Join us March 26, 2017 to Rally & Walk for EQUALITY. We are fighting back against the attack on women's rights and pushing forward to put women and girls in the constitution.
Let's do this!
Here are some ways to show your support:
1. Tell us you're coming and invite others to join you here.
2. Let your friends know you will Rally & Walk for EQUALITY by saying you are going on our Facebook event page.
3. Share why you're walking for equality on social media with the hashtag #Walk4Equality
4. Make a donation to the Rally & Walk for EQUALITY and create or join a team by following these instructions. Raise just $25 by March 9 to get a commemorative ERA t-shirt.
***RAIN OR SHINE***
LOCATION: Pan Pacific Park (7600 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036)
DATE: Sunday, March 26, 2017
TIME: Check-in begins at 8:30 AM
Kickoff rally begins at 9:30 AM
Walk starts 10:30 AM
Event ends by 12:30 PM
Confirmed Rally Speakers
Curtis Armstrong – Actor and Producer
Dan Bucatinsky – Actor, 24 Legacy
Honorable Judy Chu – Congress member
Maria Elena Durazo – General Vice-President, UNITE HERE
Annabeth Gish – Actor and Activist
Wendy Greuel – Former Controller, City of Los Angeles
Abbe Land – Former Mayor and City Councilmember West Hollywood
Donna Mills – Actor & Activist
Emiliana Guereca – Women’s March Los Angeles Organizer
Frangela (a.k.a. Frances Callier & Angela Shelton) – Comedic Team
Jason George – actor, Grey’s Anatomy
Carol Ann Leif – Feminist Majority Board Member
Kamala Lopez – Award-winning Director “Equal Means Equal”
Rose McGowan – Actor, Producer, Director, Singer, Charmed
Jill Sobule – Singer
Honorable Hilda Solis – Supervisor, County of Los Angeles
Dinah Stephens – Director of Public Affairs, Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project LA County
Heather Thomas – Activist and Actor
Diana Trujillo – Team Chief, Curiosity’s Engineering Division, JPL/NASA
Jessica Yellin – Former CNN White House Correspondent
Ani Zonneveld – Muslims for Progressive Values
(Partial list – in formation)
The Walk for EQUALITY is sponsored by the Feminist Majority, a national organization whose mission is to empower feminists, who are the majority, and to win equality for women.