List of 2020 Women's March locations (October)

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2020 Women's March (October)
Part of the Women's rights movement
DateOctober 17, 2020
Location
United States
MethodsProtest march

This is a list of the second wave of 2020 Women's March events in October,[1] most of which took place on October 17, and some later.

United States[edit]

Listed below are the marches in the U.S.

Approximate attendance Notes
10,000+ Thousands of people congregated at Freedom Plaza and marched to the U.S. Supreme Court, to protest the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett for a seat left vacant by the recently deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and to rally for support against President Trump before the Nov. 3 election,[1] then marched to the National Mall.
State Date Cities Approximate attendance Notes
 Alabama Huntsville few dozen Meridian St Lot - Courthouse[2]
Mobile dozens Memorial Park[3]
 Alaska Anchorage march planned: City Hall and around the park strip[4]
Bethel 8[5] virtual event held (w/ yard signs)
Gustavus march planned: Four Corners - Dock Road[6]
Homer 50[7] WKFL Park, Pioneer Ave & Heath Street
Juneau 50 Alaska State Capitol - Mayor Bill Overstreet Park. State Rep. Sara Hannan (D-Juneau) & US congressional candidate Alyse Galvin spoke at the event.[8]
Ketchikan 40 march held: bronze sculpture, "The Rock," at Berth 2 - Berth 4 pavilion[9]
Palmer hundreds[10] Palmer March for Justice at downtown Pavilion[11]
Soldotna march planned at Soldotna Creek Park[12]
 Arizona Green Valley dozen corners of La Canada Drive and Esperanza Blvd[13]
Payson 50+ junction of Highways 87 & 260 - Bonita Street[14]
Phoenix hundreds Phoenix City Hall[15]
Tucson 500[16] 2020 Pima County Women's March; Armory Park - Presidio Park. Newly elected Pima County Attorney Laura Conover greeted the crowd.[17]
 Arkansas Bentonville multiple events planned across the city (for the sake of social distancing)[18]
Little Rock 8[19] A number of women dressed as Handmaids stood outside Pulaski County Circuit Court.[19]
Rogers multiple events planned across the city (for the sake of social distancing)[18]
 California Alameda[20] event planned at Alameda City Hall[21]
Brea event planned at corner of Brea Blvd and Imperial Hwy[22]
Brentwood event planned at Brentwood City Park[21]
Cambria event planned at Cambria Peace Corner[23]
Castro Valley event planned at Castro Valley High School, Redwood & Mabel Intersection[21]
Ceres event planned at Smyrna Park[24]
Chico 50 Despite COVID-19 limitations and the city plaza being shut down for renovations, about 50 people stood, sat, rode their bikes or drove their cars through downtown Saturday (corner of East Fourth Street and Main Street).[25]
Crescent City event planned at Del Norte County Fairgrounds[26]
Davis event planned at Chestnut Park (kinda), Chestnut Lane[27]
El Centro 15 event organized by Sure Helpline Crisis Center[28]
Encino voter registration drive planned at Encino Park[29]
Eureka Defeat the Trump Agenda; rally planned at Humboldt County Superior Court[30]
Fresno 0 event planned at Fresno City Hall[31] (then cancelled)
Garberville dozen[32] Garberville Town Square
Granada Hills event planned at Granada Hills Veterans Memorial Park[29]
Isla Vista event planned at Little Acorn Park[33]
Laguna Niguel event planned at Capistrano Unified Women's March, Hidden Hills Park[29]
Lodi event planned at Emerson Park[34]
Long Beach Long Beach Rally Against Trump Filling RBG Seat; event planned at corner of Ocean Blvd and Pine Ave[29]
Los Angeles 200-300 Pershing Square - L.A. City Hall.[35] Crowd size and route length were limited by COVID-19 restrictions, but emotions remained intense.[36]
Mariposa event planned at Mariposa Art Park[37][38]
Modesto virtual Facebook event planned[37]
Monterey 140+[39][40] "Soles to the Polls" rally took place at Window on the Bay, followed by a march to a Monterey County ballot box on Del Monte Ave[41]
Murphys at least 2[42] event held at Murphys Historic Hotel on Main St
Napa event planned at Block of the Superior Courthouse on Brown St.[21]
Nevada City 100 Robinson Plaza[43]
Oakhurst[37] event planned at corner of CA State Hwy 41 and Road 426[44]
Oakland virtual event planned (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)[45]
Oceanside 0 Oceanside City Hall[46] (event cancelled)
