List of 2018 Women's March locations

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This is an incomplete list of 2018 Women's March events - rallies, marches, community activities, and voter registration drives - that took place in cities, towns and villages on January 20 and January 21, 2018 (the latter as noted). By January 21, there were around 250 site-specific events reported.[1][2][3]

United States[edit]

Listed below are over 380 marches in the U.S. in support of the 2018 Women's March. Larger crowds gathered in cities such as New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, and Atlanta.[4][5] Speakers at the January 20, 2018 rallies called for more women to run for office.[4][6]

State Date Cities Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 District of Columbia Jan. 20 Washington, D.C. Women's March 2018 From Lincoln Memorial.jpg 10,000+[7] In Washington, D.C., thousands[8] gathered at the Reflecting Pool at the Lincoln Memorial and marched to the White House.[9] The crowd was smaller than the 2017 rally, which according to WUSA9 had almost 500,000 participants.[8] Just ahead of the start of the rally, over 12,000 people had RSVP'd they were attending on the event's Facebook page, with another 21,000 stating they were interested.[10] U.S. Sen Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), one of Trump's targets for Twitter attacks, addressed the crowd: "It is women who are holding our democracy together in these dangerous times." Also speaking, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Sen Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), DNC Chair Tom Perez, & Toni Van Pelt, president of the National Organization for Women.
 Alabama Jan. 20 & 22 Birmingham ~58[11] (Jan. 20) "Celebration of Women" event scheduled from 1-4 p.m. at Rogue Tavern;[12] (Jan 22) Roe v Wade: 45 Years of Choice; event planned at The J Clyde[13]
Dothan[14] "Power to the Polls Wiregrass!" Event held at KBC on Foster for voter registration[15][16]
Huntsville[14] 200+[17] A march was held at Big Springs Park[18]
Mentone 60+[19] Plowshares Bistro & Artisan Market - Mentone Arts and Cultural Center (formerly Kamama gallery)[20]
Mobile few hundred[21] The South Alabama Women's March Anniversary Event took place at the Public Safety Memorial Park.[22] Participants were particularly fired up after the 2017 special US Senate election of Doug Jones.[12] Among the six speakers at the rally were state Rep. Barbara Drummond (D-Mobile), the only current elected official, and Tabitha Isner, a Democratic contender for Alabama's 2nd congressional district, currently held by Republican Rep. Martha Roby.[14]
Montgomery[23] thousands[24] Court Square fountain, Dexter Ave - Alabama State Capitol; event hosted by Southern Poverty Law Center[25]
Jan. 21 Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Moms Demand Action; Training Room, The Gateway at Alberta[26]
 Alaska Anchorage 3,000+[27] In Anchorage, 3,000 people marched to empower women and to protest President Donald Trump's policies. The Alaska March for Women 2018 began at the Delaney Park Strip and continued along 9th Avenue.[27][28]
Bethel several dozen[27]
Cordova[29] 87[30] About 87 men, women and children gathered in the center of Main Street for the Women's March in Cordova.
Fairbanks 400[31] Under the theme of "Power to the Polls", speakers opposed oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and gerrymandered legislative districts. Signs included, "love Trumps hate".[31]
Gustavus 90[27] Gustavus Airport. About 90 of the community's 400 residents turned out for the march[27]
Homer 650-700[27] Pioneer Avenue
Juneau 1,030+[32] in front of State Capitol - Marine Park.
Ketchikan 150[27] event planned at 131 Front Street[33]
Kodiak 140[27][29] Kodiak High School
Nome[27] 40[29] people in fur-lined parkas marched down Front Street
Petersburg 100+[27] Petersburg's Women March, a.k.a. March for Love[34]
Seward 65[35] About 65 women, men, children, and about 10 sled dogs participated in the march organized by Suzi Towsley and Fey Herold.
Sitka 300[29] Organizer Kathy Ingallinera thanked everyone for coming out
Soldotna 75[27] Soldotna Public Library, Kenai Spur Highway
Jan. 21 Unalaska 55[36] Eagle's View Elementary School[37]
Valdez 24[38] event planned at corner of Fairbanks & Hazelet[20][39]
Wrangell[40] 15[41] 5-minute march through the small island of Wrangell, AK
 Arizona Jan. 21 Ajo 11[42] event planned at Ajo Plaza[43] in Ajo Plaza
Casa Grande ~100[44] Pinal County Women's March, Peart Park. Former congresswoman Gabby Giffords & her husband Mark Kelly spoke at the event. US Rep. Tom O'Halleran (D-Sedona) was also scheduled to speak but got held back by the government shutdown.
Flagstaff 1,000+[45] Flagstaff City Hall;[46] hundreds marched through snow.[47]
Green Valley 450-500[48] Alliance4Action (A4A) Women's March Rally; corner of Esperanza Blvd & La Canada Drive[49]
Nogales[50] 100+[51] International Street
Payson 2[38] event held at 513 S. Beeline Highway[52]
Jan. 21 Phoenix[53] 25,000[54] Arizona State Capitol;[55] Arizona Capitol Museum. The Phoenix march came one day after 4,500 people gathered at the Capitol for the Arizona for Life March and Rally.[47]
Prescott[56] 1,100[57] - 1,400[47] Yavapai County Courthouse
Sedona 500[58] Creative Gateways Gallery[59] - Vino di Sedona;[60] hundreds marched through rain.[47]
Tucson 200+[61] Instead of a march, a candlelight vigil was held in Amory Park.
 Arkansas Fayetteville 1,000[62] - 3,000[38] Fayetteville Town Center - Fayetteville Library[63] (original end point was Washington County Courthouse, but changed because of higher than expected turnout)[62]
Little Rock hundreds[64] The Arkansas Times reported big crowds at the State Capitol Building in Little Rock.
 California Alameda dozens[65] Park St & Santa Clara Ave[66]
Avalon 45-47[67] Wrigley Stage
Bakersfield 3,000[68] The first Kern County Women's March started and ended at Mill Creek Park off of 21st Street
Bishop 700[69] The 2nd Eastern Sierra Women's March[70] was held, once again, at Bishop City Park.[71]
Burbank nearly 1,000[72] A crowd of 600 people (police estimate) marched along the Chandler Bikeway path, from Mariposa Street to Hollywood Way and back (3 miles).[73] More joined in along the walk, bringing the total closer to 1,000. Vice Mayor of Burbank Emily Gabel-Luddy was one of several notable speakers at the event.[72]
Carpinteria 400[74] Seal Plaza, Linden Ave - Carpinteria State Beach; the closure of a major traffic artery along the California coast did not stop the marchers from publicly promoting gender equality
Chico 5,000[75] Downtown Chico Plaza
Crescent City[76] 250-400[77] Crescent Elk Middle School[78]
Eureka 4,300[79] - 5,000[76][80] Madaket Plaza at the top of C Street Market Square - boardwalk march to F Street Plaza
Fairfax 100+[81] Fairfax parkade - San Anselmo hub
Fort Bragg 1,000+[82] Women's March Mendocino Coast 2018 at Bainbridge Park (filled almost to capacity); Mayor Lindy Peters was present.
Fresno thousands[83] River Park Shopping Center; Nees and Blackstone
Gualala 14[84] event held at Gualala Hotel Parking Lot[20][85]
Hemet dozens[86] Democratic Headquarters - Hemet City Hall parking lot
Idyllwild 100+[87] Idyllwild Monument
Jenner event planned at Timber Cove Landing[88]
Kings Beach 750[89] outdoor plaza of North Tahoe Event Center
Los Angeles Los Angeles Women's March (39773937072).jpg 600,000[90][91] According to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, about 600,000 marched in Los Angeles, from Pershing Square to Grand Park and the City Hall on the morning of January 20, calling for equal rights for women in a rally that reflected the rise of the #MeToo and #TimesUp" movements. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,[92] they marched to end violence, and to protect the rights of women, workers, people with disabilities, immigrants, indigenous peoples, and environmental and civil rights.[93]
Modesto 1,200[94][95] Corner of Briggsmore and McHenry; attendance up from about 1,000 in 2017. People marched down McHenry Ave to a rally at Graceada Park
Napa 3,000 - 4,000[96] An estimated 3000 to 4000 people marched from city hall to the Napa Valley Expo, for a rally addressed by local elected officials and a DACA recipient.
Nevada City 200[97] Broad Street overpass
Oakhurst 200+[98] corner of Highway 41 and Road 426
Oakland Women's March Oakland (28044767119).jpg 40,000[94][99] - 70,000[100] After a rally at Lake Merritt Amphitheater, a peaceful march in downtown Oakland started at 14th Street & Lake Merritt and continued to Frank H. Ogawa Plaza. Some women wore the red robes and headdresses from The Handmaid's Tale.[99]
Pacifica Women’s March Pacifica 2018 (24938089847).jpg 1,000[75] march along Pacifica Coast Highway, starting at Linda Mar Beach
Palm Springs 1,000+[101] Frances Stevens Park. S Palm Canyon Drive - Wellwood Library. Recently elected Palm Springs Councilwoman Lisa Middleton, the first transgender city representative in California, emceed the event.
Quincy 150[102] Plumas County Court House[103]
Jan. 21 Redding 700+[104] Civic Center Plaza - Redding City Hall & back
Redondo Beach 1,000 - 1,500[105] In front of Ruby's Diner; organized by Progressive Parents South Bay
Ridgecrest 100+[106] Petroglyph Park; organized by Ridgecrest United[68]
Riverside 3,000 - 6,000[107] Historic Riverside Courthouse; 2018 Inland Empire Women's March. Riverside police said that about 3,000 were there; research physicist Ann Heinson of Rise Up California said her analysis showed about 6,000
Sacramento 36,000[108] Southside Park; the numbers rose well above 2017's attendance of 20,000
San Diego 37,000[109] Waterfront Park. Because of its proximity to the Mexico – United States border, San Diego is a "binational", multicultural city. 2018 Women's March director Monica Boyle acknowledged the unseated land of the Kumeyaay Nation, where the rally took place. Though San Diego Police Department officials estimated about 37,000 people attended today's march, Boyle said the crowd at this year's march was even bigger than in 2017 (30,000 - 40,000).[109]
San Francisco Women’s March San Francisco 2018 (28030007149).jpg 80,000[94] noon rally at the Civic Center Plaza, followed by a march down Market Street to the Embarcadero at 2pm.[110] Speakers included Aimee Allison, president of Democracy in Color; Brittany Packnett, Ferguson, MO activist; San Francisco supervisors Hillary Ronen & Sandra Lee Fewer
San Jose 20,000[99] San Jose City Hall.[111] Organizers of the San Jose march focused on encouraging people to become active in politics and to register to vote.[99]
San Luis Obispo 4,000[112] Mission Plaza
San Marcos 3,000 - 4,000[113] Palomar College
Santa Ana 20,000[114] Six Native American women wearing traditional clothing led the Orange County Women's March from Flower Street and Civic Center Drive up Main Street. Themes of the march included "MeToo" and "TimesUp" but also focused on issues, such as "immigrant, worker and disability rights, and the environment."[114] Some demonstrators in Santa Ana danced to songs by Cyndi Lauper and Beyoncé and chanted: "When we fight we win!"[99]
Santa Barbara 3,500[115] A rally was held at De La Guerra Plaza, but the march was postponed to International Women's Day (March 10) as all local emergency personnel had been strained due to a recent mudslide in Montecito.
