List of 2019 Women's March locations

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This is an incomplete list of the 2019 Women's March events, most of which took place on January 19, 2019, some on January 20 or later (as noted), and a few before (also as noted).

United States[edit]

Listed below are the marches in the U.S. in support of, or independent of, the 2019 Women's March.

Photo Approximate attendance Notes
WDC Women's March 2019-8 (46820447491).jpg 100,000 Organizers submitted a permit application estimating up to 500,000 participants even though it was widely expected that the turnout would be smaller. The original location was at the National Mall, but a forecast of snow and freezing rain, plus a lack of plow service from the National Park Service due to the government shutdown, forced organizers on Thursday to change the march's location and route to Freedom Plaza, 1455 Pennsylvania Ave NW.[1]
State Date Cities Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Alabama Andalusia Andalusia's first Women's March was planned to take place around Andalusia Court Square, with at least 10 people signing up on Facebook.[2]
Mar. 23 Birmingham 50+ Birmingham's 2nd Women's March, which attracted dozens of people, began and ended at A.H. Parker High School, on the city's west side, because of its proximity to both the Smithfield Community and “Dynamite Hill,” where Dr. Angela Davis and other civil rights leaders hailed from.[3] Organizers specifically set the date of March 23 apart from the 2019 National Women's March in January.[4] Gun control groups, Planned Parenthood, and other women's health organizations were stationed outside the school at informational booths.[3] The inclusive march was set up in response to both the Thanksgiving night shooting of Emantic “E.J.” Bradford and controversy over the recent decision by the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to strip Davis of a prestigious award (due to past comments she made criticizing Israeli policy).[4]
Mentone pavilion behind the Mentone Inn on AL-117
Jan. 26 Montgomery few dozen[5] Dozens of people met at the Court Square Fountain on Dexter Ave and marched to the steps of the Capital Bldg. The march & rally was organized by Montgomery Pride United (MPU), which fights for women's and LGBT rights. The marchers were met by counter-protesters who yelled anti-gay and anti-abortion slogans.[6]
 Alaska Anchorage[7] 0 No 2019 women's march was planned for Anchorage, and organizers of the city's 2018 march, which drew an estimated 3,000 demonstrators, seemed to be unclear on why.[7] As for Alaska's other cities & towns, about 1,000 women altogether participated this year (a precipitous drop from participation in past years)[8]
Bethel 40+[9] Yupiit Piciryaraitat Cultural Center (during the K300 sled dog race)
Fairbanks 200+[10] Cowles & Airport - Ryan Middle School
Homer 500[11] Participants met at the Homer Education and Recreation (HERC) Parking lot, and marched down Pioneer Avenue to WKFL Park Gazebo
Juneau Women's March Juneau 18.jpg 650[7][8] Capitol Building - Centennial Hall. Participants dressed in red in solidarity with Native women who have gone missing or been killed. State Rep Sara Hannan & US Senate candidate and Democrat Jesse Kiehl attended the Juneau march.[8]
Nome 25-30[7] Subway parking lot. In this event, both pro-choice and pro-life people marched side by side, with respective signs and without conflict.[7]
Seward event planned at Rae Building (Third and Railway)[12]
Sitka 350[13] Crescent Harbor Shelter - St. Michael's Orthodox Cathedral. Hundreds gathered and marched in solidarity of Alaska Native women, who have reported rates of domestic violence up to 10 times higher than in the rest of the United States.[13]
Valdez dozen(?) Egon Drive; Valdez High School students led the march[14]
 Arizona Flagstaff 500[15] Flagstaff City Hall; Together We Will Northern Arizona (TWWNAZ). US Rep Tom O'Halleran showed up[15]
Jan. 20 Kingman 20[16] Locomotive Park; Women's March Mohave County 2019
Payson 150[17] The Payson Women's March met at Big Lots Parking Lot and headed west on State Rte 260. A counter-protest was held by the Payson Tea Party and Republican Club at the corner of Beeline Highway and Main St[17]
Phoenix 6,700[18] Arizona State Capitol; theme: "Rising Together." The one-mile loop march was led by Indigenous women.
Prescott 1,000+[19] The Courthouse Square; Yavapai County Women March On
Sedona 500[20] People from all over the Verde Valley met at the National Bank of Arizona and marched a mile along State Route 89A to Vino Di Sedona. Sedona Mayor Sandy Moriarty spoke at the end rally.[20]
Jan. 20 Tucson 5,000[21] Jacome Plaza at Joel D. Valdez main library. Tohono O'odham and indigenous women led the march around the Plaza[22]
 Arkansas Feb. 2 Fayetteville hundreds The Northwest Arkansas (NWA) Women's March was held at Fayetteville Square on Saturday, February 2 (postponed from January 19 due to winter weather).[23] Mayor Lioneld Jordan declared February 2 the official Women's March Day in Fayetteville.[24]
Little Rock hundreds[25] Hundreds met at the Arkansas State Capitol for the 9th Annual Rally for Reproductive Justice (moved inside due to weather). Hundreds would meet again at the capital Sunday for the annual March for Life.[25]
 California Bakersfield 3,500+[26] The 3rd Women's March Kern County rally took place in Central Park at Mill Creek; US Rep TJ Cox, City Council member Andrae Gonzales & Assembly member Rudy Salas were all in attendance[27]
Chico hundreds[28] Chico Downtown Plaza. In addition to feminism and indigenous rights, the rally also addressed climate change & environmental advocacy, as attendance was slightly affected by the November 2018 Camp Fire devastation of Paradise, CA.[29]
Eureka 900[30] Original march cancelled w/in a month of January 19 over concerns that its participants would be “overwhelmingly white”.[31] Former Eureka city council member Linda Atkins committed to a new march (Madaket Plaza 1st & C Streets), in spite of suffering a heart attack over the weekend of January 12 and being threatened with boycotts by the original march organizers
Fort Bragg[32] 37[33] Fort Bragg Town Hall
Fresno[34] 3,000[35] 234 E. Nees Ave. The organizer of the Fresno march estimated the turnout to be around 3,000 people, based on Facebook event interest.[35] The event was countered by a dozen Trump supporters on the sidelines waving "Trump 2020" flags"[36]
Hemet 60[37] Gibbel Park - Denny’s Restaurant
Lakeport 60+[38] outside the Lakeport Courthouse (in the rain)
Long Beach Demonstrators from Long Beach mostly went to the rally in Los Angeles, via charter buses at Harvey Milk Promenade Park and Michelle Obama Public Library.[39]
Los Angeles Women's March LA 2019 (32930193258).jpg 200,000[40] - 250,000[41] About 200,000 people marched in Los Angeles from Pershing Square, to Grand Park and the City Hall. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, US Rep Katie Hill & and State Sen Maria Elena Durazo (D-Los Angeles) were present.[40] Actress and filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom (who, as the spouse of newly elected Governor of California Gavin Newsom, picked the title "First Partner" over "First Lady"), spoke about pay inequality for women and a lack of diversity across all industries.[40][42] Other celebrity supporters included Anjelica Huston, Sarah Hyland, Laverne Cox, singers Lance Bass, Raja Kumari & Ingrid Michaelson, Connie Britton, Evan Rachel Wood, Lea Thompson, Ricki Lake and Marisa Tomei.[42][43] Sculptor Kristen Visbal spoke next to her creation Fearless Girl.[44]
Modesto 400+[45] Briggsmore & McHenry Ave - Graceada Park Pavilion. Newly elected officials Rep Josh Harder & state Sen Anna Caballero, who both flipped their districts in the midterms, were present.[45]
Monterey 2,000[46] Colton House - Monterey Wharf - Custom House Plaza. Monterey Mayor Clyde Roberson spoke to the crowd.[47] With controversy brewing at Women's March, Inc over race & antisemitism, the 2019 Women's March Monterey Bay (WMMB) operated under the umbrella of Women's March California. One of the organizers, Vanessa Wruble, had been involved with the first 2017 Women's March, but was asked to leave shortly thereafter because of, as she claimed to the New York Times, her Jewish heritage. Wruble later co-founded March On, an organization that provides support and guidance to women-led groups across the country, with an estimated half of Saturday's 2019 sister marches getting help from said organization.[48]
Napa thousands[49] City Hall - criminal courthouse near 3rd & Main Streets. US Rep Mike Thompson was present[49]
