The march will begin and end at the Medford Armory, followed by a Women's Faire with music, events, and speakers also at the Armory.
During the first annual Women's March, 18,000 participated. Last year's march brought in 3,000 people who braved the cold and rain.
"Moving to March will enable more people throughout the Rogue Valley to participate in this important, historic movement," said organizer Jennifer Bacon. "We'll remove conflicts for those wanting to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and avoid southern Oregon's unfavorable January weather."
The move also reflects a larger trend nationwide to more localized marches.
This year's March and Women's Faire will celebrate 100 years of women's right to vote and provide opportunities for all ages to get involved in our community. Speakers, performances, musical acts, food, and activities are planned, with more to come.
- Toni Dockter
- Elizabeth Fairchild
- Diane Novak
- Elaine Sweet
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