Welcome to Tucson Women's March
Welcome to the 2019 Tucson Women's March website!
We have been hard at work for months to create another epic Tucson Women's March.
We've secured permits and insurance, arranged for all the infrastructure needs, created the march route. We've put together an amazing list of speakers, musicians, poets, and dancers. The route is accessible and the event is kid-friendly. All speeches will be presented in English and Spanish. It will be a march and a celebration of the richness of Tucson's incredible diversity, and we invite you to join us!
Please donate to help cover expenses, sponsor us, donate something for the silent auction, join a committee, volunteer at the march, and come to the march on Sunday, January 20, 2019!
We amplify our voices
We speak our truth
We are stronger
Can't keep silent
Please contact Dorothy Barth at SponsorWTM2018@gmail.com if you would like to donate an item or service for the auction.
Tuesday, November 13
6:30 – 7:30pm
Dusenberry River Library
5605 E River Rd #105
Sí, se puede!
We are fortunate to have the support of many wonderful local Latinas who are bringing the power of their culture and communities to the 2019 Tucson Women's March. All speeches will be in both English and Spanish, and our fliers and posters—soon to be all over town—are in both languages as well.
We are thrilled to announce that Brie (Howard) Darling, of Fanny Walked the Earth, will be performing her feminist anthem, When We Need Her, at the 2019 Tucson Women's March!
Fanny was the first all-female rock band to land a contract and issue an album for a major label, and our very own Alice de Buhr was their original drummer.
"How do you change the rot from within — how do you change the sexism, the racism that we just get used to?" guitarist June Milligan asked.