Nevada City 100[50] Robinson Plaza - Nevada City Winery
Oakland 8,000 - 10,000[51] Lake Merritt Amphitheater (morning) - Frank Ogawa Plaza. The march drew between 8,000 and 10,000 (down from 60,000 - 70,000 in 2018).[51] Rep Barbara Lee[52] spoke at the Lake Merritt before she whisked across the bay to address demonstrators in San Francisco[53]
Oceanside 1,000[54] Oceanside Public Library / Civic Center
Palm Springs hundreds Frances Stevens Park - Palm Canyon Drive; 2019 Coachella Valley Women's March[55]
Pleasanton 800[56] Amador Valley High School; first Tri-Valley Women's March
Petaluma 500[57] Walnut Park
Redding 500[58] Some 500 people walked along Cypress Ave (in the rain & cold) from Redding City Hall; less than 2 miles away, another 125 people in favor of a border wall stood at the intersection of Cypress Ave & Hilltop Drive
Redondo Beach 300[59] - 400[60] Ruby's Diner (north end of Ruby's Parking Lot) - Catalina - rally at Veteran's Park
Riverside 4,000[59] Historic Riverside Courthouse; Inland Empire Women's March
Sacramento 10,000[41] Southside Park - California State Capitol
San Diego 20,000[61] Waterfront Park / County Administration Center
San Francisco Women’s March SF (31886528457).jpg 30,000[57] 60,000 people were expected at Civic Center Plaza;[51] only half of that number reportedly turned out.[57] Also, donations fell $20,000 short of paying for the basic costs of the march.[57] Present at the rally were San Francisco Mayor London Breed,[52] US Rep Barbara Lee[52][62] and newly reelected US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi[42][63]
San Jose 20,000[51][64] San Jose City Hall Plaza - Arena Green East[57]
San Luis Obispo 3,000 - 5,000[65] Mitchell Park; Women's March SLO 2019 #TruthToPower
San Mateo 100[66] Downtown San Mateo, 300 S. El Camino Real. The rally (without a march) was co-sponsored by San Mateo Peace Action (SMPA) and the Raging Grannies Action League[66]
Santa Ana 15,000[59] Orange County Women's March assembled at the corner of W. Civic Center Dr. and N. Flower St in downtown Santa Ana. State Sen. Connie Leyva & US Reps Katie Porter & Harley Rouda were present[67]
Santa Barbara 3,000[68] De La Guerra Plaza; Women's March 2019: Truth to Power. State Sen Hannah-Beth Jackson addressed the crowd[69]
Santa Cruz 20,000[70] Pacific Ave & Cathcart St - Santa Cruz courthouse. Santa Cruz Women's March organizer Cynthia Hawthorne said there were an estimated 20,000 marchers in attendance in Santa Cruz, less than the city's record 30,000 participants from 2018, but inspiring nonetheless.[70]
Santa Maria 300[71] Buena Vista Park - Minami Park; Santa Maria's first ever Women's March. US Rep Salud Carbajal spoke[72]
Santa Rosa 4,500[73] Old Courthouse Square[74]
Sonoma 1,000[75] New Mayor of Sonoma Amy Harrington led the marchers around Sonoma Plaza[75]
Sonora event planned at Courthouse Park[76]
Stockton hundreds Downtown Stockton held its first ever Women's March. One Women's Love Movement and the Younger Women's Task Force organized the march so people wouldn't have to travel as far as Sacramento to make their voices heard.[77]
Ukiah 250[32] Alex Thomas Plaza[78]
Vallejo hundreds Vallejo's Ferry Building - Decades, 350 Georgia St. Vallejo Mayor Bob Sampayan spoke[79] and Vallejo Poet Laureate D.L. Lang[79] gave the invocation.[80]
Ventura 500 - 700[81] Plaza Park Ventura. Police estimated 500-700 were on hand, although some thought the crowd may have exceeded 1,000 (only half the number from 2018). US Rep Julia Brownley spoke[81]
Visalia 300[82] Oval Park
Walnut Creek thousands[83] Women's March Contra Costa took place at Civic Park Community Center. Walnut Creek police removed a male counter-protester for disrupting the event on stage following US Rep Mark DeSaulnier's speech to the crowd[84]
 Colorado Alamosa Richardson & Highway 160 - McDaniel Hall[85][86]
Aspen 60[87] Paepcke Park, atop Aspen Mountain; called "the highest elevation march" in the US [87]
Boulder 18[88] Frasier Meadows Women's March; event planned at 375 Pawnee Drive[89]
Broomfield 100+[90] Community Park Amphitheater; Broomfield Women's March/Martin Luther King Walk
Colorado Springs 1,300[91] City Hall - All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church; COS Womxn's March 2019 "Today we march, tomorrow we work!"
Cortez 300[92] Cortez City Park
Denver 80,000[93][94] Civic Center Park; Official Womxn's March Denver 2019. The new spelling of "Women's" with an "x" reflects the need for inclusion of LGBT people in the movement.[95] Despite controversies the overall movement has faced, 80,000 protesters turned up for the Womxn's March in Denver (down from 100,000 in 2018)[94]
Durango 500[96] Train Station - Buckley Park
Grand Junction hundreds Mesa County Old Courthouse - Rood Avenue[97]
Greeley 200[98] Greeley held two events: the Greeley Women's Resistance March at Weld County Countyhouse steps, & the Greeley Women's March Day Celebration at Lincoln Park. Trish Zornio, a scientist from the Colorado town of Superior, announced her bid to seek a Democratic nomination for US Senate in 2020, against Republican incumbent Cory Gardner[99]
Longmont 6th and Main Plaza; Unity Rally (post-Womxn's March)
Montrose 500[100] Montrose Town Square, Demoret Park - Centennial Plaza
Pueblo hundreds[91] Pueblo County Courthouse[101]
Steamboat Springs 100[102] Bud Werner Memorial Library - Routt County Courthouse
Telluride hundreds[103] San Miguel County Courthouse[104] - Elks Park[105]
Trinidad 11[106] intersection of Main St and Santa Fe Trail
Vail 30[107] Vail Valley Women's March; Vail Covered Bridge
 Connecticut East Haddam 79[108] Two Wrasslin' Cats coffee house[109]
Hartford 2,500 - 3,000[110] Corning Fountain in Bushnell Park - Capitol North Steps. Supporters & speakers included Gov. Ned Lamont, his wife Ann Lamont, Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz, US Rep Jahana Hayes & US Sen Richard Blumenthal[111]
Kent[112] Town Hall, Kent Green
Pomfret 40[113] Junction Rtes 169 & 44, opposite Vanilla Bean Café
 Delaware Lewes[114] Lewes School / Sussex Consortium
Newark 200+[114] Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark
 Florida Jan. 20 Daytona Beach 175[115] intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Beach Street - Broadway Bridge
Jan. 27 Florida City Covenant Missionary Baptist Church; Women's March Miami[116]
Jan. 20 Fort Myers 400[117][118] Centennial Park - Lee County Courthouse. US Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who refused to participate in the 2019 Washington March, spoke at this one instead.[118]
Gulfport 50-100[119] Courtyard - Vintage Small Bites; First Annual Women's March on Gulfport[120]
Jacksonville 200+[121] Hemming Park - Supervisor of Elections office; Women's Wave Jax
Key West hundreds Duval Street - Mallory Square[122]
Melbourne hundreds[123] Eau Gallie Causeway; Brevard Women's March 2019
Jan. 19 & 27 Miami Women's March Miami 2019 planned two events on separate dates: (Jan 19) Bayfront Park;[124] (Jan 27) Covenant Missionary Baptist Church (Florida City)[116]
Naples 197[125] Broad Ave & Fort Street South - Cambier Park; Collier County Women's March & Rally. Naples Mayor Bill Barnett was present[126]
Orlando hundreds[127] Lake Eola Park; Truth to Power Florida; This sister march took place alongside the Martin Luther King parade.[128] The rally drew a handful of counter-protesters, who briefly interrupted the speakers with shouting over megaphones.[129]
Panama City dozens[130] Carl Grey Park - Hathaway Bridge;[131] (Jan 20) Panama City Beach
Pensacola hundreds[132] City Hall - Seville Square[133]
St. Augustine hundreds[134] Davis Park - Castillo De San Marcos; event hosted by Women's March St. Johns.[135] Activist Dorothy Pitman Hughes spoke[42]
Jan. 20 St Petersburg event planned;[136] 3500 Pinellas Bayway
Sarasota 600[137] Marina Jacks, Bayfront Park; Unconditional Surrender Statue - John Ringling Causeway Bridge. An estimated 600 people attended (down from more than 7,000 in 2018). The event might have not happened at all if it weren't for a Sarasota High School senior, Jasmine Graziela[120][138]
Tallahassee few hundred[139] Railroad Square Art District - Florida Capitol
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta 100+[140] Adair Park, Atlantia Beltline Westside Trail; KIPP Strive Academy - Atlanta Women's March to 2020. US Rep Lucy McBath, President & CEO of Planned Parenthood Southeast Staci Fox & former mayor of Columbus, GA Teresa Tomlinson spoke to the small crowd[140]
Augusta Augusta Commons Area
Gainesville 30[141] Eternal Flame monument, Roosevelt Sq - Waldorf & Wonder, inside Main St Market
Jan. 20 Savannah 104 East Harris St
Statesboro[142] event planned on East Main St.
