January 21, 2017, was our Women’s March on Montpelier and Unity Rally. It was a historic day in the movement for human rights.

By coming together, we showed the strength in our Vermont communities and made our powerful voices heard!

We have more AMAZING photos of the Women’s March on Montpelier to share with you on our Flickr account.

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And don’t forget our speakers!

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A Day Without a Woman

March 8th is International Women’s Day
A “General Strike” For “A Day Without A Woman”

For those looking to participate in the upcoming “A Day Without A Woman” strike, organizers of the Women’s March on Washington have released additional information on how to observe the day.

A Day Without A Woman Details


A Day Without A Woman Legacy“We saw what happened when millions of us stood together in January, and now we know that our army of love greatly outnumbers the army of fear, greed and hatred. On March 8, International Women’s Day, let’s unite again in our communities for ‘A Day Without A Woman.'” — Organizers of the Women’s March on Washington

PHOTO CREDIT: Graham Swaney, a senior at Mount Mansfield Union High School, documented the Women’s March on Montpelier and Unity Rally with his aerial camera.


Why We March

Women and Our Allies: Raise Your Voice!

Why We March…

Why I'm coming to March on MontpelierPROTECT Women’s Bodies:
Physical Safety
Reproductive Rights
Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Environmental Health

AFFIRM Women’s Diversity:
Identities, Histories, and Experiences of People of Color
Sexual and Gender Identities, Orientations, and Expressions
Multiple Abilities
Immigrant, Migrant, Refugee Experiences
Religious Freedoms
Cultural Expressions
All Ages

Why I'm coming to March on MontpelierVALUE Women’s Work:
Equal Pay
Fair Wages
Family-Fair Policies

RESPECT Women’s Contributions:
Science, Art, Literature, Society, Sports, Entertainment, Caregiving, and other endeavors

UNIFY Women’s Allies:
Women’s Rights Are Human Rights!