Rallies, marches and protests happening in DC and Maryland

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With the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States, many people are looking for ways to speak out in support of civil rights and liberties. 

 

So, we've pulled together a list of rallies, marches and protests happening in DC and Maryland. Tell us what you're going to. And please post more event you're aware of in the comments on our Facebook page

 

Don't forget to Know Your Rights when protesting! 

 

Friday, Jan 20: Protest at the Inauguration: Stand Against Trump, War, Racism and Inequality. 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Freedom Plaza, 1355 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; If you’re from Prince George’s, you can meet up with the People’s Coalition at Greenbelt Metro Station at 4:30am to head down.

 

Friday, Jan 20: DisruptJ20 - Protest the Inauguration of Donald Trump. 9 a.m. McPherson Square Park, Washington, DC.

 

Friday, Jan 20: Women's March - Annapolis, MD. 12 p.m. Downtown Annapolis Annapolis, MD 21403 Annapolis, MD.

 

Friday, Jan 20: Inauguration Protest - MD Delegation, organized by Progressive Maryland. 12 p.m. Columbus Circle, Washington, DC

 

Saturday, Jan 21: Women's March - Baltimore, MD. 12 p.m. 33rd St N Charles St & E 33rd St Baltimore, MD.

 

Saturday, Jan 21: Women's March - Washington, D.C. Official, cosponsored by the national ACLU. 11 a.m. Independence Ave Independence Ave SW & 3rd St SW Washington, DC. ACLU March Day-Of Logistics Hotline: (201) 730-ACLU or (201)-730-2258.

 

Saturday, Jan 21: Showing Up for Racial Justice - DC, Anti-Racist Contingent at the Women’s March. 9 a.m. St. Mark's Episcopal Church - Capitol Hill, 301 A St SE, Washington, DC. 

 

Sunday, Jan 22: Rally for Roe, cosponsored by the ACLU of Maryland. 2-4 p.m. St. Johns United Methodist Church, 2640 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, MD.