List of 2020 Women's March locations

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2020 Women's March
Part of the Women's rights movement
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San Francisco
DateJanuary 18, 2020
Location
United States
MethodsProtest march

This is an incomplete list of the 2020 Women's March events in January,[1] most of which took place on January 18, and some on January 19 or later (as noted).

United States[edit]

Listed below are the marches in the U.S.

Approximate attendance Notes
10,000 – 25,000 Over ten thousand people met at Freedom Plaza and marched clockwise around the White House; at one point, marchers stopped and chanted in front of Trump's DC Hotel.[1][2] Martin Luther King III & his wife Andrea Waters King were present.
State Date Cities Approximate attendance Notes
 Alabama Mar. 1 Selma thousands[3] Salute to Selma Women's March 2020 took place on Sunday, March 1, the start of Women's History Month, and in conjunction with events commemorating the 55th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Selma to Montgomery March and the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.[4] Thousands reenacted the historic crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge; participants included US Sen. Doug Jones, Jesse Jackson, the Rev. Al Sharpton and Georgia Rep. John Lewis (in a surprise appearance).[3] Also present were a few 2020 Democratic presidential candidates – Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg and Joe Biden, the recent winner of the South Carolina primary.[5]
 Alaska Anchorage 250[6] In 3-degree temperature, a couple hundred people marched through Cuddy Park toward the Assembly Chambers inside the Loussac Library.[6]
Jan. 19 Bethel[6] 24[7]
Cordova 30[8] People traversed First Street towards Cordova Center, holding placards in support of women's rights and the ERA
Fairbanks[6]
Homer 300[9] Homer Education and Recreation Complex (HERC) – WKFL Park
Juneau 100+[10] Despite Taku winds and freezing temperatures, hundreds came out to the 2020 Women's March at the Alaska State Capitol Building, then marched to Centennial Hall. State Reps. Sara Hannan & Andi Story spoke at the rally.[11] The theme of choice for the march was "The Angry Vagina."[12]
Palmer[6]
Seward[6]
 Arizona Flagstaff 20+[13] Flagstaff City Hall[14]
Payson 93[15] Two marches happened along the Beeline Highway – The Women's March at Big Lots' Parking Lot (almost 100 people), and the March for Life (roughly 300 residents)
Jan. 19 Phoenix 2,000+[16][17] Arizona State Capitol[18]
Prescott hundreds[19] Yavapai County Women March On; Prescott Courthouse Plaza
Sedona 600+[20] event planned at Sedona Arts Center, during its "31 Women Artists Exhibition"[21]
Tucson hundreds Starting and ending at Joel D. Valdez Main Library,[22] marchers walked a one-mile route through downtown Tucson (passing by local offices of Sen. Martha McSally along the way)[23] to show their support in many issues affecting women such as enforcing the equal rights amendment, protecting women's reproductive rights, and ending violence against women.
 Arkansas Jan. 25 Little Rock hundreds The 10th Annual Rally for Reproductive Justice took place Saturday, January 25th at the Arkansas State Capitol (less than a week after thousands came out for the Arkansas March for Life).[24]
 California Alameda[25] 140[26] Safeway parking lot, 867 Island Drive[27]
Avalon Catalina Island Sister March; Avalon Wrigley Stage, Crescent Ave.
Bakersfield[28] 4,000[29] At Mill Creek Park, civil rights activist Dolores Huerta led the 3rd annual Women's March of Kern County[30] A number of marchers hailed from the town of Ridgecrest.[31]
Burbank hundreds[32] Chandler Bikeway, N. Mariposa Street
Chico 1,000[33] Chico City Plaza[34]
Coachella 350-400[35] Veterans Memorial Park[36]
Crescent City 100+[37] Crescent City held its 2nd Women's March in 2020, starting at Crescent Elk Middle School and ending at US Highway 101; marchers celebrated Virginia's decision to ratify the ERA.[38]
Eureka 0 As happened with 2019's original march, so too was this one canceled, so that the organizing committee – once famously called "overwhelmingly white" – could "take time for more outreach." There was no alternative march either, unlike 2019, in which an estimated 900 had shown up.[39]
Fresno Women's March Fresno 4th Annual March was planned[40]
Hemet 100+[41] Gibbel Park – North Kirby Street[36]
Idyllwild Idyllwild Town Monument, Ridgeview Dr.[36]
Lakeport 75+[42] Courthouse Museum in downtown Lakeport
Los Angeles[1] 200,000[43] – 300,000[44][45] At Pershing Square, police were told to expect as many as 200,000 people; by the march's end at City Hall, organizers estimated as many as 300,000. A large baby Trump balloon floated over the crowd.[44] Some of the demonstrators dressed in early 20th century attire in observance of the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote.[45] Emily Guereca, president of Women's March Foundation in Los Angeles, said that 60% of those who marched were first-time participants.[45] Speakers at City Hall included Mayor Eric Garcetti, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and his wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom,[46] women's rights attorney Gloria Allred and US Reps. Maxine Waters and Karen Bass.[45] Celebrity activist speakers included Rosanna Arquette, Caitlyn Jenner, Marlee Matlin, Raven-Symoné, Constance Wu,[44] & Frances Fisher.[47] Musical performers included Seal & Jordin Sparks.[48] Meanwhile, just a few miles away, the anti-abortion organization Walk for Life held its sixth annual OneLife L.A. march from Olvera Street to Los Angeles State Park.[48][45]
Modesto 200[49] corner of Briggsmore & McHenry Aves. - Graceada Park
Monterey 1,000+[50] 4th Annual Monterey Bay Women's March; Colton Hall Lawn
Napa 2,500[51] Veterans Memorial Park / Napa Hall of Justice[52]
Oakland 5,000[46] Frank Ogawa Plaza – Telegraph Ave to Grand Ave & back.[27]
Oceanside 600-1500[53] North County SD Women's March Rally; Oceanside Civic Center.[54] Organizers said 1200–1500 people attended; police estimated 600-700
Pacifica[26] Women's March 2020 Coastside; Pacifica State Beach
Pleasanton 300+[55] Tri-Valley Women's March 2020; Amador Valley High School[27][56]
Quincy 130[57] Plumas County Courthouse
Redding 600[58] Two groups – Redding Women's March & Redding March for Life – both gathered at Redding City Hall, then marched in opposite directions along Cypress Avenue[59]
Riverside[60] hundreds[61] Women's March Inland Empire; Riverside County Historic Courthouse[36]
Sacramento 10,000 – 12,000[62] A sea of pink hats marched from Southside Park up 9th Street to the State Capitol. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg & state Sen. Dr. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) took part in the event.
