March on Lansing

What: Rally on the steps of the State Capitol
When: January 21, 2017 – 1 PM to 3 PM
The goal of this march is to be all inclusive– it will be a peaceful demonstration in opposition to the wave of hate crimes and violence, and threats of official discrimination that have proliferated following the election . Women will march proudly alongside our allies from any religion, of any race, of all sexual orientations and genders, and of all abilities as a united front. We want to be clear that we won’t tolerate any sexism, bigotry, racism, hate, or intolerance from our elected officials.

We are for a Michigan that respects and protects all its citizens, that celebrates diversity and nurtures the human potential in each of us. This will be a sister event to the Women’s March on Washington for those who are unable to be there. Women’s March on Washington

Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be warming stations?

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church with be graciously opening their doors as a warming station. They will also be providing refreshments.

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
218 W. Ottawa Lansing, MI

Do you have buses going to the State Capitol?

We do not have the funds to provide transportation. We encourage everyone to car pool when possible.

Where are we marching from?

We will be symbolically marching from all corners of Michigan, to rally on the steps of the State Capitol.

Will there be sign language interpreters?

Yes, there will be two ASL interpreters during the rally.

How do I get there and where do I park?

Go here for more information:


Gretchen Whitmer, Gubernatorial Candidate. Ingham County Prosecutor. Former Michigan Senate Democratic Leader.

Lavonia Perryman, Former Chair of the Michigan Democratic Party Black Caucus, Women’s Vote Director Michigan Together, Women of Color 4Hillary Advisory Roundtable

Dizzy Warren, Executive Director of Enroll Michigan

Gretchen Driskell, Former Democratic member of the Michigan House of Representatives

Lisa Brown, Oakland County Clerk/Register of Deeds. Former Michigan State Representative

Barb Byrum, Ingham County Clerk. Former Michigan State Representative.

Jessica Lumbreras, Planned Parenthood Patient Advocate Click here to read Jessica’s Story



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