100 days ago we marched.
We didn’t know it, but the march was only just the beginning.
Over these past 100 days, you have continued to show up. You have reaffirmed your commitment to women’s rights again and again. You have written countless letters to your elected officials demanding action. You have huddled, growing your activist community and enacting change at the local level. You have shown the World what a day without a woman looks like. You have attended vigils standing as a symbol of hope in the face of fear, division and hatred.
You have helped build a global women-led movement where women all over the World are working to affect change within their local communities. Women have stepped up and demanded that people #VoteAgainstHate in the Netherlands elections and in France after the first round of elections, we saw that #WomenHaveThePower.
More than ever, all over the World, women are using their voice to be the change.
We are excited to see what the future holds for Women’s March, and here in the UK where a General Election has been called for June 8, it is more important than ever that we continue to make our voices heard.
#HEAR OUR VOTE
On 8th June, let's make our voices heard.
In calling for a general election, Theresa May has handed us all a major opportunity. Let’s not waste it. This June 8, let’s make our voices heard once more.
It is important to recognise the power of our vote. By focusing on the upcoming General Election, we can help elect Members of Parliament who will fight for our values. Our power lies at the local level, the pipeline for higher offices.
FOR ACTION 10, WE ASK YOU TO:
Spread the word!
We need MPs who represent and support our communities at every level. Let’s prepare now, so that over the coming 6 week election campaign, our local candidates hear our voice. Use the hashtag #HearOurVote on social media tell us you are ready.
Our voice. Our power. Our vote.
The politics of hate and division have no place in 2017.
Several women have graciously agreed to share their thoughts with us.
LET'S SHOW THE WORLD OUR MOVEMENT IS NOT STOPPING.
USEFUL TOOLS :
WRITE TO AMBER RUDD, HOME SECRETARY & MP:
St Leonards on Sea
East Sussex, TN38 9AZ
Tel: 01424 716756
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