San Diego 12,000[63] Waterfront Park / County Administration Center[64] The 2020 march's theme was "Power in Unity."[65]
San Francisco 12,000[46] Thousands packed in Civic Center before heading down Market Street towards Embarcadero Plaza. San Francisco Mayor London Breed was present.[27][66]
San Jose 7,500[46] Womxn's March San Jose 2020: Our Power Counts; City Hall Rotunda – Arena Green[27]
San Luis Obispo thousands[67] At Mitchell Park, Women's March SLO 2020 theme was "The Time Is Now"[68] SLO Mayor Heidi Harmon spoke at the rally.[69]
San Mateo 150+ 2020 marked the third year that three groups on the San Francisco Peninsula – San Mateo Peace Action, Indivisible CA-14 and the Raging Grannies Action League – came together at the corner 3rd Ave and El Camino to sponsor a musical rally in solidarity with the Women's March[70]
Santa Ana 10,000-12,000[71] 2020 OC Women's March; Civic Center Drive & Flower Street. US Rep. Katie Porter spoke at the rally;[2][43] Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley attended.[60]
Santa Barbara 1,000+[72] Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Garden – De la Guerra Plaza, in front of City Hall[73]
Santa Cruz 0 On January 8, 2020, Santa Cruz Women's March announced it was retiring as a chapter & organization, joining three other California chapters doing likewise[74]
Santa Maria few hundred[72] Santa Maria held its 2nd annual march[69] at Minami Community Park; its theme was "Because We Refuse to be Silenced."[68] Among those in attendance were Santa Maria Mayor Alice Patino & US Rep Salud Carbajal.[68][75]
Santa Rosa 1,000[76] Old Courthouse Square[77]
Sonora 100[78] Courthouse Square
Stanford dozens[79] Stanford Womxn's March; White Memorial Plaza, Lausen Mall
Truckee 100[80] Tahoe Truckee Women's March; Eagle Statue, Donner Pass Road
Ukiah 100+[81] Ukiah Courthouse
Ventura 1,000[82] Plaza Park Ventura, 651 E. Thompson Blvd. U.S. Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) addressed the crowd from the park's bandstand before the march began.
Visalia 100[83] intersection of Mooney Blvd & Walnut Ave
Walnut Creek[25] hundreds[84] Women's March Contra Costa 2020; Civic Park Community Center[27]
Yucca Valley 30[85] Twentynine Palms Highway / corner of Hwy 62 and 247 (Old Woman Springs Rd.)[36]
 Colorado Alamosa 275-200[86] San Luis Valley Women's March; ASU Campus, Main St (Hwy 160) & Richardson
Aspen[87] 50[88] Gondola Plaza / Paepke Park
Broomfield 200[89] Broomfield Community Park Amphitheater – Broomfield Civic area[90]
Jan. 25 Colorado Springs 800-1,000[91] The 2020 COS Womxn's March started and ended at City Auditorium, wending through downtown streets. Keynote speakers inside the auditorium were Stephany Rose Spaulding & Lorena Garcia, two senatorial candidates seeking the Democratic nomination to run against Sen. Cory Gardner.[92]
Cortez 250[93] Cortez City Park
Denver 10,000[94] Womxn's March Denver was held once again at Civic Center Park, following a route around the State Capitol and back to the park (rally not included).[87]
Durango hundreds[95] College Drive – Buckley Park
Estes Park 35[96] Bond Park
Fraser 30[97] Foundry Cinema Parking Lot – Winter Park – Village Drive
Glenwood Springs 250[98][99] Centennial Park – downtown Glenwood[100]
Grand Junction hundreds[101] Western Colorado Women's March; Old Mesa County Courthouse – march down Rood Ave and Main St[102]
Greeley 150+[103] Lady Liberty at Weld County Courthouse steps – gazebo at center of Lincoln Park[104]
Gunnison 15[105] event held at Legion Park Pavilion by WCU Women's Student Lounge[106]
Steamboat Springs 100+[107] Library Hall – Historic Routt County Courthouse
Telluride 25[108] event held at Elks Park[109]
Trinidad[87] 26[110] event held intersection of Main St & Santa Fe Trail
Vail 65[111] Vail Village – Lionshead
 Connecticut Bridgeport several dozen[112] Instead of staging marches, event organizers in Connecticut held "Day of Action" press conferences outside several city federal buildings, including Bridgeport Superior Court[113]
East Haddam 70+[114] Two Wrasslin' Cats Coffee House[115][116]
Hartford 49[117] A "Day of Action" press conference was held on the steps of the Connecticut State Capitol[113][118][119]
Kent 120+[120] 4th Annual Kent Women's March; Golden Falcon Field
Mystic 8[121] RiseUpMystic Women's March; event planned near the John Kelley Statue[122]
New Haven 35[123] - 50[124] A "Day of Action" press conference was held outside New Haven Superior Court[113][125]
Stamford 10[126] #PinkWave2020 Rally for Women's Rights; Stamford Government Center[113]
 Delaware Jan. 19 Lewes 100[127] Women's March Sussex 2020 Delaware would have participated in the MLK Jr. Celebration Parade on Saturday 18th, starting at The Lewes School and ending at St. Peter's Episcopal Church.[128] But due to uncertain weather conditions, the parade was canceled. So, on Sunday 19th, 100 people gathered at the Lewes Public Library for a "Looking Back, Moving Ahead" rally.[129]
Newark 200[130] Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark – St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
 Florida Daytona Beach Broadway Bridge, South Beach St. and International Speedway
Flagler Beach 500[131] Wadsworth Park – Veteran's Park. Nancy Soderberg, an American foreign policy strategist and former congressional candidate for Rep. Michael Waltz' seat, served as keynote speaker;[132] current candidate for said seat, Richard Thripp, attended the rally.[133]
Fort Myers 1,000[134] Alliance for the Arts, McGregor Blvd – Centennial Park[135]
Gulfport few hundred Gulfport's 2nd annual Women's March was bigger than its first in 2019, at Gulfport Casino and along Shore Boulevard[136]
Jacksonville 250[137] United for Change Rally & March; Hemming Park - Court House[138]
Key West hundreds[139][140] US Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell joined the 4th annual Women's March in Key West,[141] which began at Pocket Park, near the southernmost House,[142] and traveled the entire length of Duval Street,[143] ending with a rally at Mallory Square.
Melbourne dozens Brevard Women's March 2020 formed up near the Eau Gallie Causeway Boat Ramp and proceeded over the Causeway towards the Melbourne mainland before returning to the starting point. Also gathered nearby was a group of conservatives, many carrying flags and signs in support of President Trump. At some points, the opposing sides were amongst each other.[144]
Miami Gardens hundreds Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex[145]
Naples 2,000+[146] 5th Avenue South – Cambier Park[135]
New Smyrna Beach NSB Women Rising Honk and Wave; event planned at corner of Washington St (44) and Riverside Drive
Ocala 100[147] Ocala Downtown Historic Square
Jan. 18 & 19 Orlando few hundred[148] Two women's marches happened over the weekend at Orlando City Hall, both with hundreds in attendance. On Saturday, Central Florida Chapter of Women's March Florida got a spot in the Martin Luther King Parade and called out to all Central Florida women to come out and join.[149] On Sunday, Women's and Allies March 2020, hosted by Orange County Florida Chapter of the National Organization for Women, marched to Lake Eola Park. State Reps Anna Eskamani & Amy Mercado & Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan spoke at the latter event.[150] A small group of pro-life counter-protesters waved signs and used a megaphone to interrupt speakers; attendees responded by forming a circle around the aggressors, with locked hands and fabric butterfly wings unfurled from their arms.[151]
Pensacola 200[152] Seville Square / Pensacola City Hall
Punta Gorda 200+[153] Charlotte County Women's March 2020; Laishley Park Pavilion – northbound US 41 bridge. US congressional candidate Allen Ellison participated in the march.