 Hawaii Hilo several hundred[143] Hawaii State Building, Aupuni St
Honolulu An event for Honolulu was planned for the Jan 19–20, 2019 weekend
Kahului (Maui) 2,000[144] UH-Maui Campus - Front Lawn
Kailua-Kona 100+[145] Lanihau Center; "Scores came out" for the Kona Women's March
 Idaho Boise several hundred[146] Idaho State Capitol; 3rd annual Idaho Womxn's March / Socialist contingent at 6th & Bannock. Although 3,000 were expected at this year's march, it's unclear how many people attended. Former White House communications director Jennifer Palmieri & State Sen Cherie Buckner-Webb (D-Boise) spoke[147]
Idaho Falls 200[148] Idaho Falls Public Library Plaza; march across the Broadway Bridge. Idaho Falls Mayor Rebecca Casper spoke[149]
Ketchum ~50 Ketchum Town Square. State Rep Muffy Davis & State Senator Michelle Stennett were among those chosen to talk[150]
Moscow 1,000[151] East City Park - Women's March on the Palouse
Sandpoint 400 - 500[152] Sandpoint Middle School; N. Idaho Women's March
Twin Falls ~100[153] Event planned at 203 Main Avenue E
 Illinois Chicago 200[154] - 300[155] No Chicago 2019 women's rally was originally or officially planned[31] (at least not on the scale of 2017 or 2018), but marchers held a relatively small one anyway - the Young Women's March Rally at Federal Plaza, Adams & Dearborn (in snowy weather).
Carbondale 150[156] Carbondale Civic Center
Geneva 500[157] - 750[158] Old Kane County Courthouse / Geneva History Museum. State Rep Linda Chapa LaVia spoke at the rally, as did US Reps Lauren Underwood, Raja Krishnamoorthi, and Sean Casten, and Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns.
New Lenox 100[159] New Lenox Commons. US Rep Robin Kelly spoke
Mar. 9 Peoria hundreds[160] Gateway Park 200 Northeast Water St; the third annual Peoria Women's March was rescheduled from January, due to snowy weather, to March 9 (albeit with rainy weather).[160]
Rockford 270[161] Rockford City Market. US Rep Cheri Bustos spoke
Urbana Event planned at UIUC Main Quad
Woodstock 100[162] Woodstock Square Historic District
 Indiana Feb. 9 Fort Wayne 75[163] Allen County Court House[164] - Allen County Public Library[165]
Evansville An event was planned to be held at the University of Evansville[166]
Indianapolis few hundred[167] Monument Circle - American Legion Mall. The crowd, less than half the size of 2018's gathering, marched through rain and near freezing temperatures. Shelly Fitzgerald, a guidance counselor suspended from an Indianapolis Catholic school for being in a same-sex marriage, made a call for action at the Women's March in downtown Indy[168]
Jan. 20 Lafayette 0 Our Women's Wave march and rally was planned on Facebook to be held at Tippecanoe County Courthouse, but cancelled.
Richmond Event planned at Jack Elstro Plaza
 Iowa Decorah 0 Water Street Park next to Oneota Community Food Coop (canceled as of January 14)
Des Moines Women's March 2019 (31863388607).jpg hundreds[169] Des Moines Capitol; "It's Time to March Again" (although the event was limited to an indoor rally on a cold winter's day). US Senator & recent presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) addressed the crowd inside the capitol building. Other guest speakers included US Rep Cindy Axne[169]
Dubuque 125[170] event held at Steeple Square; hosted by Indivisible Dubuque. State Rep. Chuck Isenhart[170] and state Sen. Pam Jochum[171] spoke at the rally.
Iowa City 200[172] Downtown Pedestrian Mall, 201 Dubuque St
Mar. 10 Red Oak Legion Park; Southwest Iowa Women's March[173]
Jan. 20 Sioux City ~50 Sioux City Public Museum; Women Celebrating Women Event - the first women's event held in Sioux City (albeit not as a march). Newly elected state Senator Jackie Smith (D-IA) spoke at the meeting[174]
 Kansas Jan. 19 - 20 Lawrence Events planned in South Park on both Saturday[175][176] & Sunday[177]
Pittsburg 50 Downtown Pittsburg; organized by the Southeast Kansas chapter of the National Organization for Women (SEK NOW)[178]
Wichita hundreds Theme of gathering, "Claim Your Voice." Due to snow and ice, instead of marching from the Keeper of the Plains to rally at City Hall - as they have done the past two years - participants marched from City Hall to Wave, where speakers energized the crowd with political calls to action. Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly's election last November also helped motivate people to rally.[179]
 Kentucky Lexington several hundred[180] Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza, Fayette County. People marched with umbrellas in the rain
Jan. 27 Louisville hundreds[181] Hundreds braved the bitter cold at Muhammad Ali Center for the Louisville Women's Rally (a stand-alone event not affiliated with National Women's March).[182] Across from the center, a small group of counter-protesters with a loudspeaker made anti-abortion statements, which were drowned out by the rally's chants.[183]
Pikeville several dozen Pikeville City Park; people marched in spite of rain[184]
 Louisiana New Orleans 0 On December 29, 2018, The Baton Rouge chapter of NOW announced it would be canceling this march, owing to controversy over the Nation of Islam[31]
 Maine Augusta thousands[185] State Capital
Bangor 100+[186] Bangor Maine Womxn's March was held at West Market Square; another Bangor area women's march was held at Bangor Area Recovery Network at 142 Center St. in Brewer[186]
Bar Harbor[185] 270[187] Village Green Bar Harbor Maine
Bethel 35[188] Memorial Park - Crescent Park School[189]
Brunswick event planned at Maine Street Mall & Gazebo[190]
Eastport Shead High School front parking lot[191]
Machias The Dike at 100 Main St / Reynolds Center[192]
Portland 1,000[193] Congress Square Park - City Hall
Waterville 80[194] Central Mainers for Change held the Waterville Equality Rally on steps of City Hall
 Maryland Mar. 2 Annapolis 200[195] Postponed by weather, the Third Annual Annapolis Women's Unity March was rescheduled to International Women's Day (March 2), starting at the Civil Rights Foot Soldiers Memorial and ending at Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial.[196] Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley attended the rally.[195]
Baltimore hundreds[197] City Hall / War Memorial Plaza. Organizers expected about 2,000 people for the city's third annual women's march - far fewer than the estimated 2018 attendance of more than 10,000. Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addressed the crowd.[197]
Jan. 27 Frederick 300[198] Carroll Creek Linear Park
Ocean City 26[199] Ocean City Boardwalk near the Inlet
(Mar. 3) Westminster 0 The Carroll County Women's March 2019 (Locust Lane - across from Library) was first postponed by winter weather from January 20 to early March,[200] then cancelled altogether because of yet another winter storm.[201]
 Massachusetts Ayer 100[202][203] Ayer Town Hall[204]
Boston Boston Womens March 2019 We Can Do It Interview.jpg 10,000[205] Held at the Boston Common. Police estimated a minimum of 8,000, while organizers estimated as many as 45,000. A small group of Trump supporters stood near stage left, separated from the main crowd by police. US Rep. Ayanna Pressley spoke to the crowd.[42] Sen. Ed Markey was present,[206] but Sen. Elizabeth Warren was away due to a scheduling conflict.[207]
Falmouth dozen[208] Falmouth Village Green - Congregational Church
Lowell ~30 Ladd & Whitney Memorial / Mill No. 5; organized by Solidarity Lowell. US Rep. Lori Trahan spoke[209]
Martha's Vineyard 50[210] 5 Corners - Washington Park
New Bedford hundreds Women's March Southcoast met at Custom House Square, and marched along Acushnet Ave to downtown library on Pleasant St. New Bedford poet laureate Patricia Gomes & Dr. Kim Holland spoke to the crowd[211]
Northampton 1,000+[212] The march began at Sheldon Fields, with 400 people, and ended at Northampton City Hall steps, with 1,000 people[213]
