WHAT TO DO: Resist and replace (The Donald’s agenda)
Saturday, Jan. 21: 316 W. Washington Ave., 9 am-noon (Leading Locally); UW Library Mall, noon (Women's March on Madison); Lucille, 3-5:30 pm (Post-March Warrior Oasis)
Feeling overwhelmed by the parade of nasties taking the reins in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20? Spend the next day taking action, beginning at 9 am with “Leading Locally: 100 Days of Turning Ideas into Action,” a discussion session led by Ald. Maurice Cheeks. Gather at noon for the Women’s March on Madison, a local rally in solidarity with the national event taking place in D.C. Following the rally, join organizers from Planned Parenthood, ACLU, Emerge Wisconsin and others for the “Post-March Warrior Oasis.”
Saturday, January 21, at 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 316 W Washington Ave
press release: Every new president sets a 100-day agenda for the country. It is clear that President Trump’s agenda aims to take our nation backward. We won’t be passive -- we are going to take responsibility for shaping our own future and moving our city forward.
#LeadingLocally is hosting our community on Saturday, January 21 (the day after the inauguration), to set our own 100 day agenda for civic action in Madison. The first time we gathered was on the heels of the painful election. Now we will build off the momentum of our initial discussions and come together for this second event to Turn Ideas Into Action. Let’s work to identify what we can accomplish together, despite this administration.