, wrote letters, made phone calls, and showed up. Get your marching shoes and signs ready! On January 20, 2018, we will celebrate the #WeekendOfWomen and #MarchOnArkansas! Brought to you by organizers of the record-setting 2017 Women's March for Arkansas, this anniversary march will be an opportunity to stand with like-minded friends from across the state to support your favorite #MarchRoots candidates and causes with a refined focus: to #MarchOnThePolls in 2018. Lineup begins at 11:00 am at the corner of West Capitol and South Pulaski in Little Rock. RSVP here: bit.ly/MarchOnArkansas18Tix

Prepare to enlist in Operation Marching Orders at 12:00 noon as we utilize civic engagement technology to crowdsource our agenda and to enable people to vote on their issues and priorities. We are turning over decision-making power to the people and empowering them to set the agenda for elected officials and candidates as we to flip seats across Arkansas and the United States.

At 12:30, we march. The march will end at the Arkansas State Capitol steps, where we are excited to support the kickoff of the 8th Annual Rally for Reproductive Justice and hear speakers on topics such as the importance of sex ed and LGBTQ health, DACA and immigrant justice, civil liberties and the legal system, and public education and the Little Rock School District. We invite you to join us. RSVP here: bit.ly/RJRally8

Finally, we'll convene at The Studio Theater, 320 W 7th Street, Little Rock, for a #MeToo panel discussion and audio book signing with Shirley Marie Johnson, hosted by March On Arkansas, Be the Change Alliance, and Women's March for Arkansas founder, Gwen Combs for Arkansas - now also a Congressional candidate. RSVP here: bit.ly/GwenCombsMeToo