Bigger Than Roe Break The Glass Amarillo
Anti-choice, anti-democracy extremists and the politicians beholden to them are energized and emboldened by the overturning of Roe V. Wade.
At the precise moment when abortion pills have become one of the only widely available ways to access abortion, we are mobilizing in the wake of Matthew Kacsmaryk’s disgraceful injunction halting the distribution of mifepristone, the most commonly prescribed medication abortion.
We are in the midst of an ongoing war on women and marginalized people, waged through undemocratic means by power-hungry people who are unaccountable to the public. The good ol’ boy system must be dismantled.
The battlefields in this fight for our rights are constantly shifting. We are going wherever the fight takes us. Winning this fight requires each of us to commit to building a robust movement across race, faith, gender, class, and party.
Together, we will win.
Women’s March is committed to making this mobilization accessible. We are also dedicated to our goal of making all participants feel welcome, safe, heard, thought of, and cared for.
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What are the COVID safety measures?
Women's March takes the spread of COVID-19 seriously. Our top priority is to make sure everyone feels comfortable and safe.
•Masks: We recommend that attendees bring and wear their own mask (ideally an N95) at all times during the event.
•Social distancing: We encourage social distancing at our action, we recommend that everyone remain a distance of at least 6ft apart.