10 Actions in the first 100 Days - Action 3

FIND A 'HEAR OUR VOICE' Event near you

We’re collectively generating a wave of thousands of grassroots-led protests, actions, and meetings directly engaging members of congress during the President’s Day week.

Use the map below to find an event near you.

How to make the most of a Hear our voice event

Attending a Hear Our Voice event doesn't have to be complicated. Download this guide from our partners at United State of Women to learn how to make the most of a Town Hall or in-district congressional meeting.


Don't see an event near you? 

Consider hosting your own event.

Click here to find out if your elected officials will be holding official town hall events with their constituents, and register your own event on the map. Check out this guide from Indivisible Project on how to make the most out of a Town Hall event.


If your member of congress isn’t planning on holding any public events, it’s still important for them to hear from you.

Call them up to set up an in-person meeting at their district office, or pull together an “empty chair” town hall event if they refuse to meet with you--and make sure to register your event on the map. For some tips on how to pin down your "missing" member of congress, check out this guide from Indivisible Project.


Missed the Kickoff?

Click here to listen to a recording of the kickoff tele-townhall, with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood, Leah Greenberg of Indivisible, leaders from the United State of Women, and Women’s March co-chairs Bob Bland and Carmen Perez, about how you can take local action to stand up and fight for equality, justice and freedom.


Come prepared with the facts.

When you engage with members of congress, make sure you know their voting record, and come prepared with the facts. Click the + below to see more information about key Women's March issues.


Immigrants and refugees have been the first targets of the new administration and Congress has not moved to stop the attacks and defend our nation’s promise as a beacon of hope for the world. Our partners at One America and the Unitarian Universalist church have some tips to help you tell your member of Congress you want to see them protect immigrants and refugees, regardless of their religion.


The Affordable Care Act (ACA) allowed 22 million Americans to access the health care they need, and reduced the burden on our hospitals and care facilities that uninsured, emergency visits cause. Let your member of Congress know you stand with the majority of citizens, who want to protect this vital program from repeal. Visit our partners MomsRising and the League of Women Voters to learn how to be an awesome healthcare advocate, and receive a storybook to share with your Representatives.


Access to reproductive health care is a basic right for over half the population to care for their bodies. Tell your member of Congress we will not go back to a time when the government made decisions about women’s reproductive futures and limited our access to birth control, STD testing and lifesaving, preventive cancer screenings. Our partner Planned Parenthood has resources to help you brush up on the facts.


When the NRA and the gun manufacturers’ lobby write our government policy, public safety is compromised. Our partners Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, part of Everytown for Gun Safety, and States United to Prevent Gun Violence have resources to help you speak to your member of Congress about the need for comprehensive background checks on all gun sales, and key issues like guns and domestic violence, guns in schools and on college campuses, and dangerous changes to concealed carry laws and Stand Your Ground.


Our partner Human Rights Campaign has created a state equality index that you can use to evaluate your state’s laws and policies that affect LGBTQIA+ people. Trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) people are at particularly high risk right now, from the wave of transphobic “Bathroom Bills” we’ve seen introduced to the disproportionately high rate of homelessness that TGNC experience. Our partner the Transgender Law Center has resources on these topics and more. Sign their 2017 pledge of resistance here.

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This campaign kickoff is in partnership with The United State of Women and a coalition of groups including Indivisible Project, Black Women Vote, Chicago Foundation for Women, Feminist Majority Foundation, Generation Progress, Jewish Women International, MomsRising, The Ms. Foundation for Women, Make It Work, National Council of Jewish Women, National Domestic Workers Alliance, National Network to End Domestic Violence, National Partnership for Women and Families, Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, Suit Up, VotoLatino, Women Effect Fund, Working Families, YWCA USA, 9to5 National Association of Working Women.

We work peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all.