Orange 0 Fountain at the Orange Circle[47] (event cancelled)
Palm Springs event planned at Frances Stevens Park[48]
Palos Verdes Estates 25[49] Malaga Cove Plaza outside City Hall[29][50]
Pasadena 200 Pasadena City Hall[51]
Petaluma nearly 200[52] Walnut Park[21][53]
Pismo Beach Biden/Harris rally planned, north of Main Street[54]
Placerville event planned at Placerville Superior Courthouse[55]
Rancho Cucamonga event planned at corner of Baseline Rd and Milliken Ave[48]
Redding TBD Due to COVID, Women's March Redding cancelled its in-person rally[56] in favor of a ballot drop at the official drop box outside Redding City Hall.[57]
Redwood City 0 Courthouse Square[58] (event cancelled)
Roseville Voter Registration & March planned at Maidu Regional Park (Five Star Blvd. - Fairway Dr. - Stanford Ranch Rd.)[59]
Sacramento thousands[60] Cesar Chavez Plaza – Sacramento City Hall[61]
San Diego 300+[62] Balboa Park[63]
San Francisco 2,000[64] Hundreds of people gathered at Civic Center Plaza on McCallister Street, then marched down Market Street[65] to the Embarcadero Center. People held up pro-choice signs and honored the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Black Lives Matter and human rights advocates were also marching in solidarity.[66]
San Jose[67] virtual event planned (was San Jose City Court House)[68]
San Luis Obispo 46[69] moved from in-person (Mitchell Park) to a virtual gathering[70]
San Mateo 7 El Camino Real at Third Ave; event organized by a local group calling themselves the “Raging Grannies”[71]
San Rafael march planned: Plaza – Fourth Street[72]
Santa Barbara march planned outside Santa Barbara Courthouse[73]
Santa Cruz hundreds Santa Cruz City Hall[74]
Santa Maria dozens[75] The Women's March of Santa Maria Valley invited the community to Central Plaza Park Saturday to encourage voters to cast their ballots early.[76]
Seal Beach TBD A rally was held at The Big Tree near Parking Lot (NW corner of intersection);[77] demonstrators jammed Main Street as cars squeezed past pedestrians[78]
Solvang 0 Solvang Park, corner of Mission Drive and First[79] (event cancelled)
Sonoma event planned at Sonoma Plaza[80]
Torrance South Bay Women's March planned at Torrance City Hall[29]
Truckee 100+[81] Donner Pass Rd, west of the Eagle Statue at Spring Street
Tujunga event planned at Albertson's om Foothill Blvd.[29]
Turlock ~20[82] Turlock, CA had its first Women's March at Rotary International Park[83]
Ventura event planned: a "wall of signs" from Ventura City Hall to the Sea[84]
Visalia event planned at Sequoia mall parking lot[85]
Westlake Village A "Women's March Rally for Joe & Kamala" was planned a The Promenade at Westlake.[29]
 Colorado Alamosa Milagros Café, State Ave & Main St[86]
Arvada All street corners, 80th and Wadsworth[87]
Carbondale 150[88] The Goat Kitchen & Bar, 995 Cowen Drive[89]
Centennial Centennial Demonstration, Parker Rd @ Chambers[90]
Crested Butte Town Hall, 507 Maroon Ave[91]
Denver hundreds[92] The Fillmore Auditorium - State Capitol Building[92]
Durango 200+ People marched from Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Depot to Buckley Park, along the sidewalk of Main Ave.[93]
Evergreen 0 roadside and local park, corner of Highway 74 and County Road 65[94] (event cancelled)
Grand Junction Grand Junction City Hall[95]
Greeley Weld County Courthouse/Lincoln Park, 901 9th Ave[96]
Lakewood 70[97] sign holding demonstration at Alameda Ave & Wadsworth Blvd[98]
Steamboat Springs 60[99] West Lincoln Park[100] - Rich Weiss Park[99]
 Connecticut East Haddam Two Wrasslin' Cats Coffee House[101]
Stamford 300 Stamford Superior Courthouse. Organizers from S.W.A.T. (Suburban Women Against Trump) along with a few other women's rights groups, including PinkWave and the Stamford Women's Talking Circle, stood in solidarity with Women's Marches across the country. U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal & U.S. Rep. Jim Himes stood among the crowd, taking pictures and fielding comments from constituents.[102]
Torrington RiteAid, 218 East Main St[103]
Willimantic Jillson Corner, Main Street[104]
 Delaware Millsboro Women's March of Sussex County; event planned at Pool Area, Roost Way[105]
 Florida Cape Coral City Hall, 1015 Cultural Park Blvd[106]
Clermont Waterfront Park - Clermont City Hall, 330 3rd St[107]