Sarasota[1] few hundred[154] Unconditional Surrender (Kissing Statue), Bayfront – John Ringling Causeway Bridge – Bird Key[155]
Tallahassee 100[156] Florida State Capitol Building[157]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Jan. 25 Atlanta 63[158] Georgia Women's Alliance Rally was held at Manuel's Tavern and hosted by state Senate candidate Triana Arnold James.[159]
 Guam Hagåtña hundreds[160] Fanohge Famalao'an Women's March, led by Micronesia Climate Change Alliance and Maga'håga Rising,[160] ran from Agana Bay at the Paseo de Susana park to the Women of the Islands statue next to Alupang Beach Tower, where they performed a tribute to survivors of violence.[161] Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero, the first female governor of the island, attended the event.[162]
 Hawaii Jan. 19 Hilo hundreds[163] march begun at Mo'oheau Bandstand[164]
Honolulu event planned at Hawaii State Capitol / Honolulu Zoo[164]
Kailua event planned near 1467 Kiukee Place
Kahului 1,000+[165] UH Maui College
 Idaho Boise 1,500+[166] Hundreds showed up at Idaho Capitol Mall on Saturday for two separate marches. The first one, at 9 a,m., was the Fourth Annual Women's March, with the theme "Demonstrating the Power of Idaho Women in Our Democracy." Former Democratic nominee for governor in 2018 and former state representative Paulette Jordan emcee'd the event.[167] Standing across Jefferson Street from the Capitol were groups of anti-abortion activists and a rally of MAGA Girls,[168] whose views were espoused at the Boise March for Life later that afternoon.[169]
Jan. 25 Idaho Falls 150+[170] Museum of Idaho - Idaho Falls Public Library[171]
Ketchum 100[172] State Rep Muffy Davis spoke at the rally in Ketchum Town Square.
Moscow 200[173] Women's March on the Palouse; Moscow City Hall – East City Park
Sandpoint several hundred[174] Sandpoint Middle School Gymnasium
 Illinois Jan. 25 Champaign-Urbana few dozen[175] UIUC Women's March 2020; Alma Mater, Main Quad[176]
Chicago[1] 10,000[177] After a hiatus in 2019, and despite a winter storm, thousands gathered in Grant Park and marched to Federal Plaza for Chicago's 3rd Women's March (albeit with only a fraction of the turnouts from the previous two). New Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot participated.[178] Among issues of focus were the 2020 census, gun violence protection, climate change, affordable health care & voting rights. After the march officially ended, a group of 100 walked to Trump Towers for further protest.[179]
Evanston 154[180] Members of Indivisible Evanston gathered at Evanston Davis Street station[180] to join up with Chicago's 2020 march.[181][182]
Geneva[178] 1,200[183][184] The 2nd Women's March Fox Valley, with the theme "March to the Polls," gathered at the Old Kane County Courthouse. A group representing Indivisible Aurora attended the march. Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns welcomed the crowd; other keynote speakers were US Reps Lauren Underwood & Bill Foster.[183]
Oak Park 8[185] "Kina (Collins) for Congress" campaign at Ridgeland Station[185]
Rockford 200+[186] Rockford City Market Pavilion[187] - State Street Bridge and back. Rep Cheri Bustos & Rockford Mayor Tom McNamara were among those who braved frigid temperatures to participate in the march.[188]
Mar. 8 Springfield hundreds[189] Illinois State Capitol, Lincoln Statue; rally rescheduled from its original frigid January date[190] to International Women's Day.[191] Second-time congressional candidate Betsy Dirksen Londrigan was present, again trying to unseat U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis.[192]
Woodstock[178] 200[193] Woodstock Square Historic District
 Indiana Evansville[194] event planned at University of Evansville, in front of Olmsted Hall
Fort Wayne 64[195] event held at Allen County Courthouse
Jan. 18 & 22 Indianapolis dozens[196] On Saturday January 18th, Indy Women's March 2020 took place near Soldiers and Sailors Monument at Monument Circle, where people marched around in chilling rain.[197] On Wednesday, January 22, Indiana March for Choice 2020 observed the 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade at Monument Circle[198] - primarily as a counter-protest to a pro-life march and rally headed for the State House.[199]
 Iowa Jan. 25 Dubuque dozens Organized by Indivisible Dubuque, the event took place indoors at Steeple Square; poor road and weather conditions postponed its original date, January 18, by one week, closer to the Iowa caucuses.[200] Key speakers included state Sen. Pam Jochum, U.S. Senate Democratic candidates Kimberly Graham, Eddie Mauro and Cal Woods (vying for incumbent Sen. Joni Ernst's seat), and representatives from the Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren and Tom Steyer campaigns.[201]
Iowa City 0 Iowa City's fourth annual Women's March, set for downtown Pedestrian Mall, was canceled due to inclement weather.[202]
Red Oak SW Iowa Women's March Red Oak (hometown of Sen. Joni Ernst) planned an event at Legion Park.[203]
Jan. 25 Waterloo hundreds Cedar Valley Women's March held its first event at Single Speed Brewery, then paraded down Commercial & Jefferson Streets.[204]
 Kansas Lawrence 50+[205] rally & march held at South Park, Massachusetts St
Jan. 25 Pittsburg dozens[206] SEK NOW Women's March in Downtown Pittsburg[207]
Jan. 25 Wichita 500[208] - 2,000[209] Women's March Air Capital 2020 gathered at Old Town Square and marched less than a block to the rally venue, The Wave, on E 2nd Street.[209] Their theme was "The Time is Now."[210]
 Kentucky Lexington few hundred[211] Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza. The march opened with a feminist rendition of "America the Beautiful"[212] and speeches from prominent activists (including State Rep Attica Scott),[213] before marchers walked down Main Street.[214]
Louisville 100+[215] At Louisville Metro Hall,[216] US Rep. John Yarmuth & state Reps Attica Scott & Charles Booker spoke to the crowd.[215]
 Louisiana St. Francisville West Feliciana Parish Courthouse – Parker Park, via Ferdinand Street[217]
 Maine Auburn Event planned at Longley Bridge (Auburn Side), Main St & Court St[218]
Bar Harbor 80[2] Island Women's March 2020; Village Green[219]
Eastport 31[220] Shead High School - Washington St & Water St - Fisherman Statue
Portland several hundred[221] Monument Square, Congress Street – Portland High School. Some demonstrators carried signs in support of Donald Trump's impeachment,[222] while others singled out US Senator Susan Collins for her vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.[223]
 Maryland Annapolis 100[224] Whitmore Urban Park; Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley gave remarks before the march.
Ocean City 50[225] Ocean City Boardwalk
 Massachusetts Andover[226] ~80 Shawsheen Square
Ashfield 55[227] Ashfield Town Hall
Ayer event planned at Ayer Town Hall[228]
Boston 0 March Forward Massachusetts, which had overseen previous women's marches in Boston and Cambridge, decided in November 2019 not to hold another one in January 2020 due to financial strain and waning enthusiasm for freezing winter cold.[226]
Cambridge ~65[226] Cambridge Common; this spontaneous rally happened only in response to a Facebook event page which had no official sponsor or organization behind it.[226][229]
Greenfield event planned at Greenfield Town Common
Ipswich 100[230] People gathered in 20-degree temperature at Ipswich Center Green, next to the Hall-Haskell House, and held signs before passing cars. Topsfield native Jamie Zahlaway Belsito, a congressional candidate for Rep. Seth Moulton's seat, was among about half a dozen speakers.
