If you are asking what you can do to keeping the Women’s March moving forward boy do we have suggestions!
Women’s March – Hawai‘i (WMH)
WMH has launched the Neighborhood Action Groups (Huddles), which are springing up all over Hawai‘i and the organizers of WMH stand ready to support your work. Start your own Group or join one of the ones listed on your website. What you do with your collective power is your choice: Organize a march, host a postcard writing party, create resistance art, teach others how to lead, grow community peacemakers, plan a sit-in, learn to run for office…. the choice is YOURS.
After your Group gets started, contact WMH and let us know how we can help!
Please fill out the on-line form so we can add your Group to the Movement and let’s MARCH ON!!!
Women’s March Hawai‘i Pop Up
When: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
This Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017
Where: Kakaako Farmers Market @ Ward Warehouse, Honolulu, HI
We will be there to say Mahalo nui loa to the wonderful volunteers that helped make Women’s March – Oahu a huge success!
We will also you this opportunity to get more people to join the global movement!
We will a limited supply of Women’s March – O‘ahu tshirts available and some other surprises.
So if you are in the area come on by and say hi! Just look for our banner!
‘THROWDOWN THURSDAY’ RALLIES –
JOIN US every Thursday in February starting February 9 from 4 to 6 PM to sign wave and rally at the entrance to UH-Maui College on Kaahumanu Avenue.
Bring a sign reflecting #WHYUMARCH and make your voice heard.
Peaceful resistance efforts continue in concern of the many untenable policies that our new administration is suggesting that threaten our democracy.
Maui’s “Throwdown Thursday” Rallies are a partnership between Organizing for Action – Maui Chapter (OFA) and the Women’s March Hawaii’s Maui team. Mark your calendar! Be there!
From the Supporting Organizations:
Friday, Feb. 10 at 1:00 PM
Location: Hawai‘i State Capitol Auditorium
RSVP: AF3IRM Hawai‘i on Facebook
Black Lives Matter in Hawai‘i: A Conversation Between Communities About Police and State Violence
How can you fight state violence against our communities in the time of Trump? Please be invited to a conversation about fighting state violence with organizers and policymakers, where we will discuss the work of building a mass movement from our lives.
Featuring: Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of the national Black Lives Matter movement, Innocenta Sound-Kikku, Kamaile Maldonado, Dr. RaeDeen Keahiolalo, and more…
Hosted by the Office of Rep. Cedric Gates and Rep. Kaniela Ing
FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Call Hawai‘i Senators
Planned Parenthood is under attack like never before. Calls have the largest impact and grab lawmakers’ attention.
Take a selfie with the message “Stand strong and oppose the Supreme Court nominee” on a sign and post on social media with the hashtags #resist, #SenatorSchatz and #SenatorHirono
Join us at the State Capitol for Lobby Day, 10:00-12:00 pm
Thank you card signing to Planned Parenthood health care providers, 12:00-1:00 pm
Want your organization’s event listed just become a supporting organization of Women’s March – Hawai‘i and we will include it in our next eblast!
Mahalo & MARCH ON!