We believe that all issues are women’s issues—from racial justice to environmental justice to disability rights to Indigenous sovereignty. Nothing demonstrates this more than the devastating impact of the #LicenseToDiscriminate Executive Action and the House vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act on women and femmes of all backgrounds, nationwide.

For 100 days, this administration and leaders of Congress have used tactics to try and overwhelm us, by enacting harmful and destructive Executive Orders and legislation in rapid, overlapping bursts. They mean to divide us into groups with conflicting priorities. We will not let it happen. Our resistance movements are more focused than ever, we know these issues are interrelated. The attacks on queer and trans people, on disabled people, on Black, brown and Indigenous people, on immigrants, on poor people, on Muslim and Jewish people, the attacks on health care and the environment, the rendering of violence against women as a pre-existing condition—these are all one assault on our fundamental rights to live with dignity, autonomy and liberty.

On Monday, May 8, legislators returning to their home offices need to hear what we think about the House voting to legalize discrimination and make us all “pre-existing” conditions. Women’s March, with the ACLU’s People Power, United We Dream, Hollaback!, National Lawyers Guild, UltraViolet, The Gathering for Justice, and other national and local partners, will reaffirm our commitment to each other and our shared liberation through action, exactly six months after Election Day.

In solidarity with our families, friends, neighbors, coworkers and communities, we collectively stand for dignity, justice and freedom in the face of attacks on our health care, our identities and our lives. When one community is harmed, all of our communities are harmed. We are all part of one movement, and we pledge allegiance to the survival and liberation of all people.



Sign the Pledge of Liberation. Encourage your friends, family, and community members to do the same.


Download our Pledge of Liberation toolkit, which provides information on the different types of direct actions you can choose to engage in, and details the dos and don’ts of civil disobedience, what to do in case of an arrest, and FAQs of what to expect as a result.  

Find a demonstration near you or register one of your own.

Be sure to tune in to Women’s March on Facebook and Twitter for updates, and to register for our May 5, 6pm EST, webinar on the principles of nonviolence and how to effectively and safely take part in direct action and/or civil disobedience.


Hold a demonstration either inside or outside of your congressperson’s in-district office. Collectively read the Pledge of Liberation and our unity principles out loud.

Picket outside your congressperson’s in-district office.

Hold a sit-in inside your congressperson’s in-district office.

Pledge of Liberation partner signatories


Advocates for Health

FEM, Inc.

People Who




Virginia Democratic Women's Caucus

Virginia NOW

Unite Women, New York

Give Lively

Sheep Creek Farm



National Domestic Workers Alliance

Black Lives of UU

Sheep Creek Farm LLC

Advocates for Youth

Artemis Eternal

She's Running

National Women's Political Caucus

Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs


Center for Health and Gender Equity

Nuclear Information and Resource Service

National Rainbow PUSH Coalition

The Oracle Institute

NCJW Chicago North Shore

Indivisible Frisco

Church of Yoga NOLA

The Susan Jolley Awareness Program

ASHA for Women


ACLU People Power

United We Dream


Moms Rising

Love Army

Bend the Arc Jewish Action

MPower Change

Incarcerated Nation Corporation

The Gathering for Justice

Students for Choice

League of Women Voters

Jews for Racial & Economic Justice

National Lawyers Guild



2 Hours a Week

Justice League

Green Building Pages | Green Product Pages

WomenBeing Project

Human Rights-Racial Justice Center

Empower HER Tribe

9to5, National Association of Working Women

Women's Environment & Development Organization (WEDO)

Circle of Health International

Women Action and the Media

The Next Four Years - Milwaukee

Civic Direct


Ka'u Voices

True Nature Child

Progressive Ways


Get Equal

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