March Route, Parking, Food Trucks
The accessible route will circle Jácome Plaza, and is just over a mile long.
From 10-11 will be speeches, the march will begin at 11 AM, followed by more speeches and entertainment until 2:00. We hope you will stay for the entire event!
We will have volunteers on hand to push wheelchairs for those who need help. You also can take a shortcut or just stick around and listen to music if you prefer.
We recommend parking at the following garages. Both will offer handicapped parking.
We have a wonderful selection of food for the march:
We will have water at the Southwest corner of Pennington and Church, slightly west of church on Pennington. Bring your own bottle.
As part of our goal is to revitalize longtime community advocates and to ignite new people to get involved in Southern Arizona, we are pleased to announce many of the organizations that will be tabling at the march. Please take the time to stop by their tables and get information and find your passion!
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
Esperanza Dance Project
Feminist Majority Foundation
March for our lives Tucson
No More Deaths/No Más Muertes
People's Defense Initiative
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
Tucson National Organization for Women
Youth On Their Own
YWCA Southern Arizona
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