Santa Cruz 30,000+[116] Locust St & Pacific Ave - Louden Nelson Community Center.
Santa Rosa 2,000+[117] Old Courthouse Square
Seaside 3,000[118] CSU Monterey Bay (Otter Soccer Complex as start & end of march)[119]
Sebastopol several hundred[120] Sebastopol Town Plaza
Sonoma 2,000+[117] Sonoma Plaza
South Lake Tahoe 400[121] Tahoe Truckee Women's March; 400 people marched along U.S. 50 from Stateline, NV to Lakeview Commons.[122] South Lake Tahoe Mayor Wendy David spoke to the marchers.[121]
Susanville 112+[123] Residents from Lassen and Plumas counties marched along Main St from Roop's Fort to Walgreens and back, in part honoring the recently deceased Zellamae Miles, community member and great granddaughter of Susanville founder Isaac Roop.
Ukiah hundreds[124] Alex Thomas Plaza[125]
Vallejo 140[38] While some groups of people protested in Vallejo, others boarded buses for marches in Sacramento,[96][126] Oakland and San Francisco.[127]
Ventura[115] 1,500[128] "Ventura County Rising" event planned at Plaza Park[129]
Visalia 1,000[130][131] College of the Sequoias - march along Mooney Blvd. Over 900 people said they were interested in the event posted on Facebook.[132]
Walnut Creek 10,000+[75] Civic Park
 Colorado Aspen dozens[133] Women's Ski & March[134] took place, respectively, on Aspen Mountain & Paepcke Park.[135][136]
Broomfield 400[137] Broomfield Library Amphitheater
Canon City 4[138] event planned at 628 Main St
Carbondale 500[135] The Goat & Kitchen Bar - Highway 133 (Crystal River Trail)[139]
Jan. 21 Colorado Springs 1,000+[140] Demonstrators gathered in snow and frigid temperatures at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church,[141] and marched south on Tejon St, pausing at City Hall and Acacia Park
Cortez 300+[142] Cortez City Park; organized by the Montezuma Alliance for Unity. Cortez Mayor Karen Sheek spoke at the rally.
Creede 1[143] Creede Women's March 2018 planned; Kip's – Arp's
Jan. 21 Crested Butte 300+[144] Women's Ski March planned at Red Lady Express / 4-Way Stop, Elk Street; hosted by Gunnison Valley Democrats[145][146]
Denver 2018 Denver Women's March IMG 3987 (38941181095).jpg 50,000+[147] Civic Center Park - People of "all ages, races and genders" marched in solidarity to support women's equality, racial minorities, LGBTQ, climate science, health care and heading to the polls.[147] This year, organizers in their city permit application anticipated as many as 200,000 participants (twice the number from 2017), but, according to a crowd estimation tool, the march drew closer to 50,000.[147]
Durango 600+[148][149] march along Main Ave from Rotary Park to the Durango Public Library
Grand Junction thousands[150] Lincoln Park - Old Mesa County Courthouse. There were so many people that the Grand Junction Police Department had to shut down the street outside of City Hall.
Greeley 150[151] Weld County Courthouse - gazebo at Lincoln Park. About 150 people showed up to Greeley's first women's march Saturday morning in downtown Greeley.
Gunnison 200+[144] Legion Park[152][153]
Pueblo 1,000[154] Old Pueblo Courthouse. 500–1,000 people were expected
Salida 250[155] Honk and Wave visibility event; Centennial Park (by the Aquatic Center) - Soulcraft[156]
Jan. 21 Steamboat Springs 500[157] Bud Werner Memorial Library - Routt County Courthouse lawn[158]
Telluride 70-80[159] march down Colorado Ave
Trinidad 75[160] The Trinidad Rally for Love, Equality, Justice and Peace took place at Santa Fe Trail & Main Street[161]
Vail event planned at Vail Village Transportation Center[162]
 Connecticut East Haddam 400+[163] Two Wrasslin' Cats; Together We Rise CT (TWRCT)
Hartford 10,000+[164] The Hartford march drew about 10,000 participants. Lt. Gov Nancy Wyman,[165] Rep Elizabeth Esty & Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin[166] addressed the rally.
Mystic 50-75[167] Rise Up Mystic held a rally near the John Kelley Statue[168]
Salisbury 250[169] Salisbury Green - Town Hall
 Delaware Jan. 21 Lewes 200+[170] Women's March Sussex planned for 1 p.m. at the Lewes Public Library[171]
Newark[172] hundreds[171] Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark[173]
 Florida Jan. 21 Bokeelia dozen+[174] The Pine Island ROAR Rally was held at Fritts Park[175]
Jan. 20 & 21 Gainesville 500+ (Jan 20) 50 people gathered near the Eternal Flame monument and walked across the midtown pedestrian bridge[176] (Jan 21) 450 people met on Bo Diddley Community Plaza, and marched down West University Ave to Southwest 13th St and back.[177]
Jan. 21 Jacksonville 1,000[178] Women's March Day of Action, Jacksonville Landing
Melbourne thousands[179] Eau Gallie Causeway; Brevard Women's March
Jan. 21 Miami 1,000[180] - 2,500[181] Mana Wynwood Convention Center; Carrie Feit, president of Women's March Miami, said the decision to forgo marching and just hold a rally is encapsulated in Women's March Florida 2018 slogan: "In 2017 we marched! In 2018 we act!" Speakers included two Democratic candidates for governor: Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum and former US Rep Gwen Graham. US Rep Lois Frankel also spoke.
Naples 1,300[182] Cambier Park
Jan. 21 Orlando[183] 10,000[181] Lake Eola Park - Walt Disney Amphitheater. The rally was a part of Women's March Florida's statewide "Day of Action," which also gathered donations for hurricane relief for Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Florida Keys.[181] A handful of men from the Proud Boys showed up to clash with the protesters, and were quickly escorted out by Orlando police.[183] State Rep. Amy Mercado (D-Orlando) addressed the crowd, as did Sheena Meade, a former Florida House candidate and speaker from Orlando's first women's march, who lamented, on both occasions, the lack of diversity in an audience of mostly white women.[184]
Panama City hundreds[185] McKenzie Park
Pensacola few hundred[186] A community rally was organized at Plaza De Luna in downtown Pensacola Saturday to walk in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.[187] Organizers criticized the idea of "pussyhats" over perceptions that it excluded transgender women and women of color.[188]
Jan. 20 & 21 Sarasota 10,000[189][190] (Jan. 20) At least 10,000 people (perhaps even more than 2017's attendance of 12,000) gathered at the Unconditional Surrender Statue. (Jan. 21) A second protest march was slated for 1 pm at Five Points Park.[189]
Jan. 21 St. Petersburg 5,000[191] Williams Park; St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman was present.
Sebring 8[192] march along US-27 between Hammock Rd to Sebring Parkway - rally at Sebring Women's Club[193]
Tallahassee 450[194] Standing Together; steps of the Old Capitol
Vero Beach ~33[195] Merrill P. Barber Bridge
The Villages 400-500[196] Lake Sumter Landing
West Palm Beach 300+ In Palm Beach, Florida, home to President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, several hundred people gathered carrying anti-Trump signs, preventing Trump from traveling there as he initially planned. About two miles away, a far different group of about 50 Trump supporters gathered at the intersection of Southern Boulevard and South Flagler Drive.[197]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Athens 200[198] Topics included Donald Trump, women's rights and Planned Parenthood.[198]
Atlanta thousands[199] At 11:30 am, 200 people marched from Woodruff Park around the 1.75-mile government loop. At noon, participants went to the Georgia Alliance for Social Justice's "Power to the Polls" rally at The Bakery on Warner Street.[200] Organizers expected between 2,000 and 5,000 people;[201] though the overall turnout was nowhere near the 2017 tally of 60,000, people were no less energized to get out the vote. Speaking at the rally were Women's March co-chairs Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour, actress Alyssa Milano, Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, and Planned Parenthood Southwest CEO Staci Fox.[202][203] US Reps John Lewis & Hank Johnson, who were held back in D.C. during the government shutdown, stepped out of the House Chamber long enough to address the rally through a phone call.[202]
Jan. 20 & 21 Savannah 500+[204] (Jan 20) 500 people gathered at Wright Square, including former State Rep. Stacey Evans, another female candidate for governor of Georgia[205] / (Jan 21) anniversary celebration of the 2017 Savannah Women's March took place at the Savannah Film Company.[204]
Statesboro 200[206] March from Bulloch County Annex to Stateboro Courthouse[207]
 Hawaii Hilo 1,000+[208] Queen Liliuʻokalani Gardens - Moʻoheau Bandstand. The big guest speaker was Teresa Shook, the Maui grandmother credited with beginning the whole Women's March movement.[209][210]
Honolulu (Oahu) thousands[211] Hawaii State Capitol[212]
Jan. 21 Kailua-Kona thousands[213] Hale Halawai O Halualoa. Organizers locally weren't sure on Sunday, but the crowd looked to be near Kona's 2017 turnout of 3,800.[213]
Kauai several hundred[214] intersection of Ahukini Road and Kapule Highway
Maui 3,500[215] - 5,000[216] Thousands attended the peaceful march held at University of Hawaii Maui College campus in Kahului. 100 marchers were met by three loud counterprotesters w/ a bullhorn, denouncing feminist issues.[217]
Molokai[211] 10[218] Kaunakakai Library
 Idaho Jan. 21 Boise 3,000[219] Idaho State Capitol Building[220]
Idaho Falls hundreds[221] Idaho Falls' second annual Power to the Polls Women's March began at the Museum of Idaho, where Mayor Rebecca Casper spoke to a crowd of hundreds. Afterwards, people marched to Library Plaza on Braodway, then headed to the end of Memorial in front of the offices of US Rep Mike Simpson and Sen. Mike Crapo.[222]
Ketchum 600[223] Town Square
Sandpoint 951[224] North Idaho Women's March was held at Sandpoint Middle School. The event's keynote speaker was US Rep Paulette Jordan, who in Dec 2017 had announced her run for governor of Idaho, hoping to serve as the first Native American woman in such office.[225]
Jan. 21 Twin Falls event planned at Twin Falls Family Courthouse[226]
 Illinois Bloomington[227] dozens[38][228] trip planned for Chicago's 2018 march
Carbondale 1,000[229] Southern Illinois Women's March attracted hundreds at Carbondale Civic Center.[230] March organizer Liz Hunter said the turnout surpassed her expectations, and thought there might have been more than 1,000 marchers[229]
Chicago 300,000[91][231] Thousands of mostly female marchers gathered once again in Grant Park,[232] with many carrying protest signs with slogans such as "Strong women raising strong women."[233]
East Peoria 500 - 600+[234] Riverfront Park
Galesburg 34[235] Knox County Courthouse[236][237]
Kankakee 200[238] Kankakee County Courthouse[239]
Rock Island 300+[240] Schwiebert Riverfront Park - Rock Island County Clerk's Office
Rockford thousands[241] Rockford City Market - Second First Church
Springfield 500[242] - 1,000[94] Rally held at the Old State Capitol[243]
Jan. 21 Wheaton (was Naperville) The Women's March Naperville 2018, originally set for Sunday, was officially canceled in favor of rolling the event into the 2018 Chicago march. However, a Facebook event remained online, with 12 people marked as "going" and 34 "interested" as of Saturday afternoon.[244] Meanwhile, in lieu of Naperville's Sunday march, a candidate meet-and-great was scheduled in the nearby city of Wheaton, at Panera Bread off of Naperville Rd.[20]
