The Women’s Agenda: Women’s March January 19th

January 19, we’re taking to the streets again for the third annual Women’s March on Washington. You already know we’re planning to flood the streets in cities across the globe. But I want to tell you about what the #WomensWave is carrying with us: The Women’s Agenda, a national policy platform and roadmap for our movement.

The Women’s March is YOUR march. This is YOUR agenda. YOU are the wave. Make sure your voice is heard on 01.19.19 by signing up to join a Women’s March near you.

This movement belongs to all of us. That’s why we’ve convened over 50 movement leaders and policy experts — all women, of course — from a wide range of backgrounds to collectively develop an agenda that represents ALL of us. We’re so proud to be working with leaders from Planned Parenthood, Bend the Arc Jewish Action, the ACLU, the Indigenous Environmental Network, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, Council on American-Islamic Relations, UndocuBlack, American Federation of Teachers, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, Pueblo Action Alliance, Girls for Gender Equity, and dozens of other organizations.

Urgent policy priorities will be identified by each of the following committees:

  • Ending Violence Against Women & Femmes
  • Ending State Violence
  • Reproductive Rights & Justice
  • Racial Justice
  • LGBTQIA+ Rights
  • Immigrant Rights
  • Economic Justice & Worker’s Rights
  • Civil Rights & Liberties
  • Disability Rights

Women’s March on Washington

Start: January 19, 2019 10:00 AM

Washington D.C. Washington D.C., Washington D.C., DC 20001


1/19/19: The #WomensWave is coming.

It’s time to march again.

The 2017 Women’s March inspired hundreds of women to run, millions more to vote, and dozens to win elected office. The 2019 Women’s March marks two years of resistance to the Trump presidency, two years of training new activists, and two years of building power. And this time, we’re coming back with an agenda.

On January 19, 2019, we’re going to flood the streets of Washington, D.C., and cities across the globe. The #WomensWave is coming, and we’re sweeping the world forward with us.

Event Information:

Important Locations

Please note: a site map will be released once it is approved by the National Park Service. This map will have locations of medic stations, water stations, heating tents, and porta-potties.

  • Gathering Location: We will be gathering on the National Mall between 12th and 3rd Street
  • Rally Location: The Rally will take place on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial
  • Main Support Station: Constitution Gardens located just north of the reflecting pool at 21st and Constitution Ave NW. The area will have porta-potties, water stations, heating tents, medic stations, and a lost person tent.

Important Times:

Public Gathering Time: 10:00am

March Steps Off: 11:00am

Rally Starts: 1:30pm

Rally Ends: 4:00pm


We’re searching for volunteers from the D.C. area to be a part of our March Team! Are you interested? Please sign up here.


The Women’s March has partnerships with Bus.Com, Skedaddle, and Rally. All three bus companies are donating portions of the proceeds directly to the Women’s March.

Here are steps to take to get your buses organized:

  1. Check out the Women’s March exclusive landing pages with Bus.Com and Skedaddle, or Rally.
  2. Thoroughly review the guidelines for bus booking with both companies.
  3. Book a bus – remember that you should have a bus lead/captain for your group to manage all the pieces and send reminders out to participant.
  4. RSVP here so we can make sure that you receive information on pick up and drop-offs.

Please contact with any questions.

Sister Marches

Our chapters around the country have begun planning their sister marches. Check out the map to find mobilizations around the country that you can join. If you’re interested in planning your own sister march, please register with the “Click To Host” button on the map. A representative from our field team will contact you within 72 hours with more information on how to get started. You will receive weekly updates, an invite to our Slack channel for Sister Marches and information about planning calls.

Looking for a #WomensWave event outside the United States? Head over to Women’s March Global to find an event on the Global Map or create one of your own!


If your organization or business is interested in partnering with the Women’s March, please first review our Unity Principles. If you would like to partner with us, please email


Women’s March Youth Empower chapters all over the country are partnering with their local state chapters to head to D.C. and to plan local marches. If you are a youth activist between the ages of 15-25 and you would like to be involved with the Women’s March in D.C. or at a sister march, please contact


What should I bring?

  • Small backpacks and bags are allowed. We recommend you fill them with water and snacks for the day You can store larger bags at Union Station.
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Layers (the weather in D.C. can be pretty unpredictable so it’s good to be prepared for anything!)
  • A reusable water bottle – we will have water towers available

What should I NOT bring?

  • Any weapons, or anything that can be construed as a weapon, including pocket knives, multi-tools, mace, scissors, etc.
  • Any illegal drugs (while marijuana is legal in D.C., the march will be on federal property and national park land, where marijuana is still illegal)

What about banners, flags, signs, etc?

You may absolutely bring your own banners, flags, signs, and other visuals. There are no limitations in National Parks or on District of Columbia Property on size of banners, flags, signs, and other visuals, except for a height limit of the 12 feet.

Will there be Spanish translation?

Spanish translation will be available on all jumbotrons north of the reflecting pool.

Is this March accessible?

Our organizing team is working hard to make sure that this march is inclusive of people with disabilities. Please email if you have a specific request not addressed in the information below, and we will work to make sure that it is fulfilled.

  • An ADA section will be located directly in front of the stage and will be open to those who require it.
  • All volunteers will be trained to provide general support for folks with disabilities. We will also have a specific volunteer crew to support participants with disabilities and give directional information.
  • American Sign Language interpretation will be provided on the stage, and picture-in-picture and CART in English will be available on the jumbotrons South of the reflecting pool.
  • An ADA tent will have smell sensitivity masks, a generator dedicated to recharging chairs, audio description headsets, water, snacks, and other support items available.
  • ADA Vans will be available to transfer folks from the gathering location to the rally area. These vans will pick up passengers on the corner of 12th and Jefferson Drive SW, and drop off passengers at the ADA section.
  • Every area where porta-potties are located will also have ADA accessible porta-potties.
  • Additional accessible porta-potties will be provided in the ADA section

How do I get to the gathering location?

You can use any of the following metros to enter the gathering location:

  • Metro Center (Red/Blue/Orange/Silver): From Metro center – Take any exit and head south on any numbered street
  • Penn Quarter/Navy Memorial: Head South on 7th street
  • L’Enfant Plaza:  Head North on any numbered street
  • Smithsonian Metro: You are at the gathering space

What Metros should I use to leave after the rally?

  • Smithsonian Metro: East of the Rally Space on 12th and the National Mall
  • Farragut North:  17th and K street NW
  • Farragut West: 18th and I street NW

How do I use the metro?

The Metro system in D.C. is relatively easy to use, and connects to various regional transit systems. We recommend buying a D.C. Metro card in advance.  Many people purchasing cards at once at the Metro machines can lead to long lines and delays. You can buy cards in advance here:

Pro Tip: Bring good walking shoes and lots of patience. You can find more information about the DC area bus and metro options at

What about parking?

Out-of-town cars should consider parking at Metro Stations outside the city and taking the metro into downtown (map here). Downtown parking is tight, even on the weekends, and parking lots are expensive but Metro offers free parking on the weekends!

What about trains and other forms of transport?

Amtrak has good service into D.C., and in fact, they offer group sales with discounted group rates. If you have 75 people you can sometimes reserve an entire car (bonus: use it as an organizing space too!) You can find our more about that on Amtrak’s website:

There are also many services that offer regional bus transit – you can buy individual seats, or also sometimes group rates. Costs can be very reasonable, especially if you buy early. A few options to consider are:

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