Donald Trump is…
‘A nightmare on any street’
President Trump is visiting the UK from 12-16 July.
Since coming to office Trump has ordered children to be torn apart from their parents at the US border. He’s stoked tensions in the Middle East by naming Jerusalem the capital of Israel. He’s even pulled out of the UN Human Rights Council. Not to mention his harmful policies on refugees, women’s rights and climate change.
He feeds off division, bigotry and fear. So we need to put on our biggest show of solidarity to stand up against his hate.
Join us on July 13 in London for a day of joyful noise and action, as we stand together in celebration of all the things Trump hates most: our incredible diversity and commitment to human rights for all!
We will be joining Women's March London
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Come dressed as your favourite horror movie character. Let’s fill London’s streets with vampires, werewolves, ghosts, ghouls and zombies. Limited costumes will be available for you to borrow on the day.
Bring pots, pans, drums, whistles, and anything else you can think of to make the most terrible racket – so wherever in the country the beast may be, we know he’s going to be scared.
PLAN FOR THE DAY:
11:00: Meet at Regent’s Park tube station
11:30: Join #BringTheNoise march outside BBC, Portland Place W1B 1JA
12:00: March forms up
12:30: March leaves: Route — Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Whitehall, Parliament Square (there is a short route point at Richmond Terrace).
14:00 — 16:00: Rally in Parliament Square
Access info will be published shortly.
We are not able to provide toilets but will update the map to show nearest available public toilets.
There will be a quieter area at the end of the march for anyone with noise sensitivity.
MARCH SUPPORTED BY:
Amnesty UK, Women for Refugee Women, Southall Black Sisters, Stonewall, Hope Not Hate, Pride in London, GreenPeace, Liberty, Inquest, Help Refugees, Nisa Nashim Jewish and Muslim Women’s, Network, Environmental Justice Foundation, Gendered Intelligence, Dimensions, Dahlia Project, Abortion Support Network, Fawcett Society, Operation Black Vote, Reclaim, Safe Passage, Muslim Women’s Network UK, Team Future, Best for Britain, She Speaks We Hear, Women in Leadership, End Violence Against Women coalition, Democrats Abroad UK, ActionAid UK, Verve, Oxfam GB, Fourth Wave feminists, Women For Europe, Making Herstory, Everyday Sexism and Women’s Voice.