 Indiana Bloomington 200[245] Bloomington Resistance March gathered at the Monroe County Courthouse[246]
Jan. 21 Evansville hundreds[247] University of Evansville Campus[248]
Jan. 21 Fort Wayne 500[249] Allen County Courthouse. Courtney Tritch, a Democratic candidate for the U.S. representative seat including the Fort Wayne area, asked those present to make 2018 the Year of the Woman.
Indianapolis 3,500 - 4,000[250] American Legion Mall - Indiana State Capitol Building (by way of Monument Circle)[251]
Madison 100[252] The Ohio Valley Indivisible Power to the Polls march[253] took place along Main St.
 Iowa Bettendorf[254] USW Local 105[20]
Decorah 750[255] Mary Christopher Park - Winneshiek County Courthouse
Des Moines 6,000[256] - 10,000[257] Iowa State Capitol. "If You Can't Hear Our Voice, Hear Our Vote" State Representative Liz Bennett spoke[257]
Dubuque 100+[257] Washington Park Gazebo. Iowa House candidate Lindsay James spoke at the rally.[258]
Iowa City 1,000+[259] Iowa City Pedestrian Mall
Lamoni 50+[260] rally held at The Coliseum[261]
 Kansas Lawrence 1,500[262] - 2,500[263] South Park - City Hall. Many people came here for the lack of an event in Kansas City, KS (where organizers from 2017 said they were focused on getting women elected in office).[262] Vice Mayor Lisa Larsen was present.[263]
Pittsburg 200[264] Russ Hall, PSU[265] - Pritchett Pavilion at 2nd and Broadway;[266] event hosted by Southeast Kansas chapter of the National Organization for Women (SEK NOW)[267]
Jan. 21 Topeka 400[268] Kansas State Capitol. Speakers included State Sens. Laura Kelly & Marci Francisco, who were respectively running for Kansas governor and Secretary of State.[269]
Wichita 500[270] Women's March on Air Capital at City Hall
 Kentucky Lexington 2,000+[271] Lexington Women's March 2018 at Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza. Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes spoke
Jan. 21 Louisville 5,000+[272] Muhammad Ali Center. "We can change the world but we have got to be together" - Urban League President and CEO Sadiqa Reynolds
Owensboro dozens[273] Dozens of people met at the Owensboro riverfront to march together
Jan. 21 Paducah[274] ~100 Robert Cherry Civic Center. Paducah's first female mayor, Brandi Harless, joined the celebration
Pikeville[275] 80+[276] Pikeville City Park
 Louisiana New Orleans 10,000 - 15,000[277] The march, which began and ended in Duncan Plaza, stretching for a half-mile-plus loop through the French Quarter, was the largest single protest in the history of New Orleans (breaking the city's 2017 record). Featured speaker, LaToya Cantrell, the first female mayor-elect of New Orleans (who would take office in May 2018), said, "We walked through the streets of New Orleans demanding that the rights of women be upheld to the highest level."[277]
Shreveport 800+[278] Caddo Parish Courthouse[279][280]
 Maine Augusta 3,000 - 4,500[281] Maine Women's March 2.0 at Maine State House
Bangor 1,000+[282][283] Mid & Northern Maine Women's March Year 2; Pierce Memorial Park[284] - Unitarian Universalist Church on Park Street[283]
Bar Harbor ~100[285] Bar Harbor Village Green[286]
Brunswick 150-200[287] Brunswick Gazebo on the Mall[288]
Gouldsboro 25[38] Gouldsboro Women's March 2.0 was held at Gouldsboro Town Office[289] and organized by Acadia Action.[283]
Jan. 21 Portland 200[290] Women's March One Year Anniversary: Reconnect, Refresh, Resist; SPACE Gallery (capacity of 250)
 Maryland Annapolis hundreds[291] Lawyers Mall - Susan Campbell Park. Newly elected Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley kicked off the rally
Baltimore 123.Rally1.WomensMarch.BaltimoreMD.20January2018 (39838061481).jpg 7,000[94][292] - 10,000+[293] Baltimore Women's March: March Forward held on January 20, from 11 to 2 p.m. beginning at War Memorial Plaza; bigger turnout than the 5,000 from 2017. Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh & city councilwoman Shannon Sneed spoke.
Jan. 21 Frederick hundreds[294] corner of North Market & Patrick Streets; walk along Carroll Creek toward the amphitheater
Jan. 21 Ocean City hundreds[295] Boardwalk next to the Hugh T. Cropper Inlet parking lot. Cambridge, MD Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley spoke to the crowd before the march began.[296]
Takoma Park 12[297] event planned at Piney Branch Elementary, with Mayor Kate Stewart scheduled to speak.
Jan. 21 Westminster 300+[298] People of all ages gathered on Sunday in front of Jeanniebird Baking Co., and marched up and down Main St.
 Massachusetts Jan. 21 Andover 200[299] Shawsheen Square[300]
Ayer 500+[301] Ayer Town Hall
Cambridge 10,000[302][303] Cambridge/Boston Women's March 2018: The People Persist,[304] organized by Massachusetts Peace Action and March Forward Massachusetts.[305] Up to 10,000 met at the Cambridge Common, a much smaller area than the Boston Common where 150,000+ gathered in 2017.[302] U.S. Senators Ed Markey and Elizabeth Warren had planned to speak, but were in Washington and unable to attend the event.[303] State Attorney General Maura Healey, however, was available to speak at the rally,[306] as were state Rep. Marjorie Decker and Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern.[307] Also present were a group of Trump-supporting counter-protesters, who were separated from the event by police and Veterans for Peace.[303]
Jan. 21 Charlton event planned at Charlton Arts & Activities Center[308][309]
Greenfield 500[310] Greenfield Town Common & Square; 2nd annual Franklin County Women's Rally
Hyannis hundreds[311] Cape & Islands Women's March, Hyannis Village Green. Emceed by State Rep Sarah Peake (D-Provincetown)
Jan. 21 Ipswich dozen Ipswich Center Green[312]
Jan. 21 Lowell 120[313] Lowell Solidarity March and DDD (Demonstrate, Drink, and Discuss); UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center 2-6 pm.[314] Former Newton Mayor & 2018 candidate for governor Setti Warren spoke at the event.
Martha's Vineyard 50+[315] Five Corners, Vineyard Haven
Nantucket 100+[316] Nantucket United Methodist Church[317]
New Bedford hundreds Custom House Square - New Bedford Public Library. New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell and his wife Ann Partridge addressed the rally from the library steps[318]
Northampton 2,000[319] 2nd annual Pioneer Valley Women's March - protesters marched from Sheldon Field to Northampton City Hall
Pittsfield 200[320] hosted by The Berkshire Theatre Group on South St[321]
Shrewsbury dozen[38] event planned at Shrewsbury Town Common[309]
Topsfield 138[322] Tri-Town Women's March, Topsfield Commons.[323] State Rep. Brad Hill (R) spoke at the event.[312]
 Michigan Adrian 250[324] Lenawee County Courthouse[325] Former Adrian Mayor Jim Berryman attended.
Ann Arbor 3,000[326] - 4,000[327] #WeToo: Celebrating a New Way; outside the Federal Building / University of Michigan Diag
Bay City 100[328] Bay City Hall
Jan. 21 Douglas / Saugatuck 1,000+[329] Over a thousand people (according to The Commercial Record) gathered at Beery Park and marched over the bridge to downtown Saugatuck.[330] Some Trump supporters were present.[329]
Jan. 21 Farmington Hills 177[331] event planned at Farmington Hills Manor Banquet & Restaurant
Jan. 21 Grand Rapids hundreds[332] Rosa Parks Circle[333]
Holland 350[334] Centennial Park
Jan. 21 Houghton 500[335] event planned at Portage Lake Lift Bridge[336]
Jan. 21 Kalamazoo 3,000[337] Western Michigan University, march to Bronson Park. The crowd was triple the size of the 2017 turnout.[337][338]
Jan. 21 Lansing 5,000[339] Michigan's largest Women's March rally in 2018 took place at the State Capitol in Lansing. Cindy Garcia, the wife of Jorge Garcia, 39, of Lincoln Park, who was deported to Mexico Monday as part of a Trump administration crackdown on undocumented immigrants, drew cheers as she spoke about her family's situation.[336]
Jan. 21 Marquette thousands[340] march from Main St to Front St, then down Washington St, ending with a rally in front of the post office[341]
Jan. 21 Midland 425[342] Corner of Eastlawn and Saginaw
Jan. 21 Saint Joseph[343] 43[344] Lake Bluff Park[345]
Traverse City 3,000[346] - 4,500[38] Traverse City Chamber of Commerce[347] - Cass St, Front St, Park St & Union St;[348][349] police estimated the crowd was "comparable to last year's overwhelming 3,000."[346]
Ypsilanti 100+[350] Ypsi March for Love, Resilience and Action 2018; Ypsilanti District Library[351] - Riverside Art Center[352]
 Minnesota Bemidji 500[353] The Sanford Center - BSU's Beaux Arts Ballroom. Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht spoke at the event.
Jan. 21 Caledonia event planned at The Wired Rooster Coffee Shop[20]
Duluth hundreds[354] Twin Ports Women's March 2018 gathered at the Building for Women, then marched along First Street to Duluth City Hall. Mayor Emily Larson was one of the speakers.[355]
Fergus Falls event planned at The Spot Panini and Wine[20]
Grand Marais 185[356] Harbor Park; event hosted by Arrowhead Indivisible[357]
Mankato ~50[358] Jackson Park[359]
Jan. 21 Morris 170[38] event planned at Morris Senior Center[360]
Rochester 180[361] Winter Is Coming - Women's March;[362] Peace Plaza, 2pm Indivisible Rochester[363]
Jan. 21 St. Paul 2,500[364] Union Depot. State Rep Ilhan Omar, DFL-Minneapolis, spoke the crowd[364]
Jan. 21 Thief River Falls event planned at City Hall[20][365]
 Mississippi Jackson 500[366] Mississippi State Capitol; hosted by Indivisible Jackson[367]
 Missouri Columbia[368] 1,650[369] - 2,000[370] Boone County Courthouse Square
Kansas City 500[94] three-mile walk from Brookside to Swope Park, ending with a rally at Unity Southeast Church
St. Louis 8,000[371] march from Union Station to Old Courthouse. More than 40 speakers addressed the crowd at Luther Ely Smith Plaza and City Hall
Jan. 19 Springfield Planned event (Jan 19-20) - Springfield Women's March Anniversary Action / #PowerToThePolls voter registration tour, a 24-hour event, started Friday evening at Sisters in Thyme Bistro & Bakery and wrapped up on Saturday evening at Queen City Wine Dive.[372]
West Plains Postcards to Voters event[373] planned at The Yellow House[3]
 Montana Billings hundreds[374] The Women's March in Billings drew a large crowd[375] that marched to North Park Community Center. Native American marchers raised concerns about missing and murdered indigenous women.[376]
Bozeman 1,300[377] People gathered at Montana State University and marched to the Strang Union building. Bozeman Mayor Cyndy Andrus was present.[377] Native American marchers raised concerns about missing and murdered indigenous women.
Browning[378] Browning Community March planned: Blackfeet Community College parking lot - Museum of the Plains Indians[379]
Butte[378] 39[380] Nasty Women Chili Feed, Carpenters Union Hall[379]
Great Falls 300[378] Nearly 300 people attended the Rise Together for Democracy observance that started in Gibson Park and ended at the YWCA,[381] although Gerry Jennings of Great Falls Rising, which cosponsored the event along with the YWCA, said she heard crowd estimates as high as 1,000[378]
Helena 2,000[378] In Helena, a Women's March was followed by a Rise Together for Democracy Rally in the Rotunda of the Montana State Capitol. State Sen. Christine Kaufmann spoke to the crowd.[382] Whereas in 2017 Helena served as the one Montana location for a crowd of 10,000 (the largest public demonstration in state history), this year there were nine rallies across the state, putting the crowd total at 8,500.[378]
