During the days following the presidential election, women across our nation began to rally together in solidarity to stand against racism, misogyny, bigotry and hate. The solidarity of American women gave birth to the Women’s March on Washington. womensmarch.com Over 100,000 women and girls from all over the nation will march on Washington on January 21, 2017. More than 300 of those women and girls will represent Houston, TX.

Women & Allies has partnered with the Women’s March on Washington- HTX to support the efforts of our Houston representatives. Nisha Randle, the Houston organizer for the Women’s March on Washington- HTX, stated, “I watched in disbelief as Trump won the presidential election on November 8th. I couldn’t believe MY country elected a man that has been so openly misogynistic and degrading to women. I decided then, I was going to do everything I could to protect the interest of women and all marginalized populations.”

The Resolution Party on January 7, 2017 is going to be a fantastic opportunity to raise funds for a worthy cause. Genisis Blu, Houston Press “Rapper of the Year” will host and perform along with Shonnie Murrell. Zahid Dewji who was featured by Free Press Houston in their ‘Best of 2015’ edition will open the show with standup comedy. There will also be a continuous vibe of good tunes that keeps Houstonians up and dancing all night, provided by a local DJ. The Ballroom at Bayou Place, located at 500 Texas Street Houston, Texas 77002, has donated its venue for this worthy cause.

Women & Allies is a grassroots organization that believes in 100% inclusion. Women & Allies is dedicated to facilitate positive improvement and change for all those who are affected by bigotry, misogyny, discrimination and hate. Women & Allies will not rest until everyone is treated equally. For Liberty and Justice for All.


Women’s March on Washington, Houston Group


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