Fort Collins For Progress invites community to 2018 women’s march

Doug Hay

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Fort Collins For Progress wants to invite the Fort Collins community to join the group at the Women’s March in Denver on Jan 20. The group has reserved buses to transport 500 people to the march.

As Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” By showing up at the Women’s March, Fort Collins and Loveland residents can demonstrate their commitment to justice.


Looking back on 2017, it becomes clear that the issues affecting women are truly shared by all, whether African American, Native American, poor, immigrant, disabled, Muslim, lesbian, queer, or transgender. Fort Collins for Progress will march in solidarity for freedom from violence, protesting gender, racial, and economic inequality.  

This march promotes efforts to move women into public office, educate young people about the power of voting, and encourage local organizations to address issues in their home communities.

Community members can share energy with thousands of people who believe in the power of unity.  Fort Collins For Progress wants to begin this election year with a show of solidarity, persistence, and determination to preserve our democracy.

Interested community members can use this link to purchase round-trip bus tickets provided by Fort Collins For Progress to the Women’s March in Denver: