Resist Peacefully – Seven

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The Women’s March on Washington

Go directly to the Women’s March website before Saturday for information about the March in Washington, DC.

Reposted from The Washington Post. Read the whole article for important information.

What can I bring and what should I leave at home? Organizers are asking participants to travel light and expect backpacks and bags to be subject to search. These are some of the restrictions:

  •  Weapons of any kind are banned.
  • Bags/totes/purses for small personal items should be no larger than 8” x 6” x 4”.
  • If you require disability accommodations or related equipment, that will not fit into the above bags, enter via the ADA Accessible route: 4th St. SW from C St. to Independence Ave.
  • Canes, walking sticks, walkers, and portable seats are allowed for individuals who require them for mobility and accessibility on a regular basis.
  • Flags are allowed, but not on a pole. Posters and signs are allowed, but not with the use of wooden sign posts.
  • Folding chairs are not permitted.


I will repost this tomorrow, on Inauguration Day, and on Saturday, the morning of the Women’s March.

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DEFEND THE PRESS

They are our first line of defense in allowing facts to remain important and valuable to all of us in this new media/Trump age.

Subscribe to print news sources.

Follow reputable news sources online and on Facebook.

Support journalists through

Committee to Protect Journalists,

the ACLU,

and the American Society of Journalists and Authors

Resist Peacefully – Four

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CALL IT OUT

Contact the Executive Branch.

As of this posting, the administrations’ changeover hasn’t occurred. Once it does, I will add contact information for President Trump’s

Chief of Staff Reince Preibus

and

White House Press Spokesman Sean Spicer.

In the meantime, go to the White House website to find the links to the current offices in order to get through to the members of the Trump Administration after Friday at Noon.

The number to call the President is:

Comments: 202-456-1111

Switchboard: 202-456-1414

The address to write to the President is:

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20500

Don’t forget to include your full return address both on the letterhead and on the envelope.