March. Organize. Empower.

Week of Action:

Our Members of Congress will be back in their home districts Feb 18-25th to hear from their constituents — it’s time for Congress to hear our voice! Together, we’re going to generate a wave of thousands of grassroots-led actions, protests and meetings. Sign up and get active!

Download your toolkit for a handy guide on how to plug into action already brewing across the country and get tips on how to organize action in your community! Not sure where to start? Check out this issue briefing.

Tele-Town Hall:
Thanks for joining the Town Hall! Shout out to our special guests Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Senator Patty Murray, Congresswomen Pramila Jayapal, President of Planned Parenthood Action Fund Cecile Richards and leaders from the Women’s March and Indivisible Project who joined us on the call! Did you miss the call? Listen or download here!

Get Involved:
Check out the map below for grassroots actions taking place across the country organized partner groups like the Women’s March and Indivisible. If there aren’t any actions planned near you, click here to find out if your elected officials will be holding official town hall events with their constituents.

 

Join the Week of Action:

Meet our Partners:

The United State of Women, in partnership with the Women Effect Fund, want to thank the coalition of groups that have come together for the tele-town hall and Week of Action – Women’s March on Washington, Indivisible Project, Black Women Vote, Chicago Foundation for Women, Feminist Majority Foundation, Generation Progress, Jewish Women International, MomsRising, The Ms. Foundation for Women, National Council of Jewish Women, National Domestic Workers Alliance, National Network to End Domestic Violence, National Partnership for Women and Families, National Women’s Law Center, Planned Parenthood, Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS), Suit Up, VotoLatino, Working Families, YWCA USA, and 9to5 National Association of Working Women.