It began with an issue that quickly spread. On January 21st,
women marched around the nation and across the world. Their
issues were diverse, but their message and unity were clear. We
will not tolerate injustice.
The movement continues, and it's no longer just women who are
speaking out. We must all join together. I ask you, no matter
your gender, race, sexuality, religion, social status or
disability, to keep the fever burning. It is up to each and every
one of us.
This awesome website proposes 10 actions over 100 days:
The March is Not Over! Pick an issue and take action.
THE FIRST ACTION: Write a postcard to your Senators about what
matters most to you - and how you're going to continue to fight
for it in the days, weeks and months ahead.
STEP 1: GET YOUR CARDS
Get the official card printed, design your own, or be one of
10,000 people who can get a free Women's March Postcard using the
Ink Cards App.
STEP 2: MAKE them YOUR OWN
Write down your thoughts. Pour your heart out on any issue that
you care about, whether it's ending gender-based violence,
reproductive rights and women's health, LGBT rights, worker's
rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, religious freedom,
environmental justice disability rights or anything else.
STEP 3: SHARE IT WITH THE WORLD & SEND IT TO YOUR SENATOR
Before you send it, take a photo of your postcard and use the
#WhyIMarch tag when posting it to social media.
Do you live in Ohio?
To help those in my state get started, I have complied this lit
of address for our two senators.
Ohio State Senators
(write to the office location closest to you)
Sherrod Brown (D)
801 West Superior Ave., Suite 1400 Cleveland, OH 44113
425 Walnut St., Suite 2310, Cincinnati, OH 45202
200 North High St. Room 614, Columbus, OH 43215
200 West Erie Ave. Suite 312, Lorain, OH 44052
Rob Portman (R)
312 Walnut St. Suite 3075 Cincinnati, OH 45202
1240 East 9th Street Room 3061 Cleveland, OH 44199
37 West Broad Street Room 300 Columbus, OH 43215
Angie C. Orlando
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