The Women’s March Network’s programs are the heart of our work. These programs allow members of our network to connect with each other, to align around policy priorities, and to engage in online and on-the-ground organizing to shape our nation and its future.
Women’s Convention 2023
Continuing to go where the fight is, Women’s March held its 2023 Women’s Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “We’re at an inflection point in our country,” said Rachel O’Leary Carmona, Executive Director of Women’s March. “What we do in the next five years will determine the future of abortion rights for the next five decades. If we are going to protect our personal rights, our communities, and democracy itself, we need to build the biggest movement possible.”
The Women’s Convention was organized by Women’s March in collaboration with Black Feminist Future, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NARAL Pro-Choice America, DoSomething.org, Mozilla Foundation, Women’s Equality Center, National Women’s Law Center, SEIU, MomsRising, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Ben & Jerry’s, Supermajority, Ms. Foundation for Women, National Council of Jewish Women, FEMINIST, Emily’s List, Revolution Beauty, LUSH Cosmetics and WellBefore.
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