Cocoa Beach dozens Space Coast Women's March; W. Cocoa Beach Causeway - Holmes Cape Canaveral Hospital[108]
Fernandina Beach 100+[109] Central Park, 1200 Atlantic Ave[110]
Fort Lauderdale couple hundred Broward County Courthouse - Fort Lauderdale City Hall[111]
Fort Myers 300[112][113] McGregor Blvd - MLK Blvd[114]
Gainesville 150[115] - 300[116] Depot Park - Bo Diddley Plaza[117]
Jacksonville Parking Lot, Town Center Pkwy[118]
Oct. 18 Miami several dozen[119] At Women's March Miami's base camp in Wynwood, a "GOTV Day of Action" rally was held. Several female candidates for office, including mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava, spoke at the event.[120]
Mount Dora intersection, US 441 at Donnelly St[121]
Ocala[115] 5[122] Ocala Town Square[123]
Orlando 0 Lake Eola Park[124] (event cancelled)
Port Charlotte Charlotte County Democratic Headquarters, 3596 Tamiami Trail[125]
Saint Johns Shands Pier, Orangedale[126]
Sarasota 800[127] Unconditional Surrender statue, Bayfront Drive - John Ringling Causeway[128]
Tallahassee 150+ Florida Supreme Court[129]
Tampa few dozen Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, along North Ashley Drive[130]
Tavernier sign-holding event for Biden/Harris planned along Overseas Hwy, in median outside Mariner's Hospital[131]
The Villages 50+[132] In honor of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a golf cart caravan/parade was held from Spanish Springs Town Square (Lady Lake)[133] to Lake Sumter Landing, followed by a short march along the Lake Sumter Landing boardwalk.[132]
Vero Beach 100 About 100 women and a few men marched on the Merrill P. Barber Bridge.[134]
West Palm Beach Trinity Park - Bingham Bridge (across from Mar-a-Lago)[135]
Williston ~30[115] First ever Women's March in Levy County took place at Heritage Park Pavilion on Main Street[115]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Athens 50-100 Athens-Clarke County City Hall[136]
Atlanta dozens[137] Georgia State Capitol[138]
Johns Creek Johns Creek City Hall[139]
Rome 150 Town Green - Floyd County Administration Building[140]
Savannah event planned at Forsyth Park Fountain[141]
Tucker Tucker High School Football Field[142]
Woodbine 0 Camden County Courthouse[143] (event cancelled)
 Hawaii Hilo virtual event planned, with ZOOM training[144]
Honolulu 400 2020 Women's March Oahu; Hawaii State Capitol[145]
Kahului (Maui) events planned at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center[146] and Ka’ahumanu Mall[147]
Lihue event planned at airport intersection, Ahukini Rd & Kapule Hwy[148]
 Idaho Boise event planned at Idaho State Capitol[149]
Coeur d'Alene 300+[150] Riverstone Park[151]
Pocatello event planned at Old Town Pavilion[152]
 Illinois Algonquin[153] 8[154] Together We Rise Women's March; Randall Road and Commons Dr.
Aurora at least a few[153] Together We Rise Women's March; Randall Road and Sullivan Road[155]
Batavia[153] 25[156] Together We Rise Women's March; intersection of Randall Road and West Wilson Street
Buffalo Grove[157] 200[158] Mike Rylko Community Park[159]
Champaign hundreds West Side Park[160]
Chicago[157] several hundred[161] Federal Court Plaza in the Loop (outside 7th Circuit Courthouse, where Amy Coney Barrett currently served) – Daley Plaza. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot spoke at an online rally, Zoom to the Polls, by the Women's March Chicago chapter.[161]
Des Plaines several dozen[162] sidewalks at intersection of East Oakton Street & Manheim Road[159][163]
Downers Grove 22[164] event held at Belmont Metra Train Station, Parking Lot H[155]
Evanston 50+[165][166] Evanston Rally for Democracy[167] was held in Dawes Park.[165]
Elgin 26[168] Together We Rise Women's March; Randall Road and Bowes Road (event joined by Occupy Elgin)[169]
Geneva[153] 45+ Together We Rise Women's March – Rather than meeting at high capacity at one location, people in Kane County spread across a 30-mile section of Randall Road, extending north & south from Algonquin to Aurora; between 200 & 400 participants were expected. In Geneva, 45 people met at Geneva Commons (between Williamsburg Ave and Britcher Rd) before marching to Randall Road.[170] Candidate for state Rep Martha Paschke stopped by the rally.[153]
Glenview 250 Glenview Women's March;[167] Jackman Park[171]
Morris 60 Chapin Park[172]
Orland Park 30+ southwest corner of 151st and Wolf Road[173]
