Women planning mass march on Washington when Trump takes office
By Ellen Wulfhorst Reuters
NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Women anxious that a Donald Trump presidency in the United States could set back or destroy many of their rights are planning a massive march in Washington one day after he is sworn in, organizers said on Friday.
On Facebook, where the "Million Women March" is being organized, some 35,000 people said they would attend within the first 24 hours after it was announced, said Bob Bland, an organizer based in New York.
FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/Womens-March-on-Washington-1338822066131069/
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#NotMyPresident's Day: Endless Protests
By Mary Emily O'Hara NBCNews
The first two months of 2017 have been jammed with one protest march after another, and for many newly-christened activists, the hours in between are spent calling elected officials and obsessively reading news updates.
This week is no different. Thursday's "Day Without An Immigrant" saw rallies and marches nationwide, followed by Friday's "General Strike" in over 100 cities.
On Saturday, President Trump's Florida campaign rally was met with protests, and thousands attended a Muslim solidarity rally on Sunday in New York.
Monday may be a federal holiday, but activists aren't taking a break: streets will be filled with "Not My President's Day" protesters around the country.
"Not My President's Day" rallies are taking place in at least 25 cities. Over 20,000 people responded to the Los Angeles protest's Facebook event, and a statement on the page explains opposition to the Trump administration.
"Donald Trump stands against the progress we have worked hard to enact. He does not represent our interests," reads the statement. "On February 20th, we will honor previous presidents by exercising our constitutional right to assemble and peacefully protest everything Donald Trump stands for."
Protests have not stopped, yet: In fact, they appear to be increasing. After the election, children came home from school crying and scared.
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#NotMyPresident National Protest
By Christopher R Rice
Nov. 9-10th 2016 planned civil disobedience. Anyone can participate.
General Strike begins Jan. 20th, 2017. Strike ends when Trump is removed from Office.
Call in sick, take your vacation time. If you can not get out of work, you can participate in the work slow down.
Students plan to stage walkouts (during classes) all across the country to demand: "Impeach Trump" "Imprison Hillary"
This is a non violent civil disobedience direct action. This strike is not meant to hurt the country in any way put to remove those who have. You do not need to be violent to not go to work, to not go to school or not shop. Protest peacefully and lawfully. Find out the laws in your city/state and protest lawfully and legally.
General Strikes - a brief history (with video)
I can not personally organize each protest in each and every city and school. That is up to you. Begin organizing now. Post to your social media accounts and MeetUp.com
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