Hosted by Tri-Cities Womxn’s March
Location: Volunteer Park
Time: Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 1 PM PDT – 3 PM PDT
Duration: 2 hr
Hello All!! We are excited to present this year’s 5th Annual Tri-Cities Womxn’s March Event! Due to the winter weather, the march will be held the week following International Womxn’s Day on March 14th.
For accessibility and safety during the pandemic, we are organizing both an in-person and virtual event experience.
The in-person event will be held at 1pm leading up to a solidarity march at 2 in Volunteer Park in Pasco! Social distancing and masks will be required.
We will upload the happenings afterwards so that you may sit in the comfort and safety of your own home and enjoy the collaborative pieces we have to put together for your upliftment.
After listening to what’s on the hearts of our community, this year’s theme is Survival. We are here to meet womxn and femmes right where they’re at in the middle of this pandemic and embrace the collective intersections that we all walk through in our lived experiences as mothers, essential workers, the cornerstones of our families, and survivors of various forms of adversity.
For the sake of hope, empowerment, and support we have woven together community organizations that support the needs of womxn, real people just like you with amazing stories of resilience, activists, influencers, and more!
Check out our full digital program on the Womxn’s March page the day of the event for accessibility and safety.
Stay tuned for updates on:
– Speakers & Performers
– Self-Care Basket Give Aways
(containing permanent makeup treatments, spas and much more)
– Virtual sign making days (for in person event)
Join us to make a sign to carry in the march or show your support for the cause, and catch up with the team!
– Free Professional photo Op Pop Ups
For models taking pledges to challenge to create safer spaces in the Tricities
This is a safe space centered around Womxn of Color (WOC), trans womxn & nonbinary folx comfortable in womxn spaces.
So bring your listening ears and your BIG hearts
Children are welcome to attend, but be advised that some speakers may touch on complicated subject matter that may spark difficult conversations. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out.