Oswego[157] 100 Hudson Crossing Park[174]
Ottawa 25[175] sign-holding event held along Jordan Block, Main Street[176]
Rockford 34 Davis Park[177]
St. Charles 13[153] Together We Rise Women's March; intersection of Randall Road and North Ave[153]
 Indiana Bloomington event planned at Monroe County Courthouse[178]
Goshen at least 4 Due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in Elkhart County, the event was moved from Goshen Courthouse East Lawn to a virtual online Facebook gathering. Event organizer & candidate for the Indiana House of Representatives Amanda Qualls was joined by three other speakers.[179]
Indianapolis 200+[180] Crossroads of Democracy Day of Action; Indiana State Capitol. The event was hosted by Artivism, Indiana Nasty Women, and the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus. Some attendees wielded flyswatters, a playful jab at the fly that sat on Mike Pence's head for two minutes during the vice-presidential debate. Gubernatorial candidate Woody Myers, candidate for attorney general Jonathan Weinzapfel, U.S. Rep. André Carson, and candidate for Indiana state Senate Belinda Drake, all of them Democrats, attended and spoke at the event.[181]
Mount Vernon event planned in front of Posey County Courthouse[182]
Muncie 100+[183] Delaware County Building (more of a stationary protest than a “march”)[184] Speakers included state Rep. Sue Errington (D-Muncie), US Congressional candidate Jeannine Lee Lake, and Woody Myers' running mate Linda Lawson.[185][186]
Richmond event planned at Starr Gennett Building[187]
South Bend 200[188] Howard Park[189]
 Iowa Algona event planned at Kossuth County Courthouse[190]
Center Point event planned at 55th Street Trail[191]
Decorah 40+[192] ”We Dissent” march; Mary Christopher Park - Winneshiek County Courthouse[193]
Des Moines dozens Pappajohn Sculpture Park - Neal Smith Federal Building[194]
Iowa City event planned at Iowa pedestrian mall[195]
Mason City 80+ Central Park, 10 1st St NW - Court House[196]
Sioux City event planned at Federal Building on 6th Street[197]
 Kansas Overland Park event planned at Overland Park Mayor's Office[198]
Topeka event planned at Kansas State Capitol[199]
Wichita 90+[200] Rock the Vote ICT, Old Town Square; event hosted by League of Women Voters Wichita-Metro and Women's March Air Capital Wichita Kansas[201]
 Kentucky Lexington event planned at Fayette Circuit Court Building[202]
Louisville 40-60 The group Viva La Femme held an event at Cherokee Park. By this time, following the shooting of Louisville native Breonna Taylor, protesting had become a daily ritual in the city with the Black Lives Matter movement.[203]
 Louisiana Algiers Algiers Court House[204]
Baton Rouge Louisiana State Capitol Building[205]
Lafayette 0 Parc Sans Souci[206] (event cancelled)
New Orleans 200 In spite of confusion over access to police escort, the NOLA Women's March 2020 saw 200 people come to City Hall Saturday afternoon, where early voting was already underway.[207]
 Maine Oct. 18 Belfast 31[208] Waldo County Courthouse - gazebo in Boathouse Park[209]
Oct. 18 Eastport 60[210] Shead High School[211]
Portland 100[212] Monument Square[213]
 Maryland Baltimore 200[214][215] US District Courthouse, Lombard Street – City Hall. Organizers of the Baltimore event included representatives of Baltimore Women United, NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland and Planned Parenthood.[216]
Columbia event planned at Blandair Park[217]
Cumberland event planned on Baltimore Street[218]
Leonardtown rally planned at St. Mary's County Circuit Court, followed by march to intersection of Hollywood Rd/ MD Route 5[219]
North Brentwood event planned next to Prince Georges African American Museum[220]
Oct. 23 Ocean City event planned at West Ocean City Park and Ride[221]
Salisbury sign-holding event planned at Rte. 13 by Salisbury University[222]
Westminster event planned at Arch at McDaniel College[223]
 Massachusetts Abington[224] Route 18 at Abington High School[225]
Amesbury[226] Market Square[227]
Amherst[224] sidewalk near Town Common, 4 Boltwood Ave[228]
Andover[226] 50+ Multiple generations – mostly women – stood in the rain Saturday morning at Shawsheen Square.[229]
Arlington 24[230] sidewalk vigil on Massachusetts Avenue, walk to Arlington Town Hall & back[231]
