On 1/19/19, we will be marching again, continuing to demonstrate our resistance to hatred and bigotry in all forms. This year, though, we’ve made a few changes. Chief among them is that we’ve changed our name. We are now Yavapai County Women March On. We have chosen to disassociate our group from the national Women’s March organization because of its failure to completely denounce anti-Semitic and anti-LGBTQ hate speech. Instead, we are affiliated with the March On organization which campaigns for both inclusion and action. Our message of inclusion is further promoted by the choice of purple as our theme color. It should be an inspiring and fun day so everyone please come join us at the Yavapai County Courthouse at 1:00 PM on Saturday, January 19.
If you haven’t received the recent emails re the organizational meeting or updates, please contact Amy Hurst, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the mailing list.
YAVAPAI COUNTY WOMEN MARCH ON — HAT NEWS – Jan Suderman is the “hat lady”. She has crocheted over 100 hats and they will be available for a $15 donation at the Prescott Indivisible General Meeting. They will make great holiday gifts. If you want to volunteer to make fleece hats, she will also give you a packet that includes cut fleece fabric (in shades of purple) and a pattern. Available at the PI meeting, you can sign out a packet and bring them back to the next meeting on Jan. 4. Fleece hats will be available for donation. Contact Jan – email@example.com if you have questions.