In Delaware, we want to honor and respect those who are feeling marginalized. We want to stand united and be seen, to let people and Washington know that we are here. We are watching, and we will not be silenced.
Our team is inspired and encouraged by the passion in Delaware. We continue to encourage all to reach out to women and supporters of women’s rights, civil rights, and human rights from all communities. This means not only asking them to join the WMW, but also challenging our new community to show up in support of the efforts of other activists and fighters for justice. The work of this march is not only to stand together in sisterhood and solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our families and our environment — but it is also to build relationships and mend the divides between our communities. It’s hard work, and it will be ongoing. It’s an ambitious goal – one that reaches far beyond January 21st – but we believe that there is no other way forward. Only together can we march towards freedom. We are looking forward to working with volunteers in our counties as we plan for the day of the march and seeing everyone united in Washington on 1/21/2017!