Worcester Wave Riders of Worcester; event planned at Union Station[204]
 Michigan Jan. 26 Adrian 20[214] Lenawee County Courthouse
Mar. 16 Ann Arbor 1,500+[215] Women March On for Justice, hosted by Progressives at the University of Michigan and Women's March Ann Arbor, began at the Diag at the University of Michigan. Emceed by Morgan McCaul and Michael Briggs of the Progressives at UM, and Michelle Deatrick, Chair of Women's March Ann Arbor. The Ann Arbor Women's March began with poetry, this time by spoken word poet and University of Michigan student Arwa Gayar. Other speakers: Amy Benchich, Desirae Simmons, Lauren Fine, Michelle Elizabeth Brown, US Rep. Debbie Dingell, Ruby Schneider, Samara Tobey Jackson, Sanyu Lukwago & Toni Kayumi.[216] This event being held on March 16, a week after International Women's Day weekend, Rep. Dingell expressed sadness over the recent Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand the day before; hours after her remarks, a false-alarm “active shooter” scare on UM's campus caused a post-march vigil to end early in a panic as police came through the Diag.[215]
Detroit 1,000+[217] Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (indoor rally, apart from snowy weather). Speakers included US Sen Debbie Stabenow, US Reps Debbie Dingell, Andy Levin & newly elected Rashida Tlaib, & Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson[217]
Benton Harbor Benton Harbor/St. Joseph Women’s Unity March, which was to begin at Resiliency Plaza in Benton Harbor and make its way across the Blossomland Bridge, ending on the steps of the Berrien County Courthouse, was cancelled due to a snowstorm; organizers planned for a bigger event on March 16.[218]
Douglas (/Saugatuck) 200[219] Beery Baseball Field
Jan. 20 East Lansing 500[220] MSU Union Michigan State University - Hannah Administration Building. Newly elected Governor Gretchen Whitmer spoke to the rally (no march included). Just days before the event, former Gov. John Engler resigned as interim university president amid outrage over a series of comments he made about the Larry Nassar sexual assault scandal.[220]
Grand Rapids 200 - 500 Calder Plaza (La Grand Vitesse). As the march was underway along snowy roads, witnesses reported (and captured on camera) a car lurching into the back of the crowd, posing a danger of running people over. The driver's intent remained unclear to either police or citizens, as no one was injured.[221]
Holland 400[219] Centennial Park; Holland Women's March preceded by March for Life[222]
Harrisville dozen Alcona Coffee shop - shore of Lake Huron[223]
Jan. 20 Houghton / Hancock 80[224] Bridgeview Park - Portage Lake Lift Bridge
Kalamazoo 200[225] Bronson Park
Marquette hundreds[226] Marquette Commons - post office
Traverse City few hundred Protesters gathered at Workshop Brewing, and marched through Front Street and back again[227]
 Minnesota Alexandria few dozen Organized by Indivisible West-Central MN; Douglas County Library / Big Ole-Viking Statue (wind chill -14 °F)[228]
Barnum Event planned at Barnum High School
Jan. 19 & Feb. 14 Bemidji 200+ (Jan 19) Over 100 people gathered[229] for Bemidji's third Women's March, which made its way from BSU's Beaux Arts Ballroom down to the Paul and Babe statues.[230] (Feb 14) More than 100 people marched yet again in Bemidji (from the Northwest Indian Community Development Center to BSU campus), this time to show solidarity for missing and murdered Indigenous women and their families. Following the march, participants gathered in the Hobson Memorial Union for songs and a healing dance.[231]
Duluth 0 In the Twin Ports, organizers said that with respect for the historical and contemporary significance of Martin Luther King day, there would be no Women's March in Duluth that weekend[232]
Feb. 14 Minneapolis hundreds MMIW: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Peoples March; Minneapolis American Indian Center - Little Earth Housing Community. This was Minneapolis' fifth such march; an advance release said a crowd of 500 to 600 participants was expected.[233]
St. Cloud 100[234] Lake George Municipal Complex; WomensWave - St. Cloud - Tech High School
St. Paul 4,000[235] Western Sculpture Garden - Minnesota State Capitol; St. Paul police's estimate of 4,000 during the march was from before the marchers reached the Capitol. US Rep Ilhan Omar addressed the rally[236]
Thief River Falls Event planned at City Hall
 Mississippi Jackson 103[237] A "Womanist Rally" was held inside the Kundi Compound[238]
Mar. 9 Long Beach Event planned at Long Beach Town Green on March 9[239]
 Missouri Columbia 100[240] Solidarity Rally moved indoors to Missouri Theatre from Courthouse Plaza (due to anticipated snow & cold)
Kansas City 600[241] Unity Southeast In KC; Originally planned to run from Brookside Park to Swope Parkway, but bitter cold temperatures forced organizers into a shorter march from Unity Temple on the Plaza to JC Nichols fountain and back[242]
St. Louis few hundred[243] Aloe Plaza; STL Women's March for Action[244]
Springfield 100[245] Park Central Square
 Montana Billings[246] event planned in Billings
Bozeman 1,000+[247] Women's March of Gallatin and Park County, Montana Hall, 8th & Babcock
Eureka[246] event planned at Glacier Bank Community Room
Great Falls 100+[248] Gibson Park - 2nd Ave. North & YWCA
Helena 250+[246][249] Women's March 2019 Helena MT; Women's Park
Kalispell few hundred[246] The Kalispell Women's March drew hundreds to Depot Park. A Trump-supporting counter-protest attracted about a dozen people across the street.[250]
Miles City event planned at Range Riders Cafe & Mama Stella's Pizza[251]
Missoula 500[252] Missoula Rises (Native Led MMIW Vigil) took place around the oval on University of Minnesota campus
 Nebraska Jan. 27 Lincoln 1,000+[253] The Women's March on Lincoln 2019 met at UNL Student Union and marched up Centennial Mall to the State Capitol.[254] The event was postponed from the previous weekend due to snowy weather, and scheduled the day after Lincoln's annual March for Life on Saturday, Jan. 26 [253]
Mar. 10 Omaha 1,500[255] What was originally known as the Omaha Women's March was renamed the Omaha Women's Day March, and rescheduled from January 20 to March 10 (weekend of Int'l Women's Day). Thousands of men and women, young and old, marched around City Hall in downtown Omaha.[256]
Wayne 50+[257] 2nd annual Wayne, NE sister march:[258] Kanter Student Center, Wayne State College - downtown Wayne
 Nevada Las Vegas 300+[259] Llama Lot, N 10th Street; Empowering Women / Women's March in the valley; 9th Street - Lloyd D. George Federal District Courthouse
Reno 2,000[260] - 5,000 Virginia Street Reno Arch - Reno City Plaza. Led by members of Great basin Native American Tribes and other Indigenous nations. Police estimated 2,000, organizers estimated as many as 5,000
 New Hampshire Concord Women's March @ Concord, NH (45889761795).jpg ~1,000 At the New Hampshire State House, the rally's theme was "We've Only Just Begun."[261] With hundreds of people coming, march organizers’ goals were to have around 1,000 at this year's march (compared with 7,000 in 2017).[262] Senator Maggie Hassan, Rep. Annie Kuster, & newly elected Rep. Chris Pappas spoke.[263]
Jackson 40[264] Jackson Covered Bridge - Jackson Community Church
Portsmouth hundreds[265] Market Square - Seacoast Women's March 2019
Wilton 34[266] Wilton Peace Action Women's Wave event held outside Wilton Public Library on Main Street Park[204]
 New Jersey Asbury Park hundreds[267] Boardwalk at 5th Avenue. US Rep Frank Pallone spoke
Atlantic City 1,000[268] Atlantic City Boardwalk; "Honoring the life of Fannie Lou Hamer"[269]
Leonia 200[270] Leonia Middle School - Wood Park
Newark 50[271] Downtown Newark mayor's office; 50 people braved the cold rain and threat of a snowstorm to turn out for the rally
