The Women’s March on Washington’s national organizing team values and encourages the participation of people with disabilities. We have worked with disability community partners to provide an accessible event and these resources.

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Please scroll down the page to find information on Getting Around DC, Attending the March, Disability Services and Rally Stage Program and ADA Seating Section.

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Getting Around D.C.

Attending the March

We hope that you will join us for the rally to kick off the march, please check out the event details in advance. The accessible shuttles from RFK stadium will drop participants will disabilities off at the corner of 4th Street SW and C Street SW.  You may also want to arrive by Metro (rail) at either the Federal Center SW or L’Enfant Plaza stations. When arriving please follow the signs or volunteer direction to the accessible entrance along 4th Street SW to Independence Avenue SW.

Disability Services

We would like to thank the volunteers from the Women’s March on Washington - Disability Caucus for providing accessibility advice, logistics planning and staffing the rally and march.  At the march rally site there will be a Disability Services/ADA Tent located on 6th Street SW near the corner of Independence Avenue SW, at this tent you will find these accessibility options:

  • Volunteer Sighted Guides

  • Volunteer Wheelchair Stewards

  • ADA Info Guide Volunteers

  • Mental Health and Peer Support Volunteers

  • American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters

  • Emotional Support Professionals & Peer Support Volunteers

  • Masks for Chemical Sensitivity Disability

  • Water, Juice and Snacks for Low Blood Sugar

  • Accessible Heated Tent

  • Service Animal Relief Area with water bowls

All services are based on availability.  Thank you to our volunteers and disability community partners for making inkind donations.

Rally Stage Program & ADA Seating Section

The stage program will be captioned live and interpreted into American Sign Language for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The online live stream of the rally stage will also include live captioning.

There will also be an ADA seating area for participants with disabilities and seniors who need to sit.  In this section people will find seating and wheelchair space, assisted listening check out, ASL Interpreters and volunteer readers / audio describers for the blind and low vision. Seats, space and headsets for assisted listening and audio description are limited and available on a first come – first serve basis. To get to the ADA seating section enter through the rally site accessible entrance at the corner of 4th Street Sw and Independence Avenue SW, turn right and travel to the section entrance.

In the case of an emergency please pay close attention to announcements made by police or from the stage, on the Jumbotron screens, from American sign language interpreters, your group’s march marshals or at the Disability Services/ADA Tent. Volunteer leaders and march marshals will be wearing orange vests.