Looking for a way to make your voice heard about the incoming Trump administration? The New York City sister march to the Women’s March in Washington D.C. takes place this Saturday with supporters like the Mayor, Rev. Al Sharpton, State Senator Liz Krueger and Michael Moore, along with thousands of concerned New Yorkers attending. Read on for all the details, and a few alternative protests if the Women’s March isn’t your thing.
The March kicks off at 10:30 with a rally at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza on Second Avenue between East 47th and 48th. Marching will coincide with the start of the March in D.C., and will go down Second Avenue, turning west on 42nd and then to Fifth Avenue, where the march will pass Trump Tower. Details on the March can be found here.
Today at 6 pm, a rally at Trump Tower will be held. Attendees include Mayor De Blasio, Michael Moore, Alec Baldwin, Mark Ruffalo, Shailene Woodley and many activist groups. On Friday, around the same time as the inauguration, activists will stage an act of civil disobedience near Trump Tower and later that day, a 5 pm rally and march will take place starting in Foley Square.