Kalispell[378] 600-700[383] Women's March Flathead[384] took place at Depot Park.[385]
Miles City[378] 50[386] Riverside Park
Missoula[387] 2018 Women's March in Missoula, Montana 194.jpg 3,000[388] Gathering at Wilma Theatre; march on Higgins Avenue to Caras Park. After the previous year's marches had been criticized for excluding people of color and other marginalized communities, this year's march promoted an intersectional feminist movement by highlighting the voices of Native women, black women, transgender women, immigrant women, women with disabilities, and more.
 Nebraska Lincoln 1,000+[389] March began at 3pm at University of Nebraska Student Union, proceeding down Centennial Mall to the steps of the Capitol Building. Jessica McClure, a candidate for the House of Representatives, said the 2017 march motivated her campaign. U.S. Senate candidate Jane Raybould also spoke.[389]
Loup City[390] 100+[391][392] Loup City Community Center[393] - Sherman County Historical Society - Highway 58
Omaha 8,000+[390] rally at Gene Leahy Mall, outside W. Dale Clark Library,[394] followed by a march through downtown Omaha.
Wayne[389] 50+[395][396] The first Women's March in Wayne, NE started at Neihardt's roundabout and ended at Victor Park.
 Nevada Jan. 21 Las Vegas 8,000[397] The "Power to the Polls" campaign to register a million new voters was launched in Las Vegas with a massive turnout at Sam Boyd Stadium (capacity of 40,000). NPR's Leila Fadel on PBS explained that the goal was to flip swing states like Nevada, which is also considered to be a battleground state. Las Vegas was also chosen in the aftermath of the country's deadliest gun massacre on Oct 2, 2017. Among featured speakers were: Alicia Garza, one of the founders of Black Lives Matter;[231] Cecile Richards, current president of Planned Parenthood; singer & actress Cher, actress Marisa Tomei; US Rep John Lewis (D-GA) and US Senator Catherine Cortez Masto who, in 2016, became the first woman to represent Nevada and the first Latina to serve in the Senate.[398][399] Also present was US Rep Paulette Jordan (D-ID), who had just spoken at a Saturday rally in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Reno 10,000 - 12,000[400] Bruce R Thompson Federal Building; the crowd stretched from Liberty Street to California Avenue.[401]
Stateline 400[121] The 2nd Women's March to South Lake Tahoe (CA) began at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.[402]
 New Hampshire Concord 1,000+[403] New Hampshire State House.[404] Sen. Maggie Hassan and Rep. Annie Kuster were both expected to speak at the Saturday rally, but organizers say they were unable to leave D.C.
Francestown 134[38]
Jan. 21 Jackson 500[405] Jackson Covered Bridge[404] - Grammar School[406]
Lancaster 44[407] event planned at Great North Woods parking lot[404][408]
Jan. 21 Peterborough hundreds[409] Peterborough Town Hall[404][410]
Portsmouth 1,000+[411] Market Square[404][412]
Wilton 5[38] Public Library front lawn - Wilton Main Street Park and Riseup Center, Brick Mill Complex[404][413]
 New Jersey Jan. 21 Asbury Park 124[414] The one-year anniversary of the 2017 Women's March Asbury Park was commemorated at the Asbury Hotel with a gallery show of posters collected from the march, titled "Still We Rise."[415]
Glen Rock 80[416] Glen Rock-Main Line Train Station (group trip to NYC)
Leonia 300+[417] Leonia Middle School - Broad Ave
Monroe[418] 18+ event held in Monroe, with State Senator Linda Greenstein and Mayor Jerry Tamburro.[419]
Morristown (was Trenton) 15,000[148] - 20,000[420] Shortly after the 2017 Women's March on New Jersey in Trenton, a group known as NJ 11th for Change started showing up every Friday at the headquarters of US Rep Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) in Morristown, demanding a town-hall meeting to answer concerns about the fate of the Affordable Care Act.[421] In December 2017, organizers of the Trenton march moved the upcoming 2018 event to Morristown, known for its historical significance (Gen. George Washington's army spent two winters during the Revolutionary War),[422] but also by which time Frelinghuysen had numerous mid-term challengers from both parties for his seat in Congress[423] (he would later drop out of the race on January 29). The march in Morristown started at Town Hall on South Street, and ended at the Town Green. Attendance in Morristown ranged between 15,000 (according to police) and 20,000 (according to Mayor Timothy Dougherty), which far surpassed the original expectations of 4,000 people,[418] and more than doubled the 2017 estimate of 7,500 at Trenton.[424] Newly sworn-in Democratic Governor Phil Murphy (succeeding Chris Christie) addressed the rally; his wife, First Lady Tammy Murphy, said she was a victim of sexual violence while a student at the University of Virginia.[425]
Ocean City 600[426] Hundreds of people met at 9th Street Park, and marched up & down Asbury Ave. Congressional candidate Tanzie Youngblood spoke to the rally.
Westfield 1,500 - 2,000[427] rally at the train station, march thru downtown to Mindowaskin Park[428]
 New Mexico Jan. 21 Alamogordo 100+[429] The First Annual Alamogordo Women's March; Otero County Courthouse - Pavilion at Alameda Park[430]
Jan. 21 Albuquerque thousands[431] Civic Plaza. Elizabeth Kistin Keller, the First Lady of Albuquerque, spoke to the crowd
Jan. 21 Fort Sumner event planned in Dallas Park[20][432]
Jan. 21 Las Cruces 800[433] Plaza de Las Cruces, Downtown Mall
Portales 40[434] outside the Roosevelt County Courthouse
Jan. 21 Santa Fe 4,000 - 5,000[435] West DeVargas St. - Santa Fe Plaza
Socorro[436] ~140[437] March from Tech's Gate to the Plaza
Taos 200[438] Taos Plaza - Kit Carson Park[439]
Truth or Consequences 12[440] event planned at Healing Waters Plaza[441]
 New York Albany 5,000 - 6,000[442] Rally held at West Capitol Park.[443] Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan was present, but US Rep Paul Tonko, who wanted to be present, was stuck in Washington, DC.[442]
Binghamton 1,000+[444] Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade - United Presbyterian Church of Binghamton
Jan. 21 Buffalo 4,500[445] Niagara Square outside City Hall - march down Delaware Ave toward downtown Buffalo, through Lafayette Square, and back.[446] Mayor Byron W. Brown spoke at the march[447]
Canton 150[448] Unitarian Universalist Church
Cobleskill 450[449] Centre Park[450]
Glens Falls hundreds[451] Old Planned Parenthood at Warren & Oak - gazebo in City Park. Among the crowd were at least six NY-21 Democratic congressional candidates hoping to unseat Republican incumbent Rep. Elise Stefanik; Tedra Cobb sent a group representing her to the Glens Falls march while she marched in the town of Plattsburgh.[452]
Hudson 2,000 - 2,500[453] This was larger than the crowd of 1,200 in 2017, according to police (the total population in Hudson is only 6,700). The march began at 7th Street Park, and Indivisible CD 19 NY lead the event. Ten people spoke and then activists marched from Warren to Basilica Hudson on the waterfront. Voter registration was available at Basilica Hudson.
Lewis 200[454] Adirondack Women's March - 200 participants went up to the Lewis Cemetery, atop what was once known as Suffrage Hill, and laid flowers on the grave of famed suffragette Inez Milholland.[455] Afterwards, the march headed to Lewis Veterans' Park and Lewis Town Hall, before returning to the Lewis Congregational Church.[456][457]
New York City 2018 Women's March NYC (00640).jpg2018 Women's March NYC (00331).jpg 200,000+[4][91][231] There were more than 200,000 protesters at the 2nd women's march in New York, stretching 30 city blocks along Central Park West,[4] from the Museum of Natural History at 86th St to Columbus Circle in front of the Trump International Hotel at 59th St.[458] New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke to the crowd. Meanwhile, at Union Square, about 200 women and men gathered at a Feminism & Faith in Unity rally.[459]
North Creek 75[460] Adirondack March for Democracy; Tannery Pond Community Center[461] - Riverside Park[462]
Plattsburgh[452][457]
Pleasantville 250[463] Memorial Plaza Gazebo; hosted by Indivisible Pleasantville[464]
Port Jefferson several hundred[465] Resistance Corner, 5141 Nesconset Hwy (corner Rte 347 & Rte 112)
Port Jervis 300[466] St. Peter's Lutheran Church
Rochester several hundred[467] Held at Washington Square Park.[468] Indivisible Rochester and Gender Equity Movement of SUNY Brockport organized the rally. A letter from Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, who at the time was in Seneca Falls, was read to the crowd.[467]
Sag Harbor[465] hundreds[469] windmill on Long Wharf / Flying Point Surf Boutique - American Hotel, Main St
Seneca Falls[190] Scene from today's march -WomensMarch -WomensMarch2018 -SenecaFalls -NY (24937351067).jpg 12,000 - 15,000[470] Thousands gathered (some dressed as suffragettes) at the Women's Rights National Historical Park, site of the country's first women's rights convention in 1848 (and also thus affected by a current government shutdown); police said more people attended this year than last. Rochester's first female Mayor, Lovely Warren, pleaded for women to get involved in government at all levels, saying they are woefully underrepresented. New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul also spoke to the crowd.[471]
Staten Island 250 The Staten Island Women Who March, Move Forward Staten Island, Wagner College students and many other Staten Islanders met at 9 a.m. at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal.[472]
Syracuse 200+[473] CNY Women Rising 2018 - march from Laci's Tapas Bar to ArtRage Gallery[474]
Utica 200+[475] March from YWCA to City Hall
Watertown several hundred[448] All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
Woodstock 5,000[476] Andy Lee Baseball Field - Bradley Meadow via Mill Hill Road
 North Carolina Asheville 3,000[477] Memorial Stadium, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer spoke
Black Mountain 500+[148] Town Square
Burnsville event planned at Burnsville Town Center[20]
Charlotte 5,000+[478] "Remarchable Women" First Ward Park - Romare Bearden Park. Charlotte's first female African-American mayor, Vi Lyles, addressed the crowd[479]
Hillsborough 500+[480] Old Orange County Courthouse
New Bern 36 "We the People NB" rally was held at Broad Street Christian Church.[481]
Raleigh 5,000 - 10,000[482] Halifax Mall; more of a rally than a march
Wilmington 2,000+[483] Thalian Hall downtown.[484] Organized in part by Women Organizing for Wilmington [WOW], currently at 1900 members (tripling since 2017)
Winston-Salem thousands[485] Corpening Plaza. Mayor Allen Joines addressed the crowd
 North Dakota Jan. 19 Bismarck 67[486] Friday rally planned at the United Tribes Technical College Gym; hosted by the North Dakota Women's Network[487]
Fargo 1,000[488][489] Fargo Civic Center Centennial Hall. The rally took place in the lower level, where space limited the audience to about 600 or 700. However, hundreds more waited outside the Civic to join in the march that followed the rally. Participants kept the tone of the event upbeat, even when a Fargo resident known for his pro-white rhetoric made an appearance.
