PO Box 542
Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
Last year hundreds of people marched in the first annual Women’s March on Walla Walla. Women and girls of all ages, and those who support them, declared from the streets of downtown Walla Walla that they would stand up for the values that make America great. Now it’s time to do it again!
For the last year, women have been organizing efforts across the Walla Walla Valley. From leading the fight against the assault on immigrants and transgender people, to running (and being elected) to public office. They’ve spoken up, got involved and made a difference. Now they’re kicking it up a notch, as they plan for their 2nd annual Women’s March on Walla Walla.
This non-partisan march is open for all women and their supporters. The march intends to bring awareness to the impact women have on our community (and the world), the inequality they still often face, their human and civil rights and the rights of others that will march with them in solidarity.
The march will begin at First Congregational Church (73 South Palouse Street, Walla Walla, WA) at 10am with a rally in the parking lot of the church featuring local community leaders. The route will go west, down Alder Street to 4th Ave, then turn right on 4th Ave, go one block and turn right on Main Street, turn right on Palouse and finish back at the church. You are encouraged to participate in all or part of the event.
Organizers ask that you DO NOT park in the main parking lot at the church, located off of Palouse. They ask that you park in the reserve lot off of Marcus or use street parking downtown. Please respect downtown businesses and their private lots. Please carpool if possible!