Thousands of people gathered at Mitchell Park Saturday, Jan. 18 for the fourth annual San Luis Obispo Women’s March, themed “The Time is Now.” This year’s Women’s March advocated for five actions: show up, speak up, vote, run and lead. It…
Organizers are expecting 4,000 people to attend the fourth Women’s March in Downtown San Luis Obispo Saturday, Jan. 18. The event begins in Mitchell Park at 10 a.m. with a rally. The march starts at 11 a.m. “We are heading…
SLO Queerdos drag queens and kings along with 7 Sisters Brewing Company are working to raise money for the local Women’s March in one fun-filled night.
“What better way to collaborate than dance?” Women’s March SLO Coordinator Ellen Morrison said. “It’s much easier to collaborate these days if you don’t have to talk to each other.”
While the Women’s March inspires thousands of participants, some students believe there is no political action taken beyond that.
Will Johnson argues that Millennials suffer from generalizations and the overuse of social media.
I simply want the best for the world I live in, and that necessitates that I demand equality for women.