Women’s March in San Diego – January 20, 2018

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in San Diego, Women's Rights

From Website:

On January 20th we will march again, this time for our voices and votes to be heard!  This peaceful demonstration will bring attention to the 2018 elections, magnifying the work being done by community organizations to turn out the vote!

First we MARCH, then we VOTE!

For their support, we thank the Kumeyaay people on whose land we march.


Senator Toni Atkins | Elder Nancy Nagle of the Santa Ysabel Kumeyaay Nation | Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez | Skyler McCurine, MC | Congresswoman Susan Davis | Rabbi Laurie Coskey | Assemblywoman Shirley Weber | San Diego Women’s Chorus | Vanessa McCullers, Moms of Black Boys United | Women’s Drum Circle | The Resisterz | Councilmember Barbara Bry | Dulce Garcia | Councilmember Georgette Gomez

more to be announced…

From Facebook:

On January 20, 2018, we will unite in San Diego to reaffirm our commitment to building a positive and just future for all, and to celebrate the spirit of resistance efforts over the past year.

Our march theme, Hear Our Vote, is designed to engage and empower voters to support women’s rights, human rights, social and environmental justice, and to encourage participation in 2018 midterm elections.

The San Diego march will be one of many worldwide events honoring the movement that brought out 5 million marchers on January 21, 2017, in what is considered the largest single-day demonstration in U.S. history.

For information about location, transportation, parking, speakers and giving, please visit our website at www.womensmarchsd.org.

Twitter: @womensmarch_sd
Instagram: womensmarch_sd


Transportation & Parking

IMPORTANT: The Coaster and Amtrak trains will not be running on January 20th.  It is recommended that marchers consider one of the following transportation options:

1. Park at SDCCU Stadium (formerly Qualcomm) and catch the trolley.  MTS has 5,000 free parking spots and will boost service to every 7.5 minutes beginning at 8 a.m.! Also, the Compass Cloud mobile ticketing app is the fastest option to get Trolley passes in advance. Exit at the County Center/Little Italy Station. All Women’s March Trolley service info can be found here.

2. Purchase a bus ticket through Amtrak, they will have bus service in lieu of trains.  Tickets are limited.

3. Get a bunch of marchers together and charter a bus!  info@sdcharter.com

4. Buy a ticket from Rally Bus.  As long as 30 or more people sign-up for a bus, it will run.  Prices start at $30 round trip.  Rally Bus organizes buses based on demand, so spread the word and help get those seats filled!

5. Search for parking in downtown San Diego.

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Frank Gormlie January 20, 2018 at 9:02 am

YFT discount for the March this morning.

Discount Code for existing users:

Code: WMSD2018

Code Details: 30% off 2 rides to and from the Women’s March San Diego or Women’s March North County San Diego with code WMSD2018. Maximum savings of $5 per ride. Discount applies to fare and Prime Time charges only. Valid between Jan 20, 2018 7:00AM and Jan 20, 2018 5:00PM.

Big hat tip to Susan Winkie.

Code Claim Website: https://www.lyft.com/invite/WMSD2018 – Existing users can enter the code in-app or they can enter their phone number on the claim website and the code will automatically be added to their account. Lyft will also send a confirmation text message.

Discount Code for new users:

Code: HearOurVote

Code Claim Website: https://www.lyft.com/invite/HearOurVote

Code Details: Women’s March San Diego has partnered with Lyft to bring you an affordable ride in minutes. Download, request a ride, and you’re on your way. Use code: HearOurVote to enjoy up to $5 in ride credits. Valid for new users only. Code valid for 15 days—that $5 is kickedback to WMSD for every Lyft user who takes their first ride with the above custom code!

#HearOurVote #womensmarchsd #WMSD2018 #Lyft
**Visit: http://www.womensmarchsd.org for more details about the march**
Women's March San Diego


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