Martha's Vineyard 40+[231] Five Corners, Vineyard Haven
Northborough[226] dozen "Trust Women" rally; Trinity Church of Northborough[232]
Springfield (was Northampton) 500[233] Having taken place three times in Northampton, the 4th Annual Pioneer Valley Women's March was moved to Springfield; people marched along Main Street from Northgate Center parking lot to Springfield City Hall.
 Michigan Adrian 2[234] event planned at Old Court House on Main St[235]
Clinton Township 50 Macomb Michigan Women's March Sister March; Patridge Creek Mall. The 50 people who showed up to rally were also joined by 10 pro-Trump counter-protesters.[236]
Douglas / Saugatuck 100[237] Saugatuck-Douglas Sister March; Beery Field
Holland 0 event planned at Centennial Park,[235] then cancelled in favor of going to the Douglas/Saugatuck march[238]
Houghton 50[239] Portage Lake Lift Bridge, between Houghton and Hancock
Kalamazoo 200+[240] Bronson Park – First Congregational Church
Lansing several hundred[241] Despite a prior winter storm of 6 inches of snow, hundreds gathered at Lansing Capital Building. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, US Rep. Elissa Slotkin, US Sen Debbie Stabenow & state AG Dana Nessel (keynote speaker) rallied the crowd.[242]
Ludington 50[243] Despite inches of snow in Rotary Park, the first Ludington Women's March went on as scheduled. The event was cut short by an hour, and the march portion of the rally was swapped for a sing-along.
Marquette hundreds[244] At the Marquette Commons, hundreds turned up for the city's forth annual Women's March. Following the march, the second annual Women's March Post-Reception Rise U.P. was held by Northern Michigan University's Public Relations Student Society of America chapter at the Ore Dock Brewing Co.[245]
Midland 20+[246] rally held at Veterans Memorial at Midland County Courthouse[247]
Suttons Bay Micro-March Leelanau; event planned at Suttons Bay Post Office parking lot[248]
Traverse City[235] 50[249] - 230[250] Women's March TC 2020; People gathered at Workshop Brewing Company and marched downtown in the snow.[251]
 Minnesota Bemidji 60[252] Bemidji State University's Beaux Arts Ballroom – Paul Bunyon & Babe the Blue Ox statues (2 mile route).[253] The topic of refugees became a central focus in this 2020 march. Earlier on January 7, the Beltrami County Board of Commissioners voted 3–2 to opt out of the United States Refugee Resettlement Program, as authorized through an executive order by President Trump. The vote later became temporarily null on January 15 after a decision in federal court. Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht addressed these developments at the rally.[252]
Feb. 14 Duluth hundreds[254] 5th Annual MMIW Memorial March, hosted by the American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO). Hundreds marched through downtown Duluth.
Grand Marais event planned at corner of Wisconsin St & Hwy 61, near Java Moose; hosted by Arrowhead Indivisible[255]
Northfield 80[256] Ames Park – Bridge Square, via Division Street[257]
St. Peter 0 Nicollet County Courthouse – Minnesota Square Park Pavilion (canceled due to forecast of bad weather)[258]
Thief River Falls event planned at City Hall
 Mississippi Jackson 58[259] events held at Mississippi Civil Rights Museum[260] and the State Capitol.[261]
Philadelphia event planned at DeWeese Park
 Missouri Columbia 100[262] People occupied the Boone County Courthouse Plaza in frigid temperatures, then marched down Broadway and Tenth Street.
Kansas City couple hundred[263] Two rallies were planned at KC on January 18, 2020. In response to the traditional Women's March KC, run by Unity Southeast in Kansas City at J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain on the [Country Club] Plaza,[264] the Reale Justice Network created a more inclusive alternative event, the KC Reale Womxn's Rally,[265] at the Mohart Community Center, to talk issues faced by women of color and transgender.[266]
St. Louis thousands[267] Demonstrators gathered at Poelker Park (across from City Hall) and marched along Market St towards the St. Louis Arch grounds.[268] Themes of this year's march were "Be Counted"[267] and "March to the Polls."[269]
 Montana Bozeman 500-700[270] Gallatin & Park County Women's March 2020; Main St & 8th Ave – MSU's SUB Ballroom A[271]
Hamilton 200+[272] Ravalli County Women's March; River Park
Helena 700+[273] At Memorial Park, Congressional candidate and former state Rep. Kathleen Williams delivered an impassioned keynote address during the event that boasted the theme of "Put a Woman in Charge."
Missoula 13[274] Higgins Avenue Bridge
Whitefish 50[270] across from the Whitefish Middle School
 Nebraska (Apr. 4) Lincoln 0[275] Lincoln Women's March 2020; UNL Nebraska Unions. A poor weather forecast for the original date of March 14 led organizers to delay the march by three weeks,[276] by which time the Coronavirus pandemic forced them to cancel.[277]
Mar. 8 Omaha hundreds[278] 2020 Omaha Women's Day March took place at Turner Park. Democratic Senate candidate Alisha Shelton participated.[279]
 Nevada Las Vegas hundreds[280] Empowering Women March in Downtown Las Vegas started at Llama Lot and arrived at the Lloyd D. George Courthouse,[281] where hundreds rallied for about 90 minutes. A small group of counterprotesters stood by, with one member (armed with a handgun) using a megaphone to shout out various far-right insults at marchers; Metropolitan Police maintained a 20-foot buffer on the court's front sidewalk. US Rep. Steven Horsford participated in the march, but did not speak at the rally.[280]
Pahrump Pahrump Women Rising 2020 March; event planned at Hwy 160 and Hwy 372, corner by Nugget
Reno thousands[282] Thousands packed Reno City Plaza by the Believe Sign, then marched down North Virginia Beach to the Reno Events Center. Among the crowd were 250 Pete Buttigieg supporters, aka "barnstormers for Pete,"[283] as well as advocates for LGBTQ+ rights and members of Indigenous Northern Nevada tribes.[284][285]
 New Hampshire Concord hundreds New Hampshire State House. US Sen. Jeanne Shaheen & US Rep. Chris Pappas spoke at the rally.[2][229] Former Massachusetts governor and 2020 Republican challenger to Donald Trump, Bill Weld was also present.[2]
Keene event planned at Central Square
Lancaster North County Women's March; event planned at Welcome Center parking lot[286]
Portsmouth 300[287] Seacoast Women's March 2020 was held at Market Square. Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made a campaign stop to a delighted crowd, and delivered a speech in front of the North Church.[287]
Wilton 22 Outside the Wilton Public Library, a "Travelling Sununu Graveyard" was staged, with makeshift headstones for 57 legislative bills vetoed by Governor Chris Sununu.[288]
 New Jersey Atlantic City hundreds Weather conditions forced organizers to skip the usual outdoor boardwalk march and host the entire event inside Adrian Phillips Ballroom at Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall,[289] under the 2020 theme "Together We Rise." The weather also prevented Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver from attending the rally and giving the keynote speech.[290]
 New Mexico Jan. 22 Alamogordo For the lack of a 2020 march in Las Cruces, southern New Mexicans were given a chance to show their support at the annual Roe v Wade Commemorative Demonstration, hosted by We Trust Women, at the intersection of White Sands Blvd and 10th Street in Alamogordo.[291]
Jan. 19 Albuquerque 2,000+[292] Albuquerque Civic Plaza.[293] US Reps Deb Haaland & Ben Ray Luján were among a dozen speakers.[292]
Santa Fe hundreds[294] New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse)
Socorro 55[295] Great Socorro Women's March; New Mexico Tech – Plaza Park
Taos 100[296] Taos Women Rising, at Taos Town Plaza
 New York Beacon dozen Southern Dutchess Resist; Polhill Park[297]
Jan. 19 Buffalo 200+[298] Despite cold, snowy & windy conditions on Sunday afternoon, hundreds still took to Niagara Square outside Buffalo City Hall.[299][300]
Cobleskill event planned at Veteran's Park[301]
Cold Spring Hudson Highlands Women Rising in Cold Spring - A group of Philipstown residents gathered on the great lawn at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in frigid weather before walking to the train to send off a contingent to the annual Women's March in New York City.[302]
Jan. 19 Elmira ~100[303] Wisner Park, Church & Main St. Democratic congressional candidate Tracy Mitrano was present.
