10 ACTIONS / 100 DAYS
We did it! On January 21, over 5 Million of us worldwide and over 1 Million in Washington, D.C., came to march, speak and make our voices heard. But it doesn’t end here - now is not the time to hang up our marching shoes - it’s time to get our friends, family and community together and make history.
EVERY 10 DAYS WE WILL TAKE ACTION ON AN ISSUE WE ALL CARE ABOUT, STARTING TODAY.
Action 1 / 10
THE FIRST ACTION
Write a postcard to your Senators about what matters most to you - and how you’re going to continue to fight for it in the days, weeks and months ahead. We’re offering printable postcards for you to download.
You can go it alone, or consider inviting some friends, neighbors and fellow Marchers over for a drink or dinner sometime in the next ten days to talk about your experience and fill out your postcards.
STEP 1: GET YOUR CARDs
Get the official card printed (see below), design your own, or be one of 10,000 people who can get a free Women's March Postcard using the Ink Cards App. If you have the equipment, you can print at home, or download the file and get cards printed locally.
STEP 2: MAKE A REQUEST IMPORTANT TO YOU
Write down what specific action you’d like your senator to take. Make your request very specific and focused on one policy issue because your senator’s office will tally it according to whether it’s on end gender-based violence, reproductive rights and women’s health, LGBTQIA rights, worker’s rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, religious freedom, environmental justice or any other policy issue your senator can take action on.
STEP 3: SHARE IT WITH THE WORLD &
SEND IT TO YOUR SENATOR
Before you send it, take a photo of your postcard and use the #WhyIMarch tag when posting it to social media.
Make sure to include your return address and your email. Congressional offices will only process the mail and add it to their tallies on policy issues if there are return addresses included, demonstrating that the mail does come from constituents.
Find your Senators' addresses with our easy tool below, put a stamp on your card, and put it in the mail.
Enter your zip code to find your senators:
Washington DC 20510
Washington DC 20510
Note: If you are a resident of Washington, D.C. and therefore do not have senators, you can send a postcard to Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton at: 2136 Rayburn HOB/Washington DC 20515
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We work peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all.
HEAR OUR VOICE.