Boston 300[232] - 1,000[233] People rallied on the Boston Common near the State House, then marched around the Common and through City Plaza down to Faneuil Hall; organized by UMass Amherst student Siobhan Reidy.[233] State Rep. Lindsay Sabadosa (Northampton) was present,[234][226] as was Boston city councilor and 2021 mayoral candidate Michelle Wu.[235]
Centerville 20[236] corner of Rte 28 & Old Stage Rd[237]
Fall River[224] Government Center[238]
Falmouth[226] Peg Noonan Park[239]
Great Barrington[224] 200 Great Barrington Town Hall[240]
Hopkinton 120+[241] Participants marched around the Hopkinton Town Common eight times; Senate President Karen E. Spilka & State Rep. Carolyn Dykema spoke to the crowd.[242]
Hyannis 7[236] Barnstable Airport Rotary, 364 Barnstable Rd[243]
Oct. 24 Malden[224] Senior Community Center[244]
Marblehead[224] intersection of Humphrey and Pleasant Street near the Marblehead High School[245]
Mashpee[226] 22[236] Mashpee Rotary, 10 Bates Road[246]
Nantucket dozens Nantucket Town and County Building, across from the Whaling Museum[247]
New Bedford 300 Buttonwood Park, Brownell Avenue[248]
Northampton 20-30[249] sidewalk intersection of Main and Pleasant St
Orleans 40-50 Eastham/Orleans Rotary[250]
Oxford[224] Market Basket Grocery, Oxford Plaza / Central Turnpike[251]
Plymouth[226] 74[252] Brewster Gardens[253]
Sandwich 10[236] Mill Creek Park[254]
Scituate 85[255] Scituate Town Hall lawn
Weston[226] Town Green, Town House Road[256]
Worcester[226] dozens[257] sidewalk of Worcester City Hall
 Michigan Ann Arbor 100+[258] Dozens of people gathered at the University of Michigan Diag, with guest speakers U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, Washtenaw County Commissioner Shannon Beeman, and State Reps. Donna Lasinski and Rebekah Warren addressing the crowd. The group then marched downtown to Ann Arbor City Hall.[259]
Arcadia two dozen+ Finch Park – downtown Arcadia and along M-22[260]
Auburn Hills 22[261] Women's March Oakland kicked off a mobile march (with decorated cars) at Riverside Park in Auburn Hills, as a brief launch for the Women's March Landing Rally, the event's main rally, at Hallwood Plaza in Flint.[262]
Battle Creek[263] dozen Sojourner Truth Memorial
Big Rapids 38 Mitchell Creek Park - downtown Big Rapids - Anna Howard Shaw Memorial Park (outside the Big Rapids Community Library). Speakers included Amanda Siggins, candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives and Jerry Hilliard, candidate for the U. S. House of Representatives.[264]
Clinton Township 60 Partridge Creek Mall, in front of Nino Salvaggio's International Marketplace[265]
Coldwater sign-holding event planned at Four Corners Park[266]
Flint[267] 25[268] Hallwood Plaza
Grand Rapids hundreds Rosa Parks Circle[269]
Hart event planned at Oceana County Court House[270]
Kalamazoo nearly 1,000 Bronson Park[263]
Lansing 22 Michigan State Capitol[271]
Marshall event planned at Brooks Memorial Fountain[272]
Midland ~90 Midland Central Park Bandshell; event hosted by Women of Michigan Action Network (WOMAN)[273]
Monroe 30+ St. Mary's Park - Monroe County Courthouse[274]
Petoskey march planned: Petoskey City Hall - Petoskey People's Park[275]
Plymouth event planned at Kellogg Park[276]
Sault Ste. Marie event planned at Farmers Market, Portage & Ashmun[277]
Tecumseh Rise Up! Lenawee Women's March; planned at sidealks in front of Tecumseh City Hall[278]
Traverse City 150[279] Open Space Park, Grand View Parkway[280]
Watersmeet at least 2[281] rally held at intersection of Highways US-45 and US-2[282]
 Minnesota Alexandria[283] sign-holding event planned at intersection of Parkside Road and N Nokomis NE[284]
Bemidji 100+[285] Paul Bunyan Drive lakeside sidewalk; some people canoed or kayaked Lake Bemidji's downtown shoreline.[285]
Brainerd[283] event planned at Gregory Park[286]
Cambridge[283] event planned at East Central Reginal Library parking lot[287]
Grand Marais event planned near Cook County Courthouse[288]
Lindstrom[283] event planned at Oberstar Park (west of Memorial Park)[289]
Mankato hundreds The Young Women's Christian Association of Mankato, Indivisible St. Peter and Greater Mankato, and partnering agencies came together to host the Mankato All Women's March, which started at Vetter Stone Amphitheater and followed a path up Riverfront Drive and down to the Civic Center Plaza where a rally took place.[290]
