Organizing Partners

Women’s March Chicago is grateful to all of its supporters – voter village booth hosts, donors, organizing partners, individuals, businesses, institutions, registered groups and volunteers assisting with March to the Polls 2018 and beyond.

From these supporters, a long term coalition called We March On Illinois has formed. Look for information to be published on that group of partners who continue to collaborate across Women’s March Chicago’s areas of advocacy.

Women’s March Chicago is a proud affiliate of March On, a national network of women’s march organizers.


Voter Village Booths for October 2018

These organizations will be hosting booths in the Voter Village rally space along Columbus Drive on 10.13.18.  Visit them at their booth and learn about their organization or business. 

2nd Ward Dems Access Living The Advocates Tees
Alderman Carrie Austin, Ward 34 Alderman Michele Smith, Ward 43 Alderman Pat Dowell, Ward 3
Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 308 American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois (ACLU) Busy Beaver Button Company
CBD Natural Care Chicago NOW (National Organization for Women) Chicago Women in Trades
Chicago Women Take Action (CWTA) DuPage Dems The Economist
Equality Illinois Equip For Equality Fully Promoted of Crystal Lake
Garry McCarthy for Mayor Good Cause Goods Green Mountain Energy
Human Rights Campaign IL Muslim Civic Coalition Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence (ICHV)
Illinois Democratic Women (IDW) Illinois Nurses Association Illinois Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC-IL)
Indivisible Chicago Intelligentsia Ja’mal Green for Mayor 2019
JB Pritzker for Governor Kwame Raoul for Attorney General Lamont Robinson, candidate for State Rep, District 5
The Last Weekend League of Women Voters of Illinois Mik Mocha Prints
Moms Demand Action Mujeres Latinas en Accion Muslim Community Center
Muslim Women’s Alliance National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Northwestern All of Us Research Program
NRG Energy Passantes Foods Planned Parenthood Illinois Action
Rainbow PUSH Coalition She Votes Illinois Sierra Club Chicago
State Matters State Senator Mattie Hunter, District 3 Paul Vallas for Mayor of Chicago
Women Employed YWCA Metropolitan Chicago

 


Organizing Partners 2018

These organizations provide significant planning support, resources, time, training, and/or event speakers as well as Chicago marchers. If you are part of our network of organizing partners and don’t see your name please contact info@womensmarchchicago.org to be added.

Action for a Better Tomorrow Action Illinois American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois (ACLU)
Boricua Activated Busy Beaver Button Co. Cause the Effect
Center on Halsted Chicago Area Peace Action Chicago Foundation for Women
Chicago Votes Chicago Women Take Action City of Chicago
Common Cause Delaney Law Democratic Party of Oak Park
DuPage Progressives for Change Fierce Over 40 Fourth Ward Dems
Gather Activism Illinois Council on Women & Girls Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence (ICHV)
Illinois Democratic Women Illinois Education Association Illinois State Bar Association
Indivisible Chicago Indivisible Evanston Indivisible Illinois
Indivisible Oak Park Area JG Interpreting & Training Services The Last Weekend
League of Women Voters League of Women Voters of Chicago Libris
March for Our Lives March for Science Chicago March On
Moms Demand Action National Rainbow PUSH Coalition National Organization for Women (NOW)
Perkins Coie LLP Persist LIst Planned Parenthood Illinois Action
Pride Action Tank Sarah Matheson Photography Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law
SEIU Healthcare She Votes Illinois Sierra Club
Windy City Media Group / Windy City Times Women & Children First bookstore Women’s Bar Association of Illinois
Women Employed Women United Network YWCA Metropolitan Chicago

 


October 2018 March to the Polls

Click here to see the published meet spots for groups on 10.13.18.  If you don’t see one for your group, be one and set a meet spot.  Or just join us in the Voter Village on Columbus Drive when you arrive downtown on 10.13.18.

January 2018 March to the Polls

Participating Groups registered and brought marchers to Chicago on January 20, 2018.