Grand Forks 200+[354] Empire Arts Center
Minot 10 Federal Building - Scandinavian Heritage Center[490]
 Ohio Athens 500 - 600[491] First United Methodist Church - Athens County Courthouse
Cincinnati 10,000[492] - 12,000[493] The Second Cincinnati Women's March, organized by United We Stand, met at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. The route stretched for 1.5 miles along Race Street and back.[494] Meanwhile, a pro-life march took place near Fountain Square.[493]
Cleveland 7,000[495] - 10,000[94] Organized by the Women's March Northeast Ohio chapter;[496] voter registration at Cleveland Public Square; march to Cleveland City Hall at Willard Park and back.[497]
Columbus 3,000[498] Greater Columbus Convention Center - Ohio Statehouse.[499] Columbus City Councilwoman Elizabeth Brown, daughter of US Sen. Sherrod Brown, spoke to a cheering crowd inside the Convention Center.[500]
Dayton 2018 Dayton Women's March (24931001727).jpg few thousand[501] An event was held at Courthouse Square[500][502]
Lakewood 90[503] NE Ohio Power to the Polls Forum; Lakewood UCC
Lima 17[504] Lima's Town Square
Mount Vernon "Signs on the Square" event planned at Public Square[20][505]
Newark 200+[506] Licking County Courthouse Square[507]
Jan. 21 Toledo 600[508] YWCA of Northwest Ohio Rise Unity March; Toledo Loves Love Wall (mural) - Trinity Episcopal Church at Summit St. Participants included State Rep Teresa Fedor.[508]
Wooster 200[38] event planned at Wooster Public Square Historic District[509][510]
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City thousands[511] Oklahoma State Capitol. Protesters chanted, "We need a leader, not a creepy tweeter!"[512][513]
Tulsa 3,000 - 3,500[514] Guthrie Green - Living Arts of Tulsa Building[515]
 Oregon Albany 200[516] Power of Hope Women's Rally; Linn County Courthouse[517]
Astoria event planned at Lovell Showroom - Turn the Tide 2018 Regional Summit, hosted by Indivisible North Coast Oregon (INCO)[518]
Bend ~3,000[519] Drake Park - downtown streets[520][521]
Brookings[522] ~100[523] Brookings-Harbor Women's March[524] was held outside Democratic Headquarters on Chetco Ave.[20][525]
Coos Bay 300[526] Coos Bay Boardwalk
Corvallis 3,000+[527] Central Park - Northwest Jackson Avenue
Eugene Women's March 2018 (25937494098).jpg 3,000 - 7,000[528] Indivisible Eugene's Women's March for Action began at Wayne Lyman Morse Federal Courthouse and headed north toward Mill Street. Signs included "In our America women are in charge of their own bodies."[529] Event organizers estimated 5,000-7,000 people attended the march; Eugene Police estimated 3,000-4,000.[528] US Rep Peter DeFazio, who was stuck in Washington due to the government shutdown, addressed the crowd over the phone.[530]
Grants Pass[522] 900[522] March from Riverside Park to Josephine County Courthouse. The next day, 350 people showed up in the rain for the annual March for Life in Grants Pass and took the same path in reverse.[531]
Joseph 150[532] people marched along Main St.[533]
Klamath Falls[522] 200+[534] Klamath County Government Center - South Sixth Street bridge;[535] Klamath Falls Mayor Carol Westfall was both a speaker and marcher.[534]
La Grande 300[536] March planned at Union County Offices[537]
Medford (was Ashland) several thousand[538] Women's March Southern Oregon (Jackson County), which in 2017 took place in Ashland, relocated to the greater city of Medford in 2018 for its second event. At least several thousand came to Hawthorne Park and marched half a mile through downtown to Pear Blossom Park.[522] Though the end point could accommodate as many as 10,000 people,[539] it was unclear whether this march matched Ashland's turnout of 8,000, but the level of commitment and determination was no less diminished. Speakers included State Rep. Pam Marsh (D-Ashland) & Democratic congressional candidate Jamie McLeod-Skinner.[539][540]
Newport 1,000[541] Resist & Persist: Women's March of Lincoln County; Newport City Hall - Newport High School[542]
Pendleton 350-400[543] Pendleton City Hall
Port Orford 70+[544] Battle Rock Wayside Park - Highway 101 - public library;[545] event hosted by Indivisible North Curry County[546]
Jan. 20 & 21 Portland ~ 1,000 (total) Dozens of police in riot gear were present in Portland as four protests and rallies took place over the weekend, with hundreds of demonstrators (and some counter-protesters) in attendance, though not nearly as many as 100,000 back in 2017.[547] (Jan. 20) The Trump Impeachment March met at Terry Schrunk Plaza (2,000 were expected to attend; at least 300 showed up) and marched through downtown Portland to the Battleship Oregon Memorial. Along the way, the marchers passed by Pioneer Courthouse Square, site of the #MeToo March and SpeakOUT rally (400 people).[548] Later in the evening, a Freedom March (< 100 people) led by right-wing group Patriot Prayer began at Salmon Street Springs.[547] (Jan. 21) The Indigenous Womxn's March took place at Terry Schrunk Plaza, where once again people came by the hundreds.[549]
Roseburg 200[550] NW Garden Valley Blvd[551]
Salem 1,000[552] Braving both the rain and a guy waving a Nazi flag, hundreds of people gathered at the state capitol and marched through Salem
Sandy 2nd Annual Women's March on Sandy planned near Centennial Plaza[553][554]
The Dalles 400[555] Gorge Womxn's March 2018;[556] began and ended at City Park on Union Street; the previous year's march had 150 people.[555]
Tillamook 100+[557] We're Still Here! Women's March Tillamook; Pedestrian Plaza[558]
 Pennsylvania Bethlehem 500[559] Payrow Plaza - an anticipated crowd of 200 more than doubled by noon
Bloomsburg[560] 150[561] rally held near town fountain at Main & Market Streets
Carlisle dozen A small crowd gathered at The Old Courthouse on the Square[562]
Jan. 21 Doylestown 1,000[563] Bucks County Old Courthouse on East Court Street - Main & Court Streets
Jan. 21 Erie hundreds[564] Perry Square
Gettysburg 400[565][566] Lincoln Square - Unity Park[567][568]
Hollidaysburg 200+[569] Blair County Courthouse - Allegheny St;[570] a growth in attendance from 35 people in 2017.
Jan. 21 Indiana 150+[571] IRMC Park[572]
Jan. 21 Millheim event planned at Millheim Post Office[573]
Philadelphia 40,000[574] - 55,000[575] Event hosted by Philly Women Rally, Inc. Protesters marched on Benjamin Franklin Parkway, from Logan Circle to Eakins Oval at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, from whence lead organizer Emily Cooper delivered a speech to the rally. While the 2017 event drew more than 50,000, organizers believe that year's powerful #MeToo and "Time's Up" movements over sexual harassment helped boost attendance for 2018.[576] Organizers also concentrated on "diversity and inclusion" in response to criticisms about the 2017 March; specific themes included racial justice. Members of the Black Lives Matter movement, Camp Sojourner and Girls Incorporated programs were among the marchers. Local politicians, such as Jannie Blackwell, Cherelle Parker, Maria Quiñones-Sánchez, and Rebecca Rhynhart participated.[577] Gov. Tom Wolf's deputy chief of staff Nedia Ralston spoke on behalf of the governor.[576]
Jan. 21 Pittsburgh 30,000[578] Market District Giant Eagle - Let's Get Organized the Day Before the March to the Polls; event began at City County Building on Grant Street. Thousands of people, including Mayor Bill Peduto, marched to Market Square; organizers estimated 30,000 people, a bigger turnout than in 2017 (25,000).[578] Voting was a constant theme; a number of those in attendance carried signs or wore buttons supporting particular political candidates, such as Democrat Conor Lamb for the 18th Congressional District in a March 13 special election.[579]
Jan. 21 Pottsville 40[580] Union Station
Sharon 500[581] Columbia Theatre Park, Downtown Sharon. Hosted by Indivisible Mercer[582]
State College 300-500[583] Allen Street Gates - State College Municipal Building
 Rhode Island Providence 1,000+[584] Rhode Island State House South Lawn. Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza attended and mingled, but no politicians or political candidates were invited to speak, as the organizers wanted the crowd to hear new voices rather than stump speeches.[584]
 South Carolina Charleston 3,500[585] Rally for Electoral Justice, Brittlebank Park. Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg spoke to the crowd.[586]
Greenville 1,000+[587] Falls Park on the Reedy River
Jan. 21 Marion march planned from East Godbold St to the Town Square across from the courthouse[588]
Myrtle Beach 300+[589] Anderson Park; attendees marched on a sidewalk on Ocean Blvd to Plyler Park[590]
 South Dakota Custer 25+[591] event planned at Way Park, by the CC Courthouse[592]
Pierre[593] 42[594] rally held in the State Capital[595][596]
Rapid City hundreds[597] Central High School - Memorial Park - band shell[598]
Sioux Falls 2,500+[599] Carnegie Town Hall - Minnehaha County Courthouse. Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether presented marchers with a key to the city for their marching efforts.[600]
 Tennessee Bristol 75-100[601] Bristol Virginessee Women's March;[602] in proximity to Bristol, Virginia
Chattanooga 3,000+[603] Coolidge Park. Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke was present
Johnson City 1,000+[604] Women's March 2.0 Tri-Cities TN Rally; East Tennessee State University parking lot - Founders Park[605]
Jan. 21 Knoxville 14,000[606] The Knoxville Women's March 2.0 was sponsored by Women's March - Knoxville, to "show their support for women's rights and the electoral victories women have won."[606] But organizers were forced to change their rally/march starting point from Market Square to Krutch Park, with heavy police presence, when the Traditionalist Worker's Party (TWP), a neo-Nazi group, planned a counter-demonstration.[607] On Sunday, about 20 white nationalists faced off against a crowd of thousands before leaving the area about an hour later, according to the Knoxville News-Sentinel. Meanwhile, 700 people gathered at a competing [counter]protest, March for Life, a few blocks away at Knoxville Convention Center.[606]
Memphis 1,000+[608] First Congregational Church
Nashville 15,000+[91][609] Tennessee Women's March 2.0, Public Square Park - Bicentennial Mall. Clarksville Indivisible was one of many groups heading to the march.[610] Nashville Mayor Megan Barry spoke to the crowd at the park.[611]
 Texas Jan. 21 Alpine 200[612] Alpine Civic Center - Brewster County courthouse.[613] Marfa Mayor Ann Marie Nafziger spoke
Amarillo 100[614] - 250[615] Sponsored by Indivisible Amarillo, the second annual Women's March stretched from Ellwood Park[616] to the Potter County Courthouse.[617]
Austin 10,000[618] Hosted by Texas Reproductive Rights Rally (TRRR). As many as 10,000 people gathered for a rally at Austin City Hall and marched to the Texas State Capitol. While lacking in numbers compared with 40,000-50,000 from 2017,[619] this one made up for in energy, enthusiasm and the occasional touch of dramatic choreography - a group of women dressed in "Handmaid's Tale" costume led the march, protesting against female oppression.[618] Among the speakers at the capitol was former Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis,[618] who in 2013 garnered national attention for her nearly 13-hour filibuster over new Texas abortion restrictions. Also present were two Democratic candidates for Governor of Texas, Lupe Valdez and Andrew White.[620]