Oct. 19 Marshall event planned at Memorial Park, corner of College Dr/Main St[291]
Minneapolis 100[292] 1301 University Ave NE
Minnetonka Women's March MN partnered with Black Lives Matter for Minnetonka's "Good Trouble March for Lives Stolen by Police Violence"[293] at Purgatory Park.[294]
Northfield[283] event planned at Ames Park[295]
St. Bonifacius[283] event planned at 8955 Hilltop Drive[296]
St. Cloud almost 200 People marched from Great River Regional Library to the Stearns County Courthouse, many supporting the Biden-Harris ticket.[297] Meanwhile, a Trump rally took place along Minnesota Highway 23 in St. Cloud.[298]
St Paul The Rise Up! Women's March event at Minnesota State Capitol was canceled for exceeding a sign-up limit of 250 people; a new online event was planned for Nov 1st[299]
Stillwater[283] event planned at Lily Lake Park[300]
Walker[283] event planned at Cass County Courthouse[301]
 Mississippi Jackson virtual ZOOM event[302]
 Missouri Cape Girardeau dozen+[303] SEMO Women's March; Freedom Corner at Capaha Park. Kathy Ellis, a candidate for Congress in Missouri's 8th Congressional District, attended.[304]
Kansas City dozens The Women's March KC: Reale Womxn's Rally gathered at Mill Creek Park.[305]
St. Louis ~50[306] St. Louis City Hall[307]
 Montana Gardiner event planned in Arch Park[308]
Helena 80 Roughly 80 people braved Helena's first snowstorm of the season at Women's Park.[309]
Missoula 100 Missoula County Court House - Higgins Ave[310]
 Nebraska Lincoln event planned at Nebraska State Capitol (north side)[311]
Omaha event planned at 60th and Dodge Street in front of Memorial Park[312]
 Nevada Baker Snake Valley Women's March planned: Baker Community Park - Great Basin Visitor Center[313]
Fernley event planned at City Hall, Silver Lace Blvd[314]
Henderson virtual ZOOM meeting planned[315]
Las Vegas ~dozen event held at Federal Courthouse[316]
Pahrump rally & march planned: Nye County Courthouse - Petreck Park[317]
 New Hampshire Portsmouth 34[318] rally held at Market Square
Wilton dozens event held at Wilton Public Library[319]
 New Jersey Plainfield 300[320] RGB's Legacy Rally; duCret School of the Arts
Newton 80[321] - 100[322] Sussex County NJ Women's March to Save Democracy; The Newton Green[323]
 New Mexico Albuquerque New Mexico Women's March[324] was originally planned at Civic Plaza on Saturday, but, due to resurgence of COVID-19, became a virtual event within 24 hours prior.[325]
Farmington 0 Farmington Museum[326] (event cancelled)[327]
Santa Fe 0 march to the Roundhouse, Bataan Memorial[326] (event cancelled)[328]
 New York Beacon ~25[329] Southern Dutchess: Resist! organized a rally at Polhill Park
Buffalo hundreds[330] WNY Women's March, held by the Western New York Peace Center, at Niagara Square[331][332]
Colonie hundreds Wolf Rd & Central Ave[333]
Ithaca dozens[334] Ithaca Commons at Cornell University (outside Ruth Bade Ginsburg's former dormitory)[332] - Tompkins County courthouse[335]
Long Island City ~30[336] Court Square Park, Court Square and Jackson Avenue
New York City hundreds[337] At least four rallies were planned in the boroughs: Court Square Park in Long Island City, Queens, Snug Harbor in Staten Island, Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn[338] and Washington Square Park and the New York Stock Exchange in Manhattan[339]
Plattsburgh 200 US Oval - downtown[340]
Rochester 100[341] Susan B. Anthony Square – Rochester City Hall[342]
Seneca Falls 100+ Women March in Seneca Falls organization held their event at Academy Square, on North Park Street[343]
Syracuse 100+ Clinton Square - Columbus Circle[344]
Utica 100+[345] Oneida Square, Genesee Street - Munson Williams Proctor Institute. Event organized by Indivisible Mohawk Valley, YWCA Mohawk Valley, Mohawk Valley Latino Association, local union 1199 SEIU, and Citizen Action of Central New York.[346]
Woodstock 43[347] In back of the Colony, Rock City Road
 North Carolina Asheville event planned at Blue Ridge Parkway[348]
Charlotte 100+ Dozens of people gathered at First Ward Park to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg, then marched for about 20 minutes before arriving at the Spectrum Center to cast their 2020 ballots.[349]
Durham 80 Durham County Courthouse[350]
Greensboro dozens Triad, Government Plaza; event organized by Josie Markovics, a 17-year-old senior from Page High School[351]