Trenton 0 This march, which would have gone from the New Jersey State House Annex to the War Memorial on Saturday, was canceled on Friday under a state of emergency because of the severe impending snowstorm[272]
 New Mexico Alamogordo 30+[273] Otero County Courthouse - SW corner of 10th St & White Sands Blvd[274]
Jan. 20 Albuquerque 4,500[275] Civic Plaza. Newly elected US Rep Deb Haaland spoke at the rally[276]
Fort Sumner Dallas Park
Las Cruces Albert Johnson Park. Newly elected US Rep Xochitl Torres Small spoke at the rally[277]
Santa Fe 2,500[278] Roundhouse - Santa Fe Plaza.[279]
 New York Albany hundreds[280] Jennings Landing - West Capitol Park
Batavia 75[281] Jackson Square; The first Genesee County/GLOW Women's March[281][282]
Mar. 10 Buffalo 300[283] Niagara Square, outside Buffalo City Hall;[284] organized by WNY Peace Center. Originally scheduled for Sunday, January 20, but postponed by cold weather and snow to Sunday, March 10.[285]
Cobleskill 85[286] Veterans Memorial Centre Park
Jan. 27 Elmira 200+ Wisner Park - Elmira College; postponed a week because of weather[287]
Fredonia 60[288] Gazebo at Barker Commons - Fredonia Grange Hall
Glens Falls 60 Originally planned for Sunday, January 20 at Old Planned Parenthood, Warren & Oak Sts and paired with a Martin Luther King march and tribute celebration, but moved to Saturday at the Crandall Park ice skating pond because of the impending snow storm[289]
Hudson[290] 7th Street Park
Lake Placid The New York State Union of Teachers (NYSUT) planned an event at Crowne Plaza Lake Placid & march to Adirondack Community Church.[291]
Lewis 50[292] 3rd Annual Adirondack Women's March @ Lewis Cemetery behind the Congregational Church
New York City Women's March on NYC 2019 (47028869361).jpg 28,000 New York City ended up with two competing events, the result of a rift between organizers over inclusiveness and alleged anti-Semitism. The Women's March Alliance hosted the official march, kicking off on Central Park West (from Columbus Circle to Bryant Park, attendance 25,000[293]). Meanwhile, Women's March NYC hosted a Women's Unity Rally in downtown Manhattan at Foley Square, four miles away, with a few thousand attending. One counter-protester, political activist Laura Loomer, interrupted opening remarks by WM-NYC director Agunda Okeyo, calling the event the "real Nazi march."[294] Newly elected US Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke at both rallies.[268] Also present, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, his wife first lady Chirlane McCray and Gloria Steinem; Yoko Ono took part in the march;[42] actor Bryan Cranston waved to the marchers from a ledge outside the Broadway Theatre.[42][295]
Port Jefferson Station 100+ Resistance Corner / Long Island Highway[296]
Port Jervis 200[297] St. Peter's Lutheran Church
Potsdam 30+[298] First Presbyterian Church / Potsdam High School
Saratoga Springs 400[299] Canfield Casino & Congress Park. US Rep Paul Tonko spoke
Seneca Falls hundreds held at Trinity Park during bitter cold & snow, which lessened the turnout. Also, the rally's original meeting place, the Women's Rights National Historical Park (First Amendment Space), was not available due to the government shutdown[300]
Syracuse 700[301] Everson Museum of Art - University United Methodist Church. A rally permit for this one-mile march was received a mere 18 hours earlier, following a shutdown-triggered cancellation of the original meeting spot at the James M. Hanley Federal Building[301]
Utica hundreds YWCA, Rutger St - Oneida Square[302]
Watertown 24[303] All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
Woodstock 800[304] Playhouse Lane - Andy Lee Field, via Mill Hill & Rock City roads
 North Carolina Jan. 12 Albemarle 150+[305] E.E. Waddell Community Center
Jan. 20 Asheville thousands[306] Vance Monument, South Pack Square - Martin Luther King Jr. Park. Organizers expected 13,000 people to show up.[307] The Citizen-Times did report thousands of people marching in downtown Ashville, though the crowd was smaller than in previous years and dwindled to hundreds near the destination.[308]
Black Mountain NC-11 Congressional candidate Moe Davis at 2019 Women's March in Black Mountain, NC.jpg 400+[309] Black Mountain Town Square
Jan. 26 Charlotte 5,000 Charlotte's Women's March split from the National Organization over anti-Semitism, and renamed itself the Women United March; rescheduled a week after MLK weekend festivities.[310] First Ward Park looked like it was at full capacity of 5,000 people (half of the number that marched through Charlotte in 2017), but had plenty of room to mingle.[311]
Jan. 26 Raleigh 1,000+[312] Fayetteville St - Halifax Mall
Jan. 26 Wilmington hundreds Innes Park - Riverfront Park at Federal Courthouse[313]
 North Dakota Bismarck 200[314] North Dakota Heritage Center
Fargo 700[315] Fargo-Moorhead Women's March, Fargo Civic Center.[316] Frigid temperatures reached a high of 2 degrees just before 3 pm, with wind speeds around 12 mph, which cut the rally route short, but didn't faze the marchers. Recently defeated US Senator Heidi Heitkamp was scheduled to speak at the rally but cancelled late Friday due to a death in the family.[315]
Minot few dozen[317] Minot State University
 Ohio Akron several hundred[318] Akron held its first Women's March, despite freezing temperatures. Marchers gathered at the John F. Seiberling Federal Building on Main Street. The march began at noon, making a quick stop at the Sojourner Truth Building and ending at Summit Artspace[318]
Athens 300[319] Scripps Amphitheatre, Ohio University campus - Athens County Courthouse. Protesters suited up for a cold, rainy Saturday in Athens.[320] The march was emcee'd by delfin bautista who a), as an individual, prefers "they/them" pronouns and a lower-case spelling of "their" name, and b) had recently been fired by the university as director of OU's LGBT Center, sparking personal outrage among local marchers.[319]
Cincinnati 100[321] The Ohio chapter announced on Friday, January 11, that Cincinnati's event (1,000 signed up, 5,900 interested) had been cancelled over logistics and financial barriers; Cincinnati Socialist Alternative posted plans on Facebook for a Saturday march at Sawyer Point[322]
Cleveland 750[323] - 1,000 Cleveland Public Square. Among the speakers was Susan Bro, whose daughter Heather Heyer was killed by a white nationalist from Ohio in Charlottesville, VA, and Samaria Rice, who became an activist after her son Tamir Rice was killed by a Cleveland police officer.[324]
Columbus 700[325] Washington Gladden Social Justice Park - Statehouse. Organizers had hoped to draw between 3,000 and 4,000 people, but the dire weather forecast had a definite effect on crowd size.[325]
Dayton 0 The event planned for Courthouse Square was canceled due to weather[326]
Chillicothe Event planned at Ross County Courthouse[327]
Newark Licking County Courthouse Square
Wooster Public Square
 Oklahoma Jan. 20 Oklahoma City 1,000 Oklahoma State Capitol.[328] Indigenous women's groups led the Women's March in OKC on Sunday, which also accommodated Jewish women and groups who could not do a march on the Sabbath.[329] US Rep Kendra Horn spoke at the rally
Tulsa 600[330] Guthrie Green - John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park (indoor rally at the Living Arts building, thanks to cold weather)
 Oregon Albany[331] Linn County Courthouse
Astoria hundreds[332] Heritage Square; Speak Truth Women's March
Bend 3,000[333] Drake Park - Central Oregon Women's March (in the rain). The turnout of 3,000 was actually double what the organizers expected[333]
Brookings 68[334] 68 people braved the rain while rallying in the streets of Brookings - at least double that of Port Orford[334]
Coos Bay dozens[335] US Highway 101 near Coos Bay Boardwalk
Corvallis 500+[336] Central Park - downtown Corvallis
Eugene 2,500[337] Wayne Lyman Morse US Courthouse. State Rep Julie Fahey spoke.
