Independence Women’s Huddle & URI Cooperation Circle
First We Marched
Now We Huddle
On January 21, 2017, the world co-created the largest protest in human history. Millions of people around the world marched to reinforce inalienable human rights: freedom, justice, diversity, solidarity.
But the Women’s March was just the beginning. Now the real work starts, with a special focus in our own Community … and beyond.
To build on the momentum of the Women’s March, its organizers have armed us with the resources needed to gather together in our neighborhoods and define next steps for activism and resistance.
Please Join Us!
Three local groups have unified and answered the call of advocacy to coordinate future efforts that are now urgent given our current political climate.
Over 5,000 Huddles have registered through the Women’s March in the United States and beyond. Grayson County Sewing & Resistance Society is a local group concerned about the state of our nation. URI has over 800 Cooperation Circles around the globe to address the most pressing issues facing the world and local communities.