Women's March Cleveland is Back Downtown This Saturday

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Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the event that brought out grandmas wielding “I can’t believe I still have to protest this shit” signs and a bevy of crocheted pink pussy hats, the Women's March is coming back to Cleveland's Public Square this Saturday.

This time the nation-wide event, which kicks off with keynote addresses at 10:30 a.m. and rolls into the march at noon, is focused on female Power to the Polls. This includes getting women registered to vote and elected to public office.



As with last year, when 15,000 Northeast Ohioans (men included) came out for the first Women's March, all who support women's rights are welcome to participate in the event. The march concludes at the Free Stamp sculpture.

later that evening, a Power to the Polls voter registration party is planned from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 1375 W Clifton Blvd. in Lakewood.



Find out more here.


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