Grants Pass Event planned at Riverside Park[338]
Klamath Falls 100[339] Parking Lot Main Library - South Sixth Street bridge[340]
McMinnville McMinnville Community Center; Yamhill County's March for Human Rights[341]
Medford hundreds Hawthorne Park; theme:"Building Our Bench"[338]
Newport 150[342] Newport City Hall - Newport High School
Port Orford 30[334] hosted by Indivisible North Curry County[334]
Jan. 19 & Mar. 3 Portland 2,100+ (total)[343][344] The Womxn's March & Rally for Action Portland rescheduled its official event from January to March 3, at Portland State University South Park blocks, to take place alongside International Women's Day (and not overshadow Martin Luther King Day weekend events); about 2,000 marched around Shemanski Park.[344] Meanwhile, on January 19, a separate and relatively smaller event, the #MeToo Speak Out and Women's March, began at Terry Schrunk Plaza,[343] and eventually met up, at Pioneer Courthouse Square, with another group, the Counter Rally for Reproductive Justice, which was held in opposition to the nearby anti-abortion group Oregon Right to Life rally.[345]
Salem 011919 Womens March 2019 Salem OR (10 of 16) (32956824378).jpg 900[331] Women's March Salem took place at the Oregon State Capitol, with 900 in attendance. A handful of counter-protesters repeatedly tried to drown out the speakers throughout the rally but were blocked by rally participants who stood in front of them with signs.[331]
Sandy[331] 60[346] 3rd Annual Women’s March on Sandy, at Centennial Plaza[347]
The Dalles event planned at Thompson Park[345]
 Pennsylvania Beaver ~30[348] Beaver County Courthouse[348]
Bethlehem 200[349] Bethlehem Public Library / Payrow Plaza
Feb. 16 Bradford 50[350] The Inaugural Bradford Women's March was held on Saturday, February 16, at Veterans Square
Carlisle several hundred[351] Cumberland County Courthouse
Clarion 50[352] Veterans Memorial Park
Feb. 23 Doylestown State & Main Streets - Rise Up in Light & Beloved Community Vigil
Hollidaysburg 150[353] Blair County Courthouse
Philadelphia thousands[354][355] Like New York City, Philadelphia also had two competing marches, both taking place on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The march organized by Philly Women Rally began at Logan Square, and headed to the front of the Philadelphia Art Museum; Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney[356] and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro[355] spoke to the marchers. The other event (more of a rally), put together by Women's March Pennsylvania, took place several blocks away at LOVE Park; a third group of more than a dozen people with Philadelphia's Socialist Alternative gathered across from LOVE Park before joining.[355] Though both rallies altogether consisted of thousands of participants, the crowds at the Philly Women Rally far exceeded the numbers at the LOVE Park march[357] (not including those who visited both stages)[358]
Pittsburgh 1,000[359] City County Building - Market Square; "Building Bridges Stronger Than Hate"
Reading 125[360] Rally was held in City Park. Cold temperatures precluded plans to march on Chestnut St, Eighth St and back.[360]
Sharon 100[361] Women's March for Mercer, Lawrence and Butler counties
State College 40+[362] Centre County Women's March; Allen Street Gates - Sidney Friedman Parklet; hosted by Ni-Ta-Nee-NOW
Wilkes-Barre 150 - 200[363] Kirby Park
 Rhode Island Providence 175+[364] In May 2018, The Rhode Island Chapter of the Women's March split from the parent organization over the controversy re Louis Farrakhan's anti-Semitic comments, and changed its name to Rhode Island Womxn's Action Initiative[365] (as per Denver, Seattle and several other cities). No official events or rallies were planned in RI for January 19, 2019 until just ten days prior, when organizer Liandra Medeiros managed to whip up a crowd of over 175 people at the Rhode Island State House in Providence.[364] Speakers included State Rep Kathleen Fogarty and rally participant Shanna Klinger, who, as the niece of a Holocaust victim, had something to say about opposing fascism and hatred.[364]
 South Carolina Charleston Event planned at Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
Greenville ~200[366] Falls Park on the Reedy River
Myrtle Beach hundreds[367] Chapin Park
 South Dakota Custer 20[368] Way Park by the courthouse[369]
Rapid City 800[370] Central High School - Downtown Rapid City
Sioux Falls 600[371] Holiday Inn Sioux Falls-City Centre. With sub-zero temperatures, it was unlikely to hold a march on Saturday that could match 2,500 people from 2018. Instead of postponing the event to a later day, organizers held it in indoors, in a conference room with a maximum capacity of 600 seats[371]
 Tennessee Chattanooga 500+[372] Coolidge Park. On a rainy Saturday, a rally was held under the Walnut St Bridge. Because no marching permit was officially granted (partially due to lack of city funding), people were directed by police to remain on sidewalks when crossing the John Ross Bridge. Five women ignored this order and were subsequently arrested after walking into Market Street and blocking traffic[373]
Johnson City hundreds[374] Founders Park; Tri-Cities Women's March
Knoxville 500[375] - 1,000+[376] Organizers moved the Knoxville march from its previous location in Krutch Park, which in 2018 had more than 14,000 marchers, to the Midway at Chilhowee Park & Exposition Center for a bigger venue, in hopes of attracting 5,000 or 7,000. As poor weather would have it, between 500 and 1,000 people gathered in wind and rain, and a few hundred stuck around long enough to march downtown.[375]
Jan. 19 & 26 Memphis ~400 On January 19, several hundred people marched from the Memphis City Hall courtyard to the Judge D'Army Bailey courthouse.[377] On January 26, a legislative & action rally was held inside Clayborn Temple; US Rep Steve Cohen spoke before the crowd.[378] Afterwards, the same march from the week before was held again.[379]
Nashville 1,800[380] Public Square Park; Nashville's Women's March Rally. People showed up in spite of rain, but could not march because of the inauguration of Tennessee's next Governor, Bill Lee[380]
 Texas Alpine Alpine Municipal Building; "Big Bend Blue: The Next Step"
Amarillo 40 Elwood Park - Potter County Courthouse [381](march sponsored by Indivisible Amarillo)
Austin 1,500[382] March on Texas, which had organized the event at the Texas State Capitol in 2017 & 2018, said it would not arrange a local march for women this year,[383] due to respective dwindling attendance and winter temperatures. However, the Texas Reproductive Rights Rally (TRRR) did host a rally on the Capitol steps,[384] to address women's issues on the impending 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Speakers included former state Sen. Wendy Davis, who had inspired the first Texas Reproductive Rights Rally in Austin,[382] and state Rep Celia Israel.[383] About 20 counter-protesters, including some from Texans United for America & Open Carry Texas, huddled on either side of the crowd carrying "Trump 2020" flags[382]
Jan. 19-20 Dallas 10,000+[385] Three marches concerning women's rights (or lack thereof) took place in Dallas over the weekend of January 19–20. On Saturday, Women's March DFW hosted a "Women's Wave" march through City Hall Plaza,[386] which was small in comparison to the 46th annual March for Life that was concurrently held outside the Dallas Federal Courthouse, with several thousand people.[387] Both events were matched on Sunday by the Dallas Women's March, in which 10,000 people marched from St. Paul United Methodist Church to Dallas City Hall.[388] State Rep Victoria Neave was present at the Sunday event[388]
Denton several hundred[389] Denton Courthouse Square; event known as Denton Womxn's Rally
