Women’s March On Ann Arbor

. December 31, 2018.
Women’s March On Ann Arbor

This peaceful protest by grassroots organizers Progressives at the University of Michigan and Women’s March Ann Arbor is a show of solidarity with those rallying across the U.S. The event marks the third anniversary of the monumental women’s march on Washington and other marches that took place nationwide in January 2016. Put on your pussy hat, make some signs, and join like-minded people for the Ann Arbor Women’s March.

2pm-4pm | Saturday, January 19
Gathering will begin outside the Federal Building at 5th and Liberty
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