Beaumont 100+[621] Betty Smith Creative Arts Studio - Calder Avenue; hosted by Golden Triangle Indivisible[621]
Brownsville 200[622] Washington Park; "Still We Rise" rally
Jan. 20 & 21 Dallas 7,000[623] (Jan 20) The Dallas Women's March 2018 began at St Paul United Methodist Church, and proceeded through Uptown to a rally in Pike Park. The Dallas Morning News noted that Saturday's police estimate of 7,000 actually seemed larger than the 2017 turnout.[94] State Reps. Helen Giddings and Victoria Neave, and County Commissioner Elba Garcia took part in the event.[623] Around the same time, an Impeach Trump rally took place at City Hall.[624] A few miles away at the Guadalupe Cathedral, the March for Life, marking the 45th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, also attracted thousands of people (though not quite as many as the Women's March).[625] (Jan 21) For good measure, a First Anniversary Women's March Rally was scheduled to take place on Sunday at Dallas City Hall Plaza.[20][626]
Denton 800[627] Denton Courthouse Square
Jan. 21 El Paso 500[628] Centennial Plaza at University of Texas at El Paso - San Jacinto Plaza[629]
Fort Worth 5,000[91][630] Tarrant County Courthouse
Houston 20,000+[631] Thousands once again participated in the half-mile walk from Buffalo Bayou Water Works Building to Houston City Hall. The turnout was almost as high as 2017's inaugural crowd of 22,000.[632] Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner was joined by his predecessor Annise Parker and police chief Art Acevedo.[620] US Reps Al Green and Sheila Jackson Lee called in via speakerphone from Washington, DC, where most of Congress was struggling to deal with the government shutdown.
Huntsville 65[38] town square
Lubbock 350[633] Tim Cole Memorial Park[20] / intersection of 19th Street and University Avenue
Midland 25-50[634] Dozens gatehred in front of Claydesta Plaza,[635] at cthe orner of Wadley Ave and Big Spring St.[20]
Nacogdoches 100+[636] County Courthouse
Palestine event planned: Farmer's Market - Anderson County Courthouse[637]
San Antonio 500[638] Hosted by at least eight different organizations, including Texas 23rd District Indivisibles.[639] Protesters gathered in front of San Fernando Cathedral, and marched past the Paul Elizondo Tower and City Hall before returning to Main Plaza.[638]
Waco 350[640] Event held[148] at Heritage Square[20][641]
Jan. 20 & 21 Weatherford (Jan 20) Parker County Democratic Headquarters served as a meeting point for carpooling to the Fort Worth march[642] (Jan 21) A town hall meeting was scheduled for US Representative and Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke (TX-16),[643] but he was stuck in Washington, DC along with many other members of Congress during the government shutdown.
Wichita Falls dozens[644] Wichita Falls Women's March 2018;[645] Sikes Lake - Parker Square Shopping Center[20]
 Utah Logan hundreds[646] Historic Cache County Courthouse[647] Democratic Senate candidate Jenny Wilson was present.
Ogden 200+[648] Ogden Municipal Gardens
Park City 1,000[649] There were hundreds of women at the Respect Rally in Park City, in conjunction with the Sundance Film Festival. Rapper Common wowed the crowd by performing "The Day the Women Took Over." Featured speakers were Jane Fonda, Gloria Allred, Kathryn Hahn, Nick Offerman, Maria Bello, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Tessa Thompson, Chloë Grace Moretz, Elle Fanning and Lena Waithe.[650] Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski also spoke to the crowd, as did Democratic Senate candidate Jenny Wilson.
 Vermont Brattleboro ~100[651] Gathering in Solidarity; Pliny Park - Main and High Streets[652]
Jan. 21 Manchester dozens The Large Roundabout[653]
Montpelier 3,000[654] March For Our Future, Montpelier City Hall - Statehouse lawn[655]
 Virginia Bristol 75-100[601] Bristol Virginessee Women's March,[602] Bristol Sign; in proximity to Bristol, Tennessee
Independence / Galax / Hillsville One march in Virginia went eastward through three cities, over a distance of 27 miles: The first leg started at 10 am at the Historic 1908 Courthouse in Independence, hosted by the Grayson County Sewing & Resistance Society;[656] around 12:30 pm, the second leg, hosted by Huddle Up Twin County, continued through the Diversity Center in Galax;[657] the final leg, also hosted by Huddle Up Twin County, stretched into Hillsville and arrived at Carter Pines Community Park Labyrinth, around 4 pm.[658]
Jan. 21 Norfolk 800+[659] (Jan 21) - The Hampton Roads Women's March Forward and "Girls Take Granby" kick-off rally started at noon in front of the Decker Half Moon Cruise Terminal in Town Point Park, and marched down Granby St to the Federal Courthouse and back.[660] Two counter-protesters, one of whom was from Charlottesville, held up homemade signs in support of Donald Trump.[659]
Richmond 1,000[661] - 3,000[662] Women's March RVA, at Martin's in Carytown. Recently elected Governor Ralph Northam joined event organizers in leading the march.[662]
Roanoke thousands[663] Thousands of demonstrators marched in the afternoon from Elmwood Park amphitheater (capacity of over 4,000) through downtown Roanoke.[663]
Williamsburg 2,000[664] Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse, Duke of Gloucester St. The number of people present was almost three times that of 2017 (700 people).[664]
 Washington Jan. 19 Anacortes[665] 1,500[666] Depot Arts & Community Center[667] - Commercial Avenue to Third Street & back
Bellingham 2,000 - 2,500[668] At Bellingham City Hall, about 2,000 to 2,500 people marched with many carrying signs referencing "immigration, sexual assault/harassment, President Donald Trump and the White House, women's rights, LGBTQ and minority rights, healthcare, environmental issues." It was sponsored by Women Marching for Unity, Equity, Justice, and Humanity to commemorate the anniversary of the 2017 historic march which drew 10,000 citizens into the streets.[668][669]
Eastsound 100[670] Orcas Island; Waterfront Park - Village Green[671]
Ellensburg 200-300[672] Kittitas County Courthouse
Friday Harbor 1,000[673] Island Women's March; San Juan County Courthouse[674]
Kenmore march planned at Kenmore City Hall[675]
Longview 200-250[676] Longview Civic Circle[677] - R.A. Long Park
Moses Lake 100[678] Moses Lake Surf n Slide Water Park
Mount Vernon 450[665] Pine Square
Ocean Shores 150-200[679] Ocean Shores Convention Center
Olympia 8,000[680] Thousands turned out for a rally at the Capitol in Olympia (8,000, according to Washington State Patrol spokesman Kyle Moore),[680] followed by a march around Capitol Lake. State Rep. Laurie Jinkins (D-Tacoma) spoke to the crowd.[681]
Omak[225] 400[682] Omak Civic League Park
Port Townsend 4,000[683] A colorful and boisterous crowd gathered peacefully at Quimper Mercantile on Water Street and walked five blocks to Pope Marine Park
Jan. 21 Richland 1,000[684] John Dam Plaza. About 1,000 marchers braved chilly, damp weather.
Jan. 20 & 21 Seattle 25,000 - 90,000[685] (Jan 20) Tens of thousands marched[686] in the Womxn's March 2.0 on Seattle[687] from Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center. Members of the group Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) helped lead the march and spoke about the violence faced by Native American women in particular. Seattle's first female mayor in nearly a century, Jenny Durkan (D), issued a call to combat racism & sexism at all levels, including the White House; State Rep Kristine Reeves (D-Federal Way) also spoke. US Rep Pramila Jayapal was unable to speak as planned due to the ongoing budget battle in Washington, D.C.[685] (Jan 21) The Womxn Act on Seattle consisted of training, workshops and lectures offered by about 90 organizations around the city.[688]
Shoreline 150+[689][690] grassy area near Walgreens, east side of Aurora Ave & 175th St[691]
Jan. 21 Spokane 6,000[692] - 6,500[693] Spokane Convention Center. In its second year, the Spokane Women's March – now called the Spokane Women's Persistence March - had about 2,000 fewer participants than in 2017 but showed no less spunk. Gathered at the Red Wagon in Riverfront Park, marchers assembled by the hundreds until the sea of people – mostly women – got so large it spilled out onto Spokane Falls Boulevard.[692]
Jan. 21 Vancouver event planned at Water Resources Education Center—Bruce E Hagensen Community Room,[20] and hosted by SW Washington Coalition Action Network[694]
Walla Walla ~ 2,500[695] First Congregational Church - Alder Street[696]
Yakima 800+[697] Millennium Plaza
 West Virginia Beckley ~75[698] Shoemaker Square. State Sen. Richard Ojeda spoke to the almost all female crowd[698]
Charleston 100[699] The Voter's March and March for Impeachment was held at the West Virginia Capitol. Later in the afternoon, marchers came together for a Women's March anniversary part at Sam's Uptown Café
Jan. 21 Morgantown hundreds[700] The first Morgantown Women's March was held at WVU Mountainlair Student Union rally, titled "Handmaid's Protest - Women's March Still Strong One Year Later"; Mountaineers for Progress[701]
 Wisconsin Eau Claire 300-400[702] rally at Phoenix Park, march to Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Green Bay nearly 400[703] YWCA Greater Green Bay (Cowles Auditorium)
Janesville 89[38] Janesville, WI Post Office[704][705]
Milwaukee 1,500[706] - 3,000[707] Women, men and children gathered on the Milwaukee County Courthouse square for the second annual Women's March "to protest the policies of President Donald Trump and urge voters to take control of Congress from Republicans in 2018."[706] March organizer Sarah Pearson & state Sen. Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee) addressed the crowd.
Minocqua 200[708] St. Matthias' Episcopal Church[709]
Sauk City 100[710] Highway 12 bridge
Walworth 100+[711] Heyer Park / Walworth Square[712]
Wausau 300[713] Event held at 400 Block[714]
 Wyoming Casper 350[715] Beech St. Plaza (at Second & Beech) - The Lyric
Cheyenne 750 - 1,000[716] In spite of a potentially threatening Facebook post comment about the Cheyenne march (referring to explosives),[717] between 750 and 1,000 people gathered at the Cheyenne Depot Plaza and marched down Capitol Avenue to the Wyoming Supreme Court. Voting and electing more women into office was emphasized by numerous speakers, including: Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Throne; state Rep Cathy Connolly (D-Laramie); state Rep James W. Byrd (D-Cheyenne); and march organizer Sara Burlingame, who announced her plans to run for Byrd's seat in the 44th House district[716] (Byrd would later announce his candidacy for Wyoming Secretary of State).[718]
Jan. 21 Cody 300+[719] Marches gathered in Cody's City Park to promote gender equality. Mayor Matt Hall spoke to the crowd; musician Garret Randolph played folk songs.[720]
Jackson Hole 300+[721] Over 300 people met at Home Ranch Visitor Center and marched in downtown Jackson.[721]
Laramie 93[38] Wyoming Art Party gathered at The Laramie Plains Civic Center for a caravan to the 2018 Wyoming march in Cheyenne.[722]
Pinedale[717] 60[723] Rocky Mountain Bank parking lot, 145 E. Pine St[3]

