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March: For Our Mothers, For Our Daughters, For Our Sisters

August 9 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am


“For Our Mothers, For Our Daughters, For Our Sisters” March serves to bring awareness to the systematic racism that has historically plagued the United States. As we recognize the need for equality in our city, state and country, we also celebrate the work being done today to make necessary change a reality. We celebrate and lift up voices of African American women in our Community,

The timing of this March strategically marks the 55th anniversary of The Voting Rights Act, signed into law on August 6, 1965. “It outlawed the discriminatory practices adopted by many southern states after the Civil War, including literacy tests as a prerequisite to voting” (“Voting Rights Act”).

Additionally, we celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.

As we march on August 9, 2020, let us join in discussion with our family and friends to remind this and the next generation that the end of racism and discrimination needs to begin today. Join us in remembering our black Mothers, Sisters and Daughters who have lost their lives due to police violence and systemic racism. We will also be celebrating our black Mothers, Sisters and Daughters that are actively working on Civil rights today as we remember those that went before them in the struggle.

We want to remain as safe as possible during this pandemic, so please wear a face covering and use social distancing during our march.

This event is a collaborative effort sponsored by:

JUICE (Justice Unites Individuals and Communities Everywhere)

Zim Cuisine

Tese Foundation

Do Good Shop.org

Finding Strengths

Davis Phoenix Coalition

Soroptimist International of Davis

Women In Leadership Davis (WiLD)

Parents of African American Children Davis

Yolo People Power

Solidarity Space Davis

LCLAA Sacramento

Yolo DSA

Jewish Action NorCal

Ink Monkey

Woodland Councilmember & Supervisor Elect Angel Barajas

Assembly Cecilia Aguiar-Curry

Councilmember Brett Lee, Davis

Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald, Former Chair City of Davis Human Relations Commission, Commissioner Police Accountability Commission

Congressman John Garamendi

Councilmember Dan Carson, Davis

Dillan Horton for City Council

Supervisor Don Saylor, Yolo County

Supervisor Gary Sandy, Yolo County

Mayor Gloria Partida/Phoenix Coalition

Supervisor Jim Provenza

Kelly WIlkerson, Candidate for Los Rios Community College District Board

Lea Darrah, Candidate DJUSD Board

Linda Deos, Candidate Yolo County Board of Supervisors

Vice Mayor Lucas Frerichs

Melissa Moreno, Trustee Yolo County Office of Education

Supervisor Oscar Villegas, Yolo County

Rochelle Swanson, Candidate and former Councilmember Davis City Council

Senator Bill Dodd

Vigdis Admundson, candidate DJUSD Board

Councilmember Will Arnold

Josh Chapman, Candidate Davis City Council District 5


August 9
9:00 am - 11:00 am
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WiLD Events (Women in Leadership Davis)
PAACD (Parents of African American Children of Davis)