Houston Women March On (HWMO), organizers of the Houston Women’s March, today announced their program lineup for the 4th Annual March on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, as well as a change in the March route, which will now end at City Hall.
“From youth climate activists to Houston’s first black poet laureate, our speakers and performers reflect our emphasis on justice and equality for our neighbors and our planet,” said Sheila Blake, HWMO’s 2020 March Director.
Speakers and performers include: Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton, Youth Climate Activists, HSPVA’s Madeline Holste performing Rise Up, Maria Treviño- Rodriguez, Council Member Letitia Plummer, Colectivo Feminista, Chau Nguyen from HAWC, Shakeib Mashood from IAMC, Sana Shahid, Rose Escobar, Ruby Powers, and representatives from Never Again, March For Our Lives, and other organizations focused on justice and democracy.
Special guests include elected officials and candidates running for office.
“This is a critical year for elections, the census, climate, and the progress we seek,” said HWMO President Robin Paoli. “Marching is a catalyst for activities from registering voters to running for office. We are honored to partner with youth climate leaders and highlight their work.”
The March will take place on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020: 9 a.m. at the Cistern/Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park, 10 a.m. March to City Hall for the rally.
HWMO is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, volunteer-led organization committed to gathering, mobilizing and empowering women. Learn more at www.houstonwomensmarch.org.