Glens Falls 150[304] Starting at Crandall Park, over a hundred women & men walked three blocks along Glen Street to the Crandall Public Library. The day before, a pro-Trump group had boasted on social media of staging a counter-protest, but only three showed up by which time most of the marchers had dispersed.[304][305]
Lewis 34[306] Adirondack Women's March 2020; Lewis Cemetery (grave of suffragette Inez Milholland)[307]
New York City[1] 10,000[308][309] Two marching groups – Women's March Alliance & Women's March NYC – gathered respectively at Central Park Columbus Circle and Foley Square, but later converged near Times Square with a unifying theme, "Rise and Roar."[310] Borough-based organizations like Move Forward Staten Island and Staten Island Women Who March traveled to the march via the Staten Island Ferry.[311] Evelyn Yang, sexual assault survivor and wife of presidential candidate Andrew Yang, spoke in New York City;[2][44][312] Sen. Chuck Schumer greeted the marchers.[47]
Port Jefferson 100[308] Resistance Corner on Nesconset Highway; 100 people showed up, compared with 2,000 in 2017.
Port Jervis 200-300[313] St. Peter's Lutheran Church[314]
Potsdam 30[315] rally held at Potsdam Town Hall[316]
Saratoga Springs 300[317] Congress Park at Trask Memorial Fountain (near Saratoga Arts Council)[318]
Schenectady 300[317] 1st annual Schenectady Women's March; Schenectady City Hall – Schenectady YWCA[317]
Jan. 17 – 19 Seneca Falls thousands[319] The Fourth annual Women's March in Seneca Falls, home of the first Convention on Women's Rights, took place from Friday to Sunday, as thousands came to commemorate the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. Activities started Friday at the Auburn Equal Rights Heritage Center.[320] On Saturday, at Trinity Park, the march was kicked off by Coline Jenkins, great-great-granddaughter of suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Attendees braved snow and freezing temperatures as they marched from Lower Fall Street to Trinity Lane.[321] The event concluded on Sunday at First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls.[320]
Syracuse 150[322] People marched in bitter cold from the James M. Hanley Federal Building to the University United Methodist Church
Utica 50[323] Mohawk Valley YWCA – Utica City Hall[324]
Woodstock hundreds 2020 Woodstock NY Women's March; Playhouse Land – Village Green. Participants at the front of the procession held up larger than life puppets made by Redwing Blackbird Theater.[325]
 North Carolina Jan. 11 Albemarle several dozen[326] event held at EE Waddell Center[327]
Sept. 20 Asheville ~85[328] (online) Organizers were unable to host an official Women's March in January 2020 because of financial strain and arctic temperatures, but they announced another would be planned "around the month of September 2020... close to election time."[329] As the Coronavirus pandemic would have it, the rally officially became virtual.[330]
Black Mountain hundreds[331] Town Square[332]
Jan. 25 Charlotte "at least several thousand"[333] First Ward Park. The turnout was considerably larger than in 2019, according to Laura Meier, co-president of Charlotte Women's Movement, and with more youth than ever bringing a renewed energy.[333] US Rep Deb Butler of Wilmington delivered the keynote; other speakers were several teenage climate activists.[334] One anti-abortion protester showed up with a placard and began shouting, only to be encircled and drowned out by a dozen women, then escorted away by a park ranger.[333]
Fayetteville Fayetteville NOW marching with Cape Fear Indivisible in the MLK parade.[335]
Jan. 26 Raleigh thousands[336] Halifax Mall, 16 W. Jones St. The theme for this year's event was "Women Protecting the Future." Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger & Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes showed up for the rally.[337]
Sylva 200[338] Bridge Park, 76 Railroad Avenue. Bad weather kept attendees in Sylva from marching on Saturday, but the crowd still gathered in support of the event.[339]
Wilmington 500[340] Innes Park. US Rep Deb Butler spoke at the rally (she would later speak at Charlotte the following Saturday), as did US Senate candidate Dr. Erica D. Smith.
 North Dakota Bismarck 60[341] Bismarck's 2020 march not only celebrated women's rights but also offered their support to refugees.[341]
Mar. 7 Fargo ~50+ Due to a snowstorm, the 2020 Fargo-Moorhead Women's March, set to begin at NDSU Memorial Union Ballroom,[342] had to be rescheduled from January to March, on International Women's Day.[341] ND House Rep Karla Rose Hanson was a pre-rally speaker, and dozens participated in the march.[343]
Minot march planned at Ward County Courthouse[344]
 Ohio Akron 200[345] Freezing rain, treacherous roads and 4 inches of slush on sidewalks Saturday forced organizers to delay Akron's march 30 minutes and then move it indoors at Musica, where they focused on the lack of economic opportunity in the black community, environmental issues on Akron's east and south sides, limits on local Planned Parenthood, homelessness and refugees.[345]
Canton 80-100[346] Despite cold rain & slushy sidewalks, 80-100 people showed up for the 4th Annual Northeast Ohio Women's March Canton, starting in Central Plaza, then heading around the Stark County Courthouse.
Cincinnati hundreds[347] Sawyer Point Park[348]
Cleveland 200[349] Steps of Cleveland City Hall[350] – Public Square[351]
Columbus 0 Columbus, OH did not stage a women's march in 2020. Despite its endurance as a global movement, former executive director of the Ohio Women's March Rhiannon Childs said organizing the march demanded a high level of stamina that wasn't sustainable.[352]
Dayton 150[353] After being snowed out of a march in 2019, people were back rallying in Dayton at Courthouse Square,[354] albeit as a smaller crowd against rainy weather.