Hendersonville march planned: City Hall - Historic Courthouse[352]
New Bern march planned: Craven County Administrative Building - outside 406 Craven Street[353]
Raleigh ~50[354] A march in downtown Raleigh, coordinated with the national Women's March in Washington, D.C., took place Saturday afternoon.[355]
Wilmington event planned at Innes Park at City Hall[356]
 North Dakota (online) 150 The North Dakota Women's March was held online this year due to the spike of COVID-19 cases throughout the state; State Rep. Ruth Buffalo participated.[357]
 Ohio Bluffton 24+[358] "Women's Ride to Vote" rally held at Democratic Party Headquarters[359]
Oct. 24 Boardman (was Youngstown) rally planned at Boardman Park[360]
Circleville march planned: Pickaway County Common Pleas Court - East Main Street[361]
Cleveland hundreds[362] Harvard Community Services Center[363]
Oct. 24 Columbus 25[364] Women's March: Vote for Our Lives; Franklin County Board of Elections. Hosted by Ohio Women's Alliance Action Fund, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio and Ohio Women's Alliance[364]
Dayton ~30[365] The “Moms Demand Action” group gathered at Courthouse Square. The range of what the speakers considered "women's issues" included not just the upcoming election and Supreme Court nomination, but also gun violence.[366]
Defiance event planned at Defiance County Courthouse[367]
Delaware 12[368] Delaware County Courthouse. One participant was Alaina Shearer, a congressional candidate for Ohio's 12th district[368]
Toledo 16+ Women & men circled the Lucas County Courthouse Square.[369]
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City virtual event (Facebook, Twitter & ZOOM)[370]
Tulsa virtual event planned[371]
 Oregon Bend 150+ Drake Park Pavilion – “Peace Corner” at Wall St & Greenwood Ave; event organized by members of the Central Oregon Red Cloaks. At Peace Corner, there was a drive-by of cars waving flags supporting the Democratic presidential ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.[372]
Brookings 11[373] Biden/Harris 2020 rally held outside Curry County Democrats office on Chetco Ave[374]
Corvallis 20-40 Corvallis Municipal Courthouse[375]
Cottage Grove event planned at All America City Square/Opal Whitley Park[376]
Florence 100+[377] rally held outside Florence City Hall
Grants Pass Riverside Park; event planned by Indivisible Southern Oregon (later to be known as Rogue Indivisible)[378]
Newport event planned at Newport City Hall[379]
Pendleton event planned at Pendleton City Hall[380]
Port Orford 10[381] rally held at the curve at Highway 101 and 8th Street[382]
Portland hundreds[383] PDX Women's March; Terry Schrunk Plaza[384][385]
 Pennsylvania Doylestown 200 At the Intersection of Main and State Street, two dueling political rallies converged, with a pro-Trump parade being greeted by 200 Biden-Harris supporters on the sidewalks.[386]
Harrisburg 40[387] steps of the Pennsylvania State Capitol (Fountain Plaza)[388]
Media several hundred Media Elementary School,- Media Court House[389]
Newtown event planned at Linton Memorial Fountain and Park[390]
Philadelphia several hundred[391] The city's “We Dissent” march began at Independence Hall, moved up Market Street towards City Hall, then turned onto Benjamin Franklin towards the Philadelphia Museum of Art.[392][393]
Nov. 14 Pittsburgh event planned at the public streets of Smithfield and Liberty[394]
Scranton 40-60[395] Lackawanna County Courthouse Square
Uniontown 125 Fayette County Courthouse[396]
 Rhode Island Little Compton 300 Sakonnet Women's March for Democracy; Veteran's Field - Town Commons triangle. US Senator Jack Reed spoke at the event[397]
Oct. 18 Narragansett dozens sign holding event, Narragansett Sea Wall[398]
Providence event planned at the Rhode Island State House[399]
 South Carolina Charleston 300 ”Million Womxn's March”; Colonial Lake - Brittlebank Park[400]
Columbia event planned outside the South Carolina State House[401]
Lake Wylie sign holding event on Charlotte Hwy 49 between the Buster Boy Bridge and Hwy 274, honoring the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg[402]
 South Dakota Sioux Falls event planned at Van Eps Park[403]
 Tennessee Knoxville dozens[404] The Women's March Coalition and Indivisible East Tennessee held a rally at Charles Krutch Park, then marched to the City County building and back. State Rep. Gloria Johnson participated.[405]
