Organize a march on Jan. 21 to support the national march.
On Friday, January 20 in Washington D.C., Donald Trump will be sworn in as the nation’s 45th president. The next day, a demonstration that aims to bring a million women and feminists to the nation’s capital will formally protest his inauguration as commander-in-chief.
Gloria Steinem article: https://www.theguardian.com/…/after-donald-trump-win-americ…
From Women in the World:Tuesday night saw the number of women of color in the U.S. Senate quadruple, with victories in California, Illinois, and Nevada. Although four out of 100 Senate seats may seem to be a small win, it is the largest leap in any one election. Japanese-American Mazie Hirono of Hawaii used to be the Senate’s only woman of color. She is now joined by Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, Kamala Harris of California, and Catherine Cortez Matso of Nevada. And in Minnesota, Ilhan Omar, a 34-year-old, hijab-wearing Muslim-American woman, became the United States’ first Somali-American legislator after winning a seat in the Minnesota House of Representatives