Worldwide[edit]

Listed below are marches outside the United States in support of the 2018 Women's March.

North America[edit]

In Canada there were at least 38 rallies[724] held on January 20.[725]

Country Prov. Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Canada AB Calgary Calgary Women's March Out front (38906724675).jpg 3,500[726] Thousands of inter-generational marchers walked from Bankers Hall to Calgary City Hall carrying hand-made signs with slogans such as "Time's Up", calling for "equality, community and hope."[727] Organizers of the 2018 March, Ashley Bristowe and Adora Nwofor, said it was "not only about politics or social justice...[but] about being connected to your community."[728][729]
Edmonton 1,000[730] Hundreds of people packed the grounds of the Alberta Legislature; March On Edmonton Collective[731]
BC Chilliwack[732] 150[733] Women's March Fraser Valley Event; Ann Davis HQ - Chilliwack City Hall[734]
Courtenay[735] hundreds[736]
Grand Forks 100[737] Gyro Park - Resource Centre
Kamloops 150+[738] Sandman Centre
Kelowna 20[739] Kelowna City Hall
Nanaimo[735] 1,000+[740] Maffeo Sutton Park
Roberts Creek 150-200[741] protest held outside the Gumboot Cafe[742]
Salmon Arm 80[743] Salmon Arm City Hall - Highway 1 - Ross Street Plaza[744]
Salt Spring Island 300[745] Salt Spring Island - streets of Ganges[746]
Vancouver 2,000[732] - 5,000[733] march at Jack Poole Plaza, 10am-1pm; a downpour did not deter the crowd[747]
Victoria 1,300+[748] Centennial Square - Government Street - legislature[735]
MB Winnipeg hundreds[749] City Hall
NB Fredericton[750] 130[751] rally held at Fredericton City Hall (397 Queen St)[752]
Saint John[750] 159[753] event planned at Queen Square, South End
NL North West River 11 event planned at North West River Beach
St. John's[750] 67 event planned at St. John's City Hall
NS Halifax 400[750] Halifax's Grand Parade. The women's march in Halifax was roiled by divisions, as members of an offshoot event showed up to call for the recognition of marginalized groups after some people said they felt unsafe at the 2017 gathering.[754]
Sandy Cove 31[755] half the town's population marched
ON Hamilton 270[756] Women's March Forward Summit was held at Hamilton City Hall,[757] followed by an outdoor rally[758]
Huntsville 125+[759] Women's March Muskoka; Huntsville Place Mall - River Mill Park
Kitchener hundreds[760] Kitchener City Hall - Kitchener Market
London hundreds[761] Victoria Park (NW corner), 580 Clarence St[757][762][763]
Ottawa 6,000 - 8,000[764] march from Parliament Hill to Bronson Centre
Stratford 51 Stratford City Hall[757]
St. Catharines 59 Niagara Women March On; Mahtay Café & Lounge[757]
Sudbury 200[765] Bell Park, York Street parking, corner of Paris St & York St[757]
Thunder Bay 100+[766] Ka-Na-Chi-Hih Centre, 1700 Dease Street - McIntyre River Bridge
Toronto thousands[767] "Defining Our Future" Nathan Phillips Square, 12pm. The march started at Queen's Park and ended at Toronto City Hall[768]
Wiarton 26 315 George St, South Bruce Peninsula[757]
Windsor 500+[769] The crowd gathered at City Hall Square about 11 a.m. for speeches before marching along University Avenue and Ouellette Avenue to the giant Canadian flag at the riverfront.[770]
Woodstock 34 Woodstock Museum National Historic Site[757]
PE Charlottetown PEI March for Equality; Grafton Street side of the Coles Building
QC Montreal 500[771] Hundreds gathered outside Place des Arts Saturday
SK Regina hundreds[772] (first ever) Regina Women's March, organized by the local YWCA
Saskatoon 400[773] Hundreds of Saskatoon residents made their way down to River Landing Saturday to voice support for women's rights
YT Whitehorse ~100[774] Main Administration Building[775]
 Costa Rica Mar. 8 San José hundreds[776] Costa Rica's Women's March 2018 was held on International Women's Day; hundreds marched by the Parque Central. One person of concern to many protesters was Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz, an evangelical preacher and presidential candidate of the National Restoration Party, a right-wing Christian party.[776]
 Mexico Mexico City