La Vergne[406] 17[407] event planned at Veterans Memorial Park
Nashville hundreds[406] Participants met up at Cumberland Park and marched along Cumberland River; Democratic US Senate nominee Marquita Bradshaw spoke at the event.[408]
 Texas Austin hundreds[409] Women's March Austin supporters gathered outside the Wooldridge Square Park (outside the Texas State Capitol) with a packed agenda.[410] They were met with a variety of counter-demonstrating groups that included the Proud Boys, Trump Supporters with Texans for America, Just Another Channel and InfoWars. Neither side had attempted to contact the other once realizing there was a scheduling conflict, nor was anyone required to obtain permits.[411]
Bastrop event planned at Bastrop County Courthouse[412]
Baytown event planned at San Jacinto Mall[413]
Bryan event planned at Brazos County Courthouse[414]
Dallas event planned at Dallas City Hall[415]
Denton Denton Women's March was held at Denton County Courthouse, led by the Black Rights Organization[416] and Denton Together[417]
Oct. 24 El Paso virtul event planned[418]
Georgetown march planned: Williamson County Sheriff's office - Williamson County Courthouse[419]
Houston 150+ Houston Federal Courthouse - historic Harris County Courthouse[420]
League City virtual event planned; League City Hall[421]
Lufkin event planned at Jones Park[422]
McAllen event planned at Archer Park[423]
Mesquite virtual event planned[424]
San Antonio ~100[425] Travis Park[426]
Waco event planned at Downtown Heritage Square[427]
 Utah Salt Lake City 200-250[428] Salt Lake City Hall - Utah State Capitol. Rep Angela Romero (D-Salt Lake City) encouraged everyone to vote.[429]
 Vermont Brattleboro 30+[430] event held on the Common;[431] State Rep Emilie Kornheiser addressed the crowd.[430]
Montpelier 200[432] Vermont Womxn & Femme March: a BIPOC-led Movement was held at the Vermont State House.[433][434]
 Virginia Oct. 24 Harrisonburg dozens "No Confirmation before Inauguration" march at Court Square; Harrisonburg Mayor Deanna Reed was present[435]
Herndon 150 Herndon Town Hall & Green[436]
Sterling 12 "HOLD THE SEAT" rally; 21430 Cedar Dr.[437]
 Washington Anacortes 40 Causland Memorial Park; event organized by the Anacortes Activist Student Union[438]
Bainbridge Island event planned at Waypoint Park[439]
Bellingham 90+[440] event held at Bellingham City Hall[441][442]
Chehalis dozens Chehalis Library - Lewis County Law and Justice Center[443]
Kirkland three dozen Moss Bay Kirkland, corner of Central Way & Lake Street S[444]
Lakewood event planned at Lakewood City Hall[445]
Olympia sign-waving event planned at 4th Avenue Bridge[446]
Omak 20-30 Womxn's March Okanogan County; Civic League Park[447]
Pasco event planned at Volunteer Park[448]
Port Angeles 300 319 Lincoln St - Clallam County Courthouse[449]
Port Orchard event planned at Mary Ann Huntington Children's Park[450]
Port Townsend 60 intersection of Sims Way and Haines Place[451]
Poulsbo event planned at corner of Hwy 305 and Bond Rd (adjacent to Valley Nursery)[452]
Raymond sign waving & voter registration event planned: Highway 101, Highway 6 to Health Street[453]
Redmond march planned: Redmond City Hall - downtown park[454]
Seattle few hundred Seattle City Hall; march organized by private citizens and unaffiliated with the official Seattle Women's March organization, according to an internet posting[455]
Snohomish "Rally for Ruth" planned at First Street in downtown Snohomish[456]
Vashon 200+ Ober Park[457]
Wenatchee 20-30 steps of the Chelan County Courthouse[458]
Yakima event planned at Millennial Plaza[459]
 West Virginia Beckley event planned at Raleigh County Courthouse;[460] joined by four young Black Americans holding a Breonna Taylor protest.[461]
 Wisconsin Fox Point sign holding event planned at corner by street lights at Port Washington Rd. & Lake Drive[462]
Milwaukee[463] 30[464] Milwaukee County Courthouse[465]
Minocqua march planned: Veterans Park, near Minocqua Post Office - The Bridge[466]
Muskego several dozen[467] corner of Janesville Rd at Moreland Rd
Racine 25[464] sign holding rally at Monument Square[468]
Viroqua marcg planned at E. Jefferson St[469]
 Wyoming Jackson event planned at Town Square, Broadway & Cache Streets[470]

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