Delaware few dozen[355] Delaware County Courthouse - Bicentennial Park Gazebo. Congressional candidate Alaina Shearer was one of the guest speakers.[356]
Wellington event planned at Wellington Public Library
Westerville 100[357] Westerville City Hall – Otterbein University
Wooster 50[358] Wintry weather conditions forced organizers to cancel the march to the Wooster City Municipal Building, and just stick with a rally in the downtown square.
 Oklahoma Jan. 25 Oklahoma City 350[359] Women's March Oklahoma (WMOK) gathered at Scissortail Park. The march's theme was #WomenRising2020[360]
Tulsa hundreds[361] Guthrie Green – John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park[362]
 Oregon Sept. 20 Ashland (was Medford) ~50+[363][364] The Women's March Southern Oregon 2020 in Jackson County, originally scheduled on March 29 and set to start and end at the Medford Armory, followed by a Women's Faire,[365] was called off in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, with the hope of possible rescheduling in the fall.[366] As fate would have it, a Sunday vigil for the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was held at Ashland Plaza, sponsored by both Women's March Southern Oregon[367] and Oregon District 2-Indivisible.[368] Ashland city councilor & mayoral candidate Tonya Graham[363] spoke at the vigil.[364]
Astoria 20[369] Indivisible North Coast Oregon (INCO) planned an event, "March to Win," in downtown Astoria at Heritage Square.[370]
Brookings 75[371] Curry County Triple Women's March 2020 – Women on Fire; People gathered at the Curry Democrats Office and marched for 90 minutes. Apart from passing cars on Highway 101 that honked and waved their support, there was one truck with a "Trump 2020" banner from its bed that drove by the group multiple times.[372]
Coos Bay 85[373] Coos Bay Boardwalk, Hwy 101 and Anderson
Corvallis "Still We Rise" march planned at Central Park[374]
The Dalles hundreds[375] 2020 Gorge Womxns March was held at The Dalles City Park.[376] One of the attendees, Alex Spenser, a Klamath Falls native involved with Klamath Indivisible, soon thereafter declared her congressional candidacy for Oregon's District 2.[377]
Eugene 40[378] University of Oregon EMU fishbowl, 405 E 8th Ave – Federal Courthouse. The event was more informal and improvised, rather than organized in advance as before.
Florence 100+[379] Florence United Methodist Church – Hwy 101
Gold Beach[371] 30[380] old library parking lot, east of County Courthouse Square on Hwy 101 - Ray's[381]
Hood River 20[382] Jackson Park – Hood River Library
Klamath Falls 4th Women's March in Klamath Falls[383] planned by local native activist (& recent candidate for Congress) Alex Spenser.[377]
Port Orford[371] 100+[384] Battle Rock Beach, Hwy 101 at Jefferson[385][386]
Mar. 1 Portland thousands[387] 2020 Womxn's March & Rally for Action Portland; held at South Park Blocks at Portland State University[388]
Redmond (was Bend) hundreds[389] The organizers of Central Oregon Women's March in Bend decided to move their annual event to Redmond to attract more supporters from outlying communities in the High Desert. Hundreds did gather in Redmond's Centennial Park.[390]
Roseburg 100[391] Douglas County Womxn's March; in front of Fred Meyer, Garden Valley Blvd
Mar. 8 Salem 700[392] rally held on International Women's Day at State Capitol Mall Park
Sandy event planned at Centennial Plaza[393]
Yachats march planned at Yachats Commons[374]
 Pennsylvania Allentown 20+[394] The King Day of Action Community Bonfire event, hosted by Lehigh Valley Stands Up, was held at Resurrected Life Community Parking Lot.[395]
Beaver four dozen[396] Beaver County Courthouse. US Rep. Conor Lamb attended the rally.
Clarion 0 event planned at Clarion Free Library[397] but cancelled due to inclement weather[398]
Doylestown 0 potluck event planned at Salem Church (home of the Rainbow Room), but cancelled due to a snowstorm.[399]
Easton Community Potluck and Puppet Parade; event planned at Book & Puppet Co[400]
Gettysburg dozens[401] Lincoln Square – Unity Park, on Baltimore Street
Indiana Women Rising 2020; event planned at Artists Hand Gallery
Kingston event planned at Kirby Park
Media Barrell Community Park, corner of State & Radnor - local courthouse[402]
New Castle dozens Women's March 2020 – 100 Years of Strong Women; Atrium of the Riverplex[403]
Philadelphia 300[404] Logan Circle – Philadelphia Museum of Art. Several hundred came despite snowy weather; Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney spoke to the crowd.[405]
Pittsburgh couple hundred At City County building on Grant St, people huddled on the landing from the freezing rain, then marched to Market Square, where they were met by counter-protesters.[406] Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto was scheduled to speak.[407]
Aug. 16 Pottsville 35[408] Schuylkill Women Rising 2020; Union Station, Progress Cir – Majestic Theater (postponed from 1/18 due to bad weather)[409]
Reading 100+[410] Participants gathered in the lobby DoubleTree by Hilton hotel at Sixth and Penn, for what would have been Reading's first physical procession outdoors to City Hall (previous rallies were held in City Park). But heavy snowfall and cold temperatures created hazardous conditions for walking, so the event was re-accommodated in the hotel amphitheater.[411]
State College Women's March at Penn State; event planned at Old Main, 200 Pollock Road, University Park
Wilkes-Barre 60+[412][413] NEPA Women's March held its second event at Millennium Circle.[414] Scranton Mayor Paige Cognetti & US Rep. Matt Cartwright were present.[415]
York just under 100[416] The first Women's March in York, PA headed down Market Street / Central Penn Market, exterior
 Rhode Island Providence 300[417] Rhode Island State House steps
 South Carolina Columbia at least 5[418] rally held at South Carolina State House
Greenville 100[419] One City Plaza.[420] US Rep Chandra Dillard spoke at the rally.[419]
Myrtle Beach hundreds[421] Myrtle Beach held its 3rd annual Women's March at Chapin Park. There was a voter registration booth, and representatives from the presidential campaigns of Bernie Sanders and Tom Steyer came to speak. A representative from Pete Buttigieg's campaign was also supposed to be there, but got stuck in a snowstorm.[422]
 South Dakota Jan. 25 Rapid City 200+[423] SD West River March for Women; Central High School – Memorial Park Bandshell.[424] After-march event at Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn.[425]
Sioux Falls 100[426] Multi-Cultural Center of Sioux Falls; a snow storm forced organizers to hold the rally indoors and forego a march to City Hall.[427]
 Tennessee Bristol couple dozen[428] 2020 Women's March – Bristol TN/VA; Bristol Sign
Chattanooga 100[429] Chattanooga Women's Rally 2020, held at Miller Park (instead of Coolidge Park), suffered low turnout and a rift among dissatisfied protesters due to several factors: 1) the decision to hold a rally instead of a march,[430] 2) rainy weather (as was the case the previous year), & 3) the invitation of none-too-progressive Tennessee politicians, such as Republican state Rep Robin Smith, to speak at the rally.[431][432]
Johnson City hundreds[428] Women's March Tri-Cities; King Commons – Founders Park
Sept. 20 Knoxville 100-150[433] In response to both lousy weather at the 2019 turnout and confusion sowed by Facebook trolls with fake event pages, Women's March Coalition of East Tennessee announced that their 2020 event, set for Chilhowee Park & Expo Center, would coincide with National Voter Registration Day, September 22.[434] Just two nights prior, the group gathered at Krutch Park for a more somber occasion – a vigil for the recent passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, less than seven weeks before the 2020 election.[435]
Memphis 250+[436] Clayborn Temple – National Civil Rights Museum. Democratic U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen and former Shelby County Democratic Party chairman Corey Strong, a challenger to Cohen in the August Democratic primaries, were part of the march.
