Women’s March San Diego Guide Saturday January 20 2018: Parking/Speakers/Maps

Women's March San Diego January 20 2018

Women’s March San Diego is Saturday January 20 2018 in Downtown San Diego California.
Women’s March San Diego is a peaceful inclusive global social justice event.

Women’s March San Diego goal is to engage and empower our global community to support women’s rights, human rights, access to healthcare, social and environmental justice, safety and economic security.
This peaceful demonstration will also bring attention to the 2018 elections, magnifying the work being done by community organizations to turn out the vote!

Women’s March is Social at #WeekendofWomen

Women’s March San Diego 2018 Scheduled Speakers

Women’s March San Diego starts at 10:00am

Senator Toni Atkins
Elder Nancy Nagle of the Santa Ysabel Kumeyaay Nation
Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher
Skyler McCurine, MC
Congresswoman Susan Davis
Rabbi Laurie Coskey
Assemblymember Shirley Weber
Veronica May, Musician & Mental Health Activist
San Diego Women’s Chorus
Vanessa McCullers
Moms of Black Boys United
Dawniel Carlock Stewart
SD Women’s March President
Women’s Drum Circle
The Resisters
Councilmember Barbara Bry
Councilmember Georgette Gomez
Aliza Amir, Sexual Violence Activist
Christy Littlemore & Culture Shock
Leah Goodwin
Monica Boyle, 2018 SD Women’s March Organizer
Dr. Maria Nieto Senour
Dulce Garcia, DREAMer & Activist

San Diego Women’s March 2018 Location

San Diego Women’s March starts and ends at San Diego Waterfront Park located at 1600 Pacific Highway.

Women's March San Diego 2018 Map

Women's March San Diego 2018 Venue Map

Women’s March San Diego Parking and Transportation Services

San Diego Sprinter Train

San Diego Women’s March Trolley

Park at San Diego County Credit Union Stadium at 9449 Friars Road and ride the Trolley to Women’s March.

Coaster Train and Bus Service

Park at San Diego High School at 1405 Park Blvd in San Diego

San Diego Parking Finder

*Note: By choosing to attend this event, you are acknowledging the risks involved, and you are committing to participate nonviolently and in accordance with the law, and to work to de-escalate confrontations with opposing persons or others. You agree (i) not to engage in any act of violence or violation of any applicable law and (ii) to obey the orders of authorized event marshals and law enforcement authorities.

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