The Omaha Women’s Day March has moved to March 10th to coincide with the weekend of International Women’s Day and to acknowledge that the systemic oppression of marginalized groups continues beyond every election. We are striving to organize an event that is a meaningful call to action for participants to look beyond their own privileges in support of all women, rather than the ones who are presented as most valuable in our society.

We are committed to empower, uplift, protect, and serve those who are most oppressed in our local community, especially trans women, gender-nonconforming people, women of color, and those with both visible and invisible disabilities.

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Centering voices of the underrepresented is our highest priority in planning this event. Our commitment to the Women’s Day March is to create a safe space for the aforementioned groups and all intersections in between and beyond.