South America[edit]

Country Date Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Argentina Buenos Aires[777] 100[778] 100 people gathered outside the US Embassy in Argentina for the one year anniversary of the International Women's March
 Brazil Brasília
 Chile Santiago
 Colombia Bogotá[779]
Jan. 20 Medellín Medellin Museum of Modern Art (MAMM)
 Ecuador Quito[6]
 Peru Lima

Europe[edit]

Country Date Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Austria Vienna
 Belgium Brussels 2,000
 Croatia Zagreb
 Czech Republic Prague
 Denmark Copenhagen
 Finland Helsinki
 France Jan. 21 Auvillar[780]
Bordeaux
Jan. 21 Grenoble gathering of Americans planned near the Musée de Grenoble[780]
Jan. 21 Lyon rally planned at Place des Terreaux[780]
Marseille
Montpellier
Nice
Jan. 21 Paris hundreds[774] (Jan 21) A 2:30 pm event was scheduled at the Trocadéro.[780] Hundreds gathered under the Eiffel Tower in the rain, chanting, "This is what democracy looks like." They carried umbrellas as well as posters to protest "sexual misconduct and discrimination against women."[781]
Strasbourg
Jan. 21 Toulouse A #MeToo gathering invited women and men to La Maison d'à Côté, a tea salon, organized by Democrats Abroad France.[780]
 Germany Berlin 500[782] About 500 people - including Americans, Germans, Palestinians, Israelis and Finnish citizens - turned up at a rally near the iconic Brandenburg Gate, waving banners against xenophobia and misogyny
Bonn
Düsseldorf
Frankfurt[783]
Hamburg
Heidelberg c. 500[784] About 500 people marched from Friedrich-Ebert-Platz and proceeding along the Hauptstrasse to Rathausplatz/Marktplatz in the center of the city's Old Town. Marchers walked for justice, security and freedom of expression and against populism and xenophobia. #metoo marked this year's demonstration.[784][785]
Munich 300+[786] "Women's March to the Polls" was held on Saturday; started at Siegestor and ended at Marienplatz. Vote from Abroad would also be registering Americans for absentee ballots
 Greece Jan. 21 Athens[774] Syntagma Square - US Embassy.[787]
 Hungary Budapest
 Iceland Reykjavík
 Ireland Galway
Dublin
 Italy Florence
Rome[774] hundreds dozens of activists gathered in Rome, at Piazza Santissimi Apostoli, to denounce violence against women and express support for the #MeToo movement.[788] They were joined by Italian actress and director Asia Argento, who made headlines in 2017 after alleging she had been sexually assaulted by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein in the 1990s. Rosabell Laurenti Sellers was also scheduled to come.
 Kosovo Pristina
 Latvia Riga
 Lithuania Vilnius
 Netherlands Amsterdam
The Hague
 Norway Bergen[789]
Jan. 21 Oslo Oslo Women's March IMG 4261 (38919091635).jpg 1,000[789] Youngstorget - parliament building[790]
Stavanger[789]
 Poland Gdańsk
Kraków
Warsaw
 Portugal Lisbon
Porto
 Serbia Belgrade
 Spain Jan. 21 Barcelona Event planned in Plaça de la Virreina from 4pm to 8pm.[791][792]
Granada
Madrid hundreds[793] Madrid Resistance organized its rally on Sunday afternoon, drawing hundreds of women in Madrid to the Plaza de Isabel II to protest the Trump presidency, domestic and sexual violence, and the wage gap; "Grab 'em by the patriarchy"
Seville[6]
 Sweden Jan. 21 Stockholm[774] Amanda Ooms in 2018.jpg 1,000[794] Norrmalmstorg - Humlegården
  Switzerland Zurich[795]
 United Kingdom Bristol few dozen Castle Park - Broadnead and the Centre - College Green[796]
Edinburgh
Lancaster
Leeds
Liverpool
Jan. 21 London thousands[797] In heavy sleet and rain, thousands of people (mostly women) marched from Downing Street (outside Prime Minister Theresa May's office) past the Monument to the Women of World War II carrying slogans and chanting "Time's up" and "We want justice not revenge."[797] Women's rights activist Helen Pankhurst (great-granddaughter of British suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst) spoke to the rally.[797]
Manchester
Southampton
York

Africa[edit]

Country Date Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Ghana Accra[798] Womens March Ghana 2018-6.jpg 17
 Kenya Nairobi[777] US Embassy
 Malawi Lilongwe
 Nigeria Jos
 South Africa Cape Town
Durban
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam
 Togo Lomé thousands[779] Women dressed in black marched through Lomé calling for an end to the dictatorship of Faure Gnassingbé whose presidency was passed on from father to son.[799]
 Uganda Kampala[783]
 Zambia Lusaka[6] Marchers sought to raise awareness about gender-based violence, including harassment.[779]

Asia[edit]

Country Date Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 China Beijing[777]
 Georgia Tbilisi
 Hong Kong Hong Kong
 India Jan. 21 Bangalore Central Library, Cubbon Park[800]
Jan. 21 Hyderabad Public Gardens, Nampally[800]
Jan. 21 Jammu[800]
Jan. 21 Kolkata[800]
Jan. 21 Mumbai Shivaji Park / outside Love and Latte, Lokhandwala back road[800]
Jan. 21 Nagpur[800]
New Delhi[800]
Jan. 21 Pune MG Road[800]
 Indonesia Yogyakarta
Jakarta
 Iraq Erbil
 Israel Tel Aviv
 Japan Osaka[783]
Jan. 19 Tokyo Akasaka Kumin Center
 Jordan Amman
 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek[6]
 Lebanon Beirut
 Macau Macau
 Myanmar (Burma) Yangon (Rangoon)
 Philippines Manila
 South Korea Seoul
 Taiwan Mar. 8 Taipei Women's March in Taipei, March 8, 2018.jpg 200-300 In Taipei city, a march took place on March 8, International Women's Day, starting at Liberty Square and finishing at the Red Room International Village, with participation including Taiwanese legislator, Yu Mei-Nu and Taipei Women's Rescue Foundation. Hundreds carried slogans in heavy rain for more than 4 km to "Fight Invisible Discrimination and March for Equality." A Celebrating Women event, including art exhibition, speeches, and workshops took place after the march.[801]
 Thailand Bangkok[779]

Oceania[edit]

State Date Cities Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Australia Jan. 21 Brisbane hundreds[802] Hundreds took part in Brisbane's central business district (CBD) carrying signs and chanting
Canberra
Jan. 21 Melbourne 500[803] Alexandra Gardens - banks of the Yarra[804]
Jan. 21 Sydney 1,500+[805] In lieu of a march, more than 1,500 people linked arms in a chain and chanted, "We are unbroken" in Sydney's Hyde Park.[805]
 Fiji Suva 40[806] Fiji Women's Crisis Centre
 New Zealand Auckland
Dunedin
Wellington[6] 350[807] Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa (National Library of New Zealand)

Locations[edit]

The 2018 Women's Marches took place in many cities, towns and villages around the world since January 20, 2018.

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