Murfreesboro 500[437] Power Together Women's March Tennessee, in its fourth year, shifted its official location from Nashville to Murfreesboro, with a rally & march at Civic Plaza, where they could "sustainably connect grassroots organizations to more Tennesseans on issues that matter to them the most."[438] Many attended a Planned Parenthood workshop on protecting reproductive rights. 10 counterprotesters were present during the march.[437]
Nashville ~50[439] In response to Power Together Tennessee's move to Murfreesboro, the Nashville Peace and Justice Center sponsored its own alternative event, The Nashville Women's Rally (no march included) at Public Square Park.[440] This effort was made "not in competition with [the former event... but] in solidarity," in hopes of raising awareness about an upcoming August celebration of the centennial of women's suffrage.[438]
Oak Ridge dozens[441] To commemorate both the Women's March and the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King,[442] the 2nd Human Rights Rally in Oak Ridge was held at Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church,[443] followed by a march to First Presbyterian Church.[444]
 Texas Abilene ~26[445] Women's March in the Key City; 555 Walnut St
Amarillo ~50[446] Sam Houston Park
Austin[1] 3,500[447] Women's March ATX was held at the Texas State Capitol. Speakers included Austin City Council member Delia Garza (emcee), state Rep Celia Israel & (former) Democratic congressional candidate Wendy Davis.[448][449]
Brownsville 0 The Valley Rising Rally; event planned at Linear Park,[450] but cancelled due to bad weather.[451]
Corpus Christi 75[452] US Rep Michael Cloud's office, Shoreline Blvd
Jan. 19 Dallas 1,000+[453] The 4th Dallas Women's March started Sunday afternoon at St. Paul United Methodist Church in the Arts District and made its way to Dallas City Hall.[454][455]
Denton 200+[456] Courthouse-on-the-Square
Jan. 19 Fort Worth 1,000-2,000[457] Tarrant County Courthouse. Organizers originally hoped for around 5,000 attendees, compared with the actual 2020 estimate.
Jan. 25 Houston few hundred[458][459] Houston Women March On (HWMO)'s 4th Annual March began at Cistern/Water Works near Buffalo Bayou Park, and ended at Houston City Hall (a change of destination from Eleanor Tinsley Park).[460] US Rep Sheila Jackson Lee spoke at the rally.[461]
Lubbock ~32[462] Tim Cole Memorial Park[463]
San Antonio hundreds[464] We Rise: San Antonio's 2020 Women's March; Travis Park – Alamo Plaza[465]
Tyler dozens[466] 1st Women's March in Tyler; Downtown Square – Cathedral of Immaculate Conception
 Utah Kanab event planned at Kane County Court House
Logan ~100[467] The Fourth Annual Women's March of Logan took place at the Historic Cache County Courthouse.[468] The turnout was considerably bigger than the first year, plus the "March for Two" initiative was started to help the event include people who could not march due to disabilities or other reasons.[469]
Provo hundreds[470] Pioneer Park – Utah Historic Courthouse[471]
Salt Lake City several hundred[472] The SLC Womxn's March 2020, hosted by Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) of Utah Group, took place in Washington Square Park, and led to the State Capitol.[473]
Jan. 25 St. George dozens[474] Vernon Worthen Park. This year's rally placed emphasis on the importance of the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.
 Vermont Castleton[229] few hundred Womxn Rising Vermont took place indoors at Castleton University's Fine Arts Center. The keynote speaker, state Rep Summer Lee (D-PA) emphasized the importance of intersectional activism.[475]
 Virginia Fredericksburg 13[476] event held at Spotsylvania Towne Centre
Norfolk 0 The 4th Girls Take Granby Women's March was scheduled to take place on Waterside Drive,[477] then got cancelled (according to its Facebook event page).[478]
Mar. 7 Roanoke 800[479] Roanoke's 2020 rally & march was held at Elmwood Park on the day before International Women's Day.[480] Strong turnout was boosted by the excitement of presidential election season, despite the fact that, in the wake of Super Tuesday, Sens. Elizabeth Warren & Amy Klobuchar became the most recent female candidates to withdraw from the race for the Democratic nomination.[479]
Winchester 75[481] Shenandoah Valley Civil War Museum – Loudoun Street Mall
 Washington Bellingham 600[482] Bellingham Womxn's March; Bellingham City Hall.[483] Mayor Seth Fleetwood & US Rep. Rick Larsen greeted the crowd.
(Mar. 7) Bremerton 0 Empowering Womxn & Girls, an event planned by MeToo Kitsap and other organizations at Olympic College,[484] was rescheduled by winter weather from January 19 to March 7, then postponed indefinitely due to the Coronavirus outbreak.[485]
Forks Forks Transit Center[486]
Longview 65[487] Civic Circle Park; event hosted by Lower Columbia Indivisible
Mount Vernon 25[488] rally at Skagit County Courthouse; state Rep. Debra Lekanoff (D-Bow) was a speaker.[488]
Mar. 8 Pasco (dozens) The Tri-Cities Women's March was held at Volunteer Park on International Women's Day[489]
Port Townsend 300[490] Port Townsend's "Womxn's Wave" marched down Water Street, with impeachment of President Trump on the activists' minds and in their hopes; close on their heels came 15 Trump supporters carrying American flags and re-election signs.
Poulsbo North Kitsap Women's March; event planned at Valley Nursery area SR 305 and Bond
Mar. 8 Seattle ~660[491] (online) The Womxn's March on Seattle 2020, originally set for January 18 at Cal Anderson Park, suffered two setbacks. The outdoor event was first postponed by a harsh snow forecast and rescheduled for March 8 (International Women's Day), with a march route from Beacon Hill Playground to City Hall Park,[492] then cancelled altogether because of the Coronavirus outbreak in King County. Seattle Womxn Marching Forward had to settle for hosting "The Next Revolutionaries" online, live-streaming the speeches that would have happened on the day of the march.[493]
Spokane 1,000 Red Wagon Riverfront Park; The streets of Spokane were lined with opposing rallies – Walk for Life Northwest and Women's March with Planned Parenthood 2020.[494]
Vancouver hundreds[495] Esther Short Park[496]
Wenatchee 250[497] Due to weather, the 3rd Annual Women's March in Wenatchee moved its starting rally from outdoors at Memorial Park to indoors at Numerica Performing Arts Center. Among the speakers at the podium was Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, making his second attendance at the annual event. After the speeches and remarks, most of the crowd went outdoors again for the official march through downtown Wenatchee, along Mission Street and Chelan Avenue.[498]
Yakima 150+[499] Unitarian Universalist Church of Yakima
 West Virginia Jan. 25 Beckley 5 A few members of Women's March WV held a small rally in support of a different cause, the global "No War with Iran" protest organized by Code Pink and the Answer coalition.[500]
 Wisconsin Ashland 31[501] Rise Up: 2020 Women's March in Ashland; Bay Area Civic Center, Ashland Parks & Recreation – Alvord Theater, Northland College[502]
Hayward 30[503] public parking lot Hwy 63 and 27 – Sawyer County Courthouse
Milwaukee[1] 100 Women's March Wisconsin Day of Action; South Division High School (indoor event, due to weather)[504]
Sauk City 0 Sauk City Bridge, 836 Water St (event cancelled)
Walworth event planned at Village of Walworth Square
 Wyoming Cheyenne ~100[505] Cheyenne Depot Plaza – Wyoming State Capitol. State Rep Sara Burlingame spoke at the rally.[506] Wildlife ecologist & University of Wyoming professor Merav Ben-David announced her candidacy for the open US Senate Seat held by retiring incumbent Mike Enzi.[507]
Cody several dozen[508] Bandshell, Cody City Park
Lander 100+[509] Mr. D's, 725 Main St. / Dairy Land Drive In – Centennial Park
Pinedale 7[510] Sublette County Women's March; event held at American Legion Park
Rock Springs 80[511] parking lot, B Street & Broadway – Rock Springs Library

Worldwide[edit]

Listed below are marches outside the United States in support of the 2020 Women's March.