El Paso 600[390] San Jacinto Plaza. The march was held ahead of President Trump's announcement of an offer to extend temporary protections for Dreamers in exchange for a border wall, which was not accepted by the protesters. Present at the rally were US Rep Veronica Escobar, who spoke out against Trump's offer, & former US Rep & 2018 senatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke (who attended but did not speak)[390]
Jan. 20 Fort Worth 1,000+[391] Tarrant County Courthouse. The crowd was smaller than in the past (5,000 - 8,000) mainly because of freezing temperatures, but also because the rally was delayed by one day because a different event, the Stock Show & Rodeo Parade, was already scheduled downtown for Saturday (but ultimately canceled due to the weather)[391]
Houston 10,000[392] Cistern Waterworks on Sabine - Houston City Hall. The event, titled "Houston Women March On", was affiliated not with Women's March Inc, but with March On. US Rep Al Green & newly elected US Rep Lizzie Fletcher spoke to the crowd[392]
Huntsville event planned at Walker County Democrats Club[393]
Lubbock several dozen[394] LCDP Headquarters / Tim Cole Memorial Park, corner of 19th & University
Palestine[393] Event planned at Palestine Farmer's Market
San Antonio 250[395] San Fernando Cathedral[396]
Wichita Falls Event planned at Sikes Senter Mall
 Utah Jan. 26 Cedar City 15[397] event planned at Church Auditorium, Southern Utah University Student Center
Logan 50[398] Historic Cache County Courthouse[399]
Provo 300+[400] Utah County Historical Courthouse / Pioneer Park. The Provo Women's Wave Rally mainly focused on condemning sexual assault. A man who threatened rallygoers with violence was later sentenced to prison for misogynist terrorism.[401]
Salt Lake City hundreds[402] Washington Square Park - Utah State Capitol (I Am Salt Lake) / Matheson Courthouse (Utah Women's March). Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski was present[402]
St. George 150[403] Vernon Worthern Park. St. George Mayor Jon Pike & Hildale City Mayor Donia Jessop spoke
 Vermont Montpelier 700 - 1,000[404] Vermont State House. Former state Rep. Kiah Morris (D-Bennington) spoke to the crowd
 US Virgin Islands St. John 100+[405] Freedom Statue, Frank Powell Park; Cruz Bay march
 Virginia Bristol Historic Bristol Sign
Galax 14[406] The Intersection of 500 East Stuart Drive - Peace Pentagon Women's March[407]
Independence Old Courthouse / 107 E. Main St; Peace Pentagon Women's March
Lynchburg 200[408] Lynchburg Community Market
Norfolk[409] few hundred[410][411] Mermaid Statue @ Town Point Park "The Girls Take Granby" Women's March[412]
Jan. 12 Richmond hundreds[413] (Jan. 12) The two-mile reprise of the 2017 Women's March, at Arthur Ashe Athletic Center, was scheduled one week early so as not to distract from Martin Luther King Jr weekend activities. US Rep Abigail Spanberger & state Sen Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond) were present. One issue addressed was passage of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), for which Virginia would be the 38th and final state needed to ratify it into the Constitution;[413] other Virginia cities would follow likewise on January 19. / (Jan 14) Women's Equality Coalition Lobby Day, Virginia State Capitol. Up to 1000+ people attended
Roanoke 500[414] - 1,000[415] Elmwood Park; 500-1000 people met in the rain. Djuna Osborne, who co-organized Roanoke's first women's march, was present for this one as a newly elected member of Roanoke City Council[414]
Staunton 100 Augusta County Circuit Courthouse; event hosted by SAW Joint Democratic Committee. Staunton Mayor Carolyn Dull was present.[416]
Williamsburg hundreds[417] Capital Bldg, E Duck of Gloucester St; ERA Women's March
Winchester 200[418] Old Courthouse Steps & Winchester Walking Mall
 Washington Ellensburg 400[419] 5th & Main - City Hall; All Walking Together. Ellensburg Mayor Bruce Tabb spoke
Friday Harbor 250[420] San Juan County Courthouse lawn. Former San Juan County Commissioner Rhea Miller was the main speaker.
Longview 70[421] Longview Civic Circle
Olympia thousands[422] Olympia Capitol - Heritage Park
Omak march planned at Omak Park on Ash Street[423]
Jan. 20 Port Townsend 1,000+[424] Quimper Mercantile - Pope Marine Park
Richland 500[425] John Dam Plaza
Jan. 19 & 20 Seattle Seattle Women's March 2019 (31865825457).jpg 10,000+[426] (Saturday tally) 3 Women's Marches took place in Seattle[427] over the weekend: (January 19) Womxn's March Seattle 2019 marched from Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center, with 10,000 people (compared with 100,000 in 2017). Not too many politicians were seen at this event, but renowned Seattle chef Tom Douglas offered banana bread & tea to the marchers.[428] (January 20) Be the Change Network's Women's March 3.0, starting at Westlake Park, promoted itself as more inclusive of Jewish women, in response to criticism of alleged anti-Semitism and the fact that many Jewish people declined to march on the Sabbath.[429] The third group, Seattle Women's MMIW March (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women) marched from Occidental Square Park to Seattle City Hall.[430]
Spokane 3,000[431] Spokane Convention Center
Tacoma 0 Washington State Women's March voted to discontinue the Tacoma march due to the disagreement of support given by the national leadership to Louis Farrahkhan
Walla Walla hundreds[432] Crawford Park at 4th & Main
Wenatchee hundreds[433] The Chelan County Courthouse on Wenatchee Memorial Park was the scene of two separate opposing rallies on Saturday[434] - the Wenatchee Right to Life Rally on the south side (400 people), and the 2019 Women's March on the east side (hundreds more).[435] Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson addressed the latter,[433] which concluded with a procession through the streets of downtown Wenatchee before arriving back at Memorial Park.[435]
Yakima 400 - 1,000+[436] corner of 2nd St & Lincoln Ave - Millennium Plaza
 West Virginia Charleston 100[437] West Virginia Capitol
Romney dozen[438] Hampshire Women's March 2019; Old Courthouse
 Wisconsin Bayfield Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Headquarters
Hayward 45[439] Hayward City Municipal parking lot
Madison 700 - 800+[440] It was a bitterly cold day outside the Wisconsin State Capitol, following a snowstorm. Around 700-800 people showed up, just a fraction of the more than 75,000 people who joined the Women's March at the same location two years ago.[441]
Minocqua 0 Municipal Parking Lot; Women's March of the Northwoods (cancelled as of January 15 due to extreme weather)
Wausau dozen[442] Wausau's 400 Block; organized by Marathan Democratic Party
 Wyoming Cheyenne 500[443] Cheyenne Depot Plaza - Wyoming Supreme Court
Cody 103[444] Cody City Park[445][446]
Gillette 50[447] Lasting Legacy Park
Jackson Hole 100[447] Home Ranch Visitor Center - Town Square
Pinedale dozen+[448] American Legion Park[449]


Listed below are marches outside the United States in support of the 2019 Women's March.

Country Date Locations Photo Approximate attendance Notes
 Afghanistan Kabul[450] District 9
 Argentina Jan. 20 Buenos Aires[451] Embassy of the United States, Avenida Colombia
 Australia Jan. 20 Adelaide 69 Sixty-nine women stood on the seps of Adelaide's Parliament House, representing the number of women murdered across Australia in 2018[452]
Jan. 20 Canberra[453] 300-400[454] Garema Place
Melbourne thousands[455] On Friday January 18, thousands of people gathered at vigils for Aiia Maasarwe, a 21-yr-old Israeli exchange student whose death in Melbourne was declared a homicide, with an arrest to boot. One major vigil was held on the steps of Melbourne Parliament House, where Maaserwe's father Saeed was present.
