Women Creating Change (WCC) was thrilled to be participating in the Women’s March on NYC organized by the Women’s March Alliance* on January 18th for the fourth straight year. True to WCC’s mission, we continue to work with partners that encourage inclusivity and continue to raise awareness about gender equity, strengthening women’s collective power, and combating division and hatred.
Now, more than ever, it is vital for women (and their allies, too!) from across the city to speak out and stand up for the issues they care about. When we speak up and rise up, we can create real change in our communities—and beyond.
At the Women’s March on NYC, organized by Women’s March Alliance, WCC and tens of thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets to advocate for gender equity, strengthen women’s collective power, and combat division and hatred. WCC was proud to once again participate in this year’s Women’s March on NYC on January 18th. Check out photos from the day here.
At WCC, we’re building on our long and storied tradition of supporting New York City women from every corner of the five boroughs. In 2020, we’re doing our part to make sure every woman has a seat at the table.
Together, we can ensure the voices of New York City’s women are heard loud and clear.
* Women’s March Alliance is a fully inclusive and independent non-profit committed to advancing the fundamental civil rights of women regardless of faith, sexual identity and preference, race, cultural or religious background, or political affiliation. Women’s March Alliance is not affiliated with Women’s March, Inc. or its founders and is run by grassroots volunteers. They do not support any organization or person that is anti-semitic, anti-gay, anti-woman, or does not support equal rights for every human. They welcome any and all people who want to raise women’s voices through education and activism.
WCC Meeting Location -Alice Tully Hall (look for WCC signs)1941 Broadway, corner of West 65th Street and Broadway
New York, NY
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