Where is the march and what time does it begin?
The march begins at Independence Avenue and Third Street SW in Washington, D.C., beginning at 10:00 on Saturday morning, January 21st. The Women’s March on Washington is meant as a show of solidarity for women’s rights and overall human rights.
Is the march just for women?
It’s a march for everyone, not only women. The organizers emphasize that the agenda includes supporting equality for all, including immigrants, religious groups, those who identify as LGBTQIA, people with disabilities and anyone whose rights might be threatened. Come be a part of history.
What should I wear?
It will be cold and busy in Washington, but most of what it takes to prepare for the march is common sense. Dress in layers and comfortable shoes. You’re going to be doing a lot of walking and standing. Depending on the weather, you may be doing it in snow, slush, or soggy muddy grass. A waterproof hiking boot is recommended for arch support, warmth, and keeping dry. For a coat, I recommend something that is insulated, comfortable, and waterproof. While many have wool, for a march I recommend something that will repel water and has a hood. Depending on temperatures, a hat and glove are highly recommended. You might consider wearing color so your friends can find you more easily in a crowd.
Be physically prepared to be outside, possible in cold weather, for extended periods. Museums and public institutions around the Mall will be open if you need to warm up.
What should I bring?
Bring as little as possible, but pack thinking you may be there longer than expected and with fewer facilities than expected. The basics:
Riders on our bus must be at least 21 years old.
Is my ticket transferable?
Tickets are transferable but not refundable.
Terms and Conditions
I hereby request transportation coordinated by Halawai, Inc. (“Hālāwai") to the Women's March on Washington in Washington, D.C. on January 21st, 2017.I understand that Hālāwai does not own or operate the charter bus(es) that will be used to transport the undersigned to the Activity, but that Hālāwai has hired GQT Transportation, a third party bus charter company to provide transportation to the Activity.
I fully understand that traveling by bus involves risks and dangers of serious bodily injury, including permanent disability, paralysis, and death; these risks and dangers may be caused by my own actions or inactions, the actions and inactions or other drivers or passengers; there may be other risks and social and economic losses either not known to me or not readily foreseeable at this time; and as between myself and Hālāwai, I FULLY ACCEPT AND ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOSSES, COSTS, AND DAMAGES I incur as a result of my participation in the Activity. I hereby release, discharge, and covenant not to sue Hālāwai, its administrators