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On January 19, 2019, thousands of women and their allies will come together in Washington D.C. to celebrate the two-year anniversary of the 2017 Women’s March on Washington. In a show of solidarity with the national anniversary march, a group of women across the state in places across Michigan from Detroit to Saugatuck and Douglas are organizing their own marches.
These are a peaceful demonstrations on Jan. 19, and in Detroit will begin at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. In Douglas, the march will begin at Beery Field and march over the bridge into Saugatuck. Across the state, many thousands of women have participated in this tradition annually.
To follow developments and news about Detroit’s Women’s March go online to actionnetwork.org. For information about the Saugatuck-Douglas’ women’s marche, find out more on their Facebook page @saugatuckdouglaswomensmarch.