Women’s March Contra Costa 2020
January 18 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm| Free
WHAT: Women’s March Contra Costa County
WHEN: Saturday, January 20th, 2020 beginning at 10:30am, ending at approximately 1:00pm
WHERE: Civic Park, Walnut Creek
Interfaith Shabbat Service at 9:30 am: Interfaith leaders and friends will gather in the center opening of the space for a special Shabbat and Interfaith service lifting up Women’s Leadership. Talk to Rev. Will of ICCCC about this part of the day.
ICCCC & ICAN will have a booth at the March! Look for us!
Our group stands against hate in all its forms. Women’s March Contra Costa denounces any statements against the Jewish and LGBTQIA+ communities and will continue take action to promote intersectionality and inclusivity as we continue to work toward our vision of restoring dignity, sharing humanity and promoting equity for all. Women’s March Contra Costa is a local movement dedicated to empowering, educating and mobilizing citizens of Contra Costa County to stand together in support of civil liberties and protecting our planet. As women, we stand in solidarity as the unifying force that binds families together and unites communities. Our focus is to support, educate and organize events providing meaningful connections, and to speak out against intolerance. The planning committee, including a team of over 60 volunteers are working tirelessly to ensure that the event will be a safe and unifying family-friendly event. The Women’s March Contra Costa County/Walnut Creek is committed to unifying our community, building new relationships, and creating grassroots change. We work peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all. Women’s March Contra Costa is a local, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting intersectionality and inclusivity. Our organization is distinctly independent of Women’s March, Inc., a national organization. Women’s March Contra Costa is independently funded and does not share any leadership, decision-making input or financial connection to Women’s March, Inc.