Women's March on Olympia

Next Up – HUDDLES!

Ten days ago, we made history together by organizing the largest peaceful demonstration ever seen. Since then, many of you have shared success stories and anecdotes that have inspired us and moved us nearly to tears. Now, the challenge and... Continue Reading →

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Survey for Women’s March On Oly

Please take a moment to fill out our survey.  We want to see what can change, what can stay the same, or what you might want to add.   It gives us some good advice on how to proceed from here.  Thank you! ... Continue Reading →

Stand With Standing Rock

Last week Donald Trump (won't use the word President) signed an executive memo that will make it easier for TransCanada to complete the unfinished portion of the Dakota Pipeline Access.  This pipeline could impact local communities, water supplies and cultural heritage... Continue Reading →


We are doing a BIG push to prevent Sen. Jeff Sessions from being confirmed as US Attorney General.

Organizations and Companies

We would like to thank the following organizations and companies for their participation in the women's March of Olympia 2017 Black Alliance of Thurston County Capitol Florist Islamic Center of Olympia NARAL Old School Pizza Olympia Supply Orca Books PFLAG... Continue Reading →

Commemorative Merchandise

Due to popular demand, we have additional commemorative merchandise avaliable! Our newest carrier also provides extended sizes and new items. Check out the gear at: Olympia Mug white: Olympia Mug blue: Olympia dog tag: Olympia hoody dark:... Continue Reading →

Pussy Hat Project

Want to bring a little something extra? Do you knit, sew, or crochet? Check out the Pussy Hat Project!

Why A March?

We, in Olympia and our surrounding cities, are joining others around the world on January 21 in championing human rights. The rhetoric of the past election cycle has insulted, demonized, and threatened many of us - immigrants of all statuses, Muslims and those of diverse religious faiths, people who identify as LGBTQIA, Native people, Black and Brown people, people with disabilities, survivors of sexual assault - and our communities are hurting and scared. We are confronted with the question of how to move forward in the face of national and international concern and fear.

What Marchers Need To Know

Information for marchers, from those with extensive experience to those for whom this is the first event.

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