Country Date Locations Approximate attendance Notes
 Australia With massive bushfires burning throughout the country, the Australian contingent of Women's March Global did not hold events in January 2020. Women's March Sydney released a statement directing people to donate to First Nations communities affected by the bushfires. Women's March Saskatoon began fundraising for the same charity in solidarity.[512]
 Belgium Mar. 8 Brussels 6,300 - 10,000[513] Gare Centrale - Palais de Justice - Rue Royale
 Brazil São Paulo[512] at least 12[514] Avenida Paulista, 1568 – Bela Vista
 Bulgaria Sofia[512][515] 10[516] Vitosha Boulevard
 Canada Bracebridge (ON) (was Huntsville) 14[517] Women's March Muskoka 2020; people gathered at Gagnon's grocery[518] and marched along Wellington Street in the snow[519]
Calgary (AB) 120[520] Womxn's March YYC; Calgary Central Library – City Hall (in bitter cold)
Cape Breton (NS) Scotia Bank parking lot on the Esplanade – Civic Centre
Fredericton (NB) 100+[521] City Hall, 397 Queen Street – Wilmot United Church Hall[522]
Goderich (ON) 28[523] Huron County's 3rd Women's March; Goderich Courthouse Square[524]
Halifax (NS) 20[521] Halifax Grand Parade Square, before Cenotaph Monument, Barrington St
Hamilton (ON) 60+[525] A women's panel was held inside Hamilton City Hall.[526]
Lion's Head (ON) 25[527] march along Main Street (in blizzard conditions)
North Bay (ON) 30+[528] North Bay City Hall – Amelia Rising Sexual Violence Support Centre
Ottawa (ON) 80[529] Women's March Ottawa hosted its first launch event indoors at Ottawa City Hall's Jean Pigott Place.[530]
Port Dover (ON) 14[531] Riverfront Park – Lions Park Silver Lake Market[532]
Regina (SK) hundreds[533] Regina YWCA; hundreds turned out despite frigid temperatures (-30)
Saint John (NB) 160+[514] Kings Square South[522]
Salmon Arm (BC) City Hall
Sandy Cove (NS) The Schoolhouse Cafe, 6203 Highway 217 – Digby Neck Volunteer Fire Department
Sarnia (ON) 80+[534][535] 2020 Women's March: Sarnia-Lambton;[536] Lambton Mall parking lot - Murphy Road[537]
Saskatoon (SK) ~60[538][539] march begun at d'Lish by Tish Café, 14th Street East[540]
Toronto (ON) 10[541] Nathan Phillips Square
Victoria (BC) hundreds[542] Women's March 2020 Lekwungen & W̱sáneć Territories; Legislative Assembly of British Columbia[543]
Waterloo (ON) 36+[514][544] Waterloo Public Square[545]
Winnipeg (MB) 50-70[546] Manitoba Legislative Building
 Denmark Copenhagen
 France Paris Women's March Paris Roundtable "My Body My Rights / Mon Corps Mes Droits" planned at Columbia Global Centers (Reid Hall)[547]
Montpellier 200[548] Place de la Comédie
 Germany Berlin
Bonn 33[549] Münsterplatz 53111[550]
Heidelberg 400[551] Friedrich-Ebert-Platz - town hall[552]
Munich 24 Geschwister-Scholl-Platz[553]
 Greece Athens 80+[554][555] Syntagma Square[556]
 India Jan. 19 Guwahati Assamese actress Barsha Rani Bishaya led an all-women rally on Sunday, January 19 to protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA).[557]
 Italy Florence[515] 70[558] - 150[559] Piazza di San Lorenzo[560]
Rome 75+[561] Piazza della Rotonda, in front of the Pantheon[562][563]
Venice at least 10[514] San Maurizio Square[564]
 Japan Jan. 17 Okinawa 1st Women's March in Okinawa; Tully's Coffee[565]
 Kenya Isiolo 100+[514]
 Mexico Jan. 25 Ciudad Juárez hundreds[566] A large group of demonstrators – mostly women, dressed in black and faces covered – assembled in downtown Juarez and marched on the Paso del Norte international bridge an hour later, prompting the closing of a major port of entry into El Paso, Texas for more than four hours. The marchers denounced the murders &/or disappearances of 180 women in Juarez over the past year, including a mural painter, Isabel Cabanillas, who was shot to death the previous week (on January 18, of all days).[567]
 Netherlands Mar. 8 Amsterdam thousands[568] 3rd Women's March on Amsterdam; Dam Square[569][570]
Mar. 8 Groningen 250[571]
Mar. 8 Maastricht 300[571] Vrijthof, Maastricht University[572]
 New Zealand Jan. 19 & 25 Wellington (1/19) Women's March for Peace and Climate Action; US Embassy Wellington / (1/25) Midland Park, 155 Lambton Quay[573]
 Nigeria Ibadan University of Ibadan
Lagos[1] at least 50[514][574]
Port Harcourt Port Harcourt Town
 Norway Oslo[1] 26+[514] Youngstorget[575]
 Portugal Porto Performance: As Mulheres Marcham; Rua Santa Catarina[576]
 Spain Mar. 8 Palma de Mallorca[577] few hundred[578] The HUB Mallorca
  Switzerland Geneva ~500[514][577] Women's March Geneva & Zurich 2020; Île Rousseau[579]
 Taiwan Mar. 8 Taipei Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Women's March Taiwan skipped any large-scale International Women's Day live event[580] in favor of an online campaign, partnering with Moving Women Est. (MOWES), a local women's community center.[581][582]
 Thailand Bangkok 20[583] Solidarity Rally for the Global Women's March; held at Ash Kickers Briskets & Bourbon2
Chiang Mai[1]
 United Kingdom London[577] few hundred[584] Speaking to Power: Global Protest to #FightInequality; Richmond Terrace, Westminster
 Zambia Lusaka[577] 100+[585] Global Platform Zambia, Great East Road, Kalundu

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