Jan. 20 Sydney 3,000[455] Thousands walked from Hyde Park to Belmore Park. Several people held signs paying tribute to Aiia Maasarwe.[456]
 Austria Vienna Democrats Abroad Austria joined the DA Global Women's caucus & Equal Means Equal Organization for an indoor event at Amerlinghaus, Stiftgasse 8, in support of the Equal Rights Amendment in the USA.[457]
 Bulgaria Sofia[453] Bul. Vitosha Mountain, 66 Vitosha Blvd
 Canada[458] Calgary (AB)[42] hundreds Bankers Hall
Charlottetown (PE) 70[459] The Coles Building on Grafton St - Confederation Court Mall
Chilliwack (BC) Ann Davis Transition Society; Fraser Valley March[460]
Courtenay (BC) 400 Cumberland Rd; K'omoks Valley Women's March
Edmonton (AB) 200[461] Sir Winston Churchill Square; "Can't Stop, Won't Stop" rally
Fredericton (NB) 100+[462] City Hall - Fredericton Public Library
Hamilton (ON) Women's march planned for Hamilton;[463] Queen Elizabeth Park - Hamilton City Hall (indoor gathering on education and local action)[464]
Huntsville (ON) 60[465] Huntsville Place Mall; Women's March Muskoka 2019
Kamloops (BC) 200[466] Sandman Centre
Kelowna (BC) 15[467] Water Street
Lethbridge (AB) dozens[468] Annual March on Solidarity Rally; Mayor Magrath Drive by Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens
Montreal (QC) 200[469] Place Émilie-Gamelin; -22 °C[470]
Nanaimo (BC) 100+[471] Maffeo Sutton Park - Nanaimo Entertainment Centre
Nelson (BC) 100+[472] City of Nelson courtyard - Vernon Street to Hendryx, onto Baker Street
Niagara-on-the-Lake (ON) 30[473] Simcoe Park, 169 King St
North Bay (ON) 50+[474] Amelia Rising Sexual Violence Support Centre
Ottawa (ON) 1,000+[475] People rallied at Parliament Hill in frigid cold, then marched down Bank Street to Lansdowne Park. City Councillor Theresa Kavanagh, Ottawa council's first liaison for women and gender issues, proclaimed January 19th Women's March Day in Ottawa.[476]
Owen Sound (ON) 60[477] Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library
Prince George (BC) 30[478] Prince George Civic Centre, Canada Games Way
Regina (SK) hundreds[479] YWCA Regina
St. Catherines (ON) 35[480] BME Church on Geneva St - Mahtay Care on St. Paul St
Saint John (NB) hundreds[481] King's Square - Saint John City Market
Sandy Cove, Halifax (NS) 50[458] In the small fishing village of Sandy Cove, attendance exploded this year to 50, compared to just 15 two years ago
Sarnia (ON) 250[482] old Sears store at Lambton Mall
Saskatoon (SK) 100+[483] The Amphitheatre at River Landing; Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark spoke
Toronto (ON) 1,000+[484] Nathan Phillips Square - Queen's Park; 8 °F wind chill snow storm. At Women March On: Toronto, Black Lives Matter activist Sandy Hudson and Ontario sex-ed activist Rayne Fisher-Quann were among the speakers[485] who called attention to the Ontario government's repeal of the modernized sex-ed curriculum and the recent announcement of changes to port-secondary tuition and grants[486]
Vancouver (BC) 4 Women Watching the Women's March Protest at the Vancouver Art Gallery on a Lion Sculpture (January 19, 2019) (45894929135).jpg hundreds[487] Vancouver Art Gallery - BC Supreme Courthouse[488]
Victoria (BC) hundreds[489] British Columbia Parliament Buildings
Waterloo/Kitchener (ON) 100[490] Waterloo Region Women's March; Waterloo Public Square - Kitchener City Hall
Winnipeg (MB) 50[491] Mantioba Legislative Building; dozens turned out to protest during extreme cold warning (-28 °C)
 Costa Rica[450] Nosara
 Denmark Mar. 8 Copenhagen[492] Our Lady Square
 Ecuador[450] Cuenca Parque San Blas - Parque Calderon
 Estonia Tallinn 600[492] Viru Väravad (The first Women's March in Estonia)
 France Antibes
Montpellier[493] Esplanade Charles de Gaulle
Jan. 20 Paris The Paris Women's March, hosted by Democrats Abroad France,[453] was held at Palais Royal Paris on Sunday, January 20. Ten weeks earlier, in November 2018, the yellow vests movement took off in France, marching across the streets of Paris and other French cities every Saturday in protest of President Emmanuel Macron's economic policies. By early January 2019, a women's contingent took place every following Sunday.[494] Out of all the French cities in which the yellow vests were still active on the weekend of January 19–20 ("Act X"), only Paris and Montpellier were still independently involved with the global Women's March.[493]
 Germany Berlin 2,000[451][495] Around 2,000 protesters marched from the Brandenburg Gate to the Alexanderplatz along the famous Unter den Linden. Organizers called for scrapping a Hitler-era law that makes it a crime for doctors to advertise that they perform abortions.[451]
Düsseldorf 70[450] Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz
Frankfurt Women's March Frankfurt 2019 69.jpg 1,200[451] - 1,300[496] Kaiserstrasse 81
Hamburg hundreds[497] Rathaus Hamburg
Hanover 200[497] Kröpcke - New Town Hall
Heidelberg 400[498] Friedrich-Ebert-Platz - Heidelberg Town Hall
Munich 250+[499] Geschwister-Scholl-Platz - Marienplatz
 Greece Athens[495][453] Klafthmonos Square (changed from Syntagma Square). Women held placards declaring “Silent No More” next to a picture of Athena, the ancient Greek goddess of wisdom.[495]
 Ireland Mar. 8 Dublin March to be held on International Women's Day
 Israel[500] Tel Aviv Women's March Tel Aviv, held at Shradda Yoga Studio in Yafo
 Italy Florence Piazza de San Lorenzo
Jan. 20 Milan[453] 150[501] Piazza Castello - Piazza della Scala
Rome hundreds[502] Piazza dei Santi Apostoli. Women met in a downtown square, where they took aim at Italy's populist government, which has been accused of whittling away measures that protect women and migrants.[451]
Venice[453] Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia
 Japan Jan. 20 Tokyo[450] Wesley Center, 2nd floor, Minamiaoyama 6-10-11
 Mexico[500] Jan. 21 Puerto Vallarta Hotel Rosita, Paseo Díaz Ordaz, Centro
Jan. 20 Sonora San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas
 Netherlands Mar. 9 Amsterdam thousands[503] On Saturday March 9 (following International Women's Day), the second edition of the Women's March on Amsterdam began at Dam Square and ended at Museumplein.[504] Around 3,500 people had signed up on Facebook; over 16,000 more signed up for a climate protest on Sunday, March 10.[505]
Groningen 150[506] Waagplein 1–5; March Against Violence
 New Zealand[500] Auckland[507] 432 Britomart Place, Auckland Central: Women's Wave Aotearoa New Zealand
Jan. 20 Dunedin
 Nigeria[500] Abuja Unity Fountain, Maitama
 Norway Bergen 100[508] Festplassen, Christies Gate
Jan. 12 Oslo[492] Skatten, Hagegata 22-24
 South Africa[500] Johannesburg
 Spain Barcelona[509] Carrer de Maspons
Madrid event planned at Calle de la Ribera de Curtidores / Espacio Encuentro Feminista[510]
Seville March in Seville, Jarnies de Murillo (hosted by American Resistance Sevilla)
 Sweden Stockholm[492] Norrmalmstorg
  Switzerland Bern 500+[511] Over 500 people protested on Saturday afternoon in downtown Bern at an unauthorized rally against the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Geneva 100[511]
Lausanne 40[511]
Zurich[512] several hundred[511] Helvetiaplatz - city center. Zurich's Second Women's March was mixed with a demonstration against the WEF that started in Davos on Tuesday, Jan 15.[511]
 Taiwan Taipei[451] No. 179-28, Jiaxing Street, Xinyi District
 Thailand Bangkok
 Uganda[500] Kampala Hilltop Gardens, Naguru[513]
 United Kingdom London[495] 3,000[451] Bread & Roses[451] March & Rally; BBC Broadcasting House - Trafalgar Square / Portland Place. Actress Evanna Lynch was present.[43]
Manchester Manchester Albert Square; Women's Wave Manchester 2019
 Zambia[500] Lusaka[453][514] Gymkhana Club / Manda Hill - Thabo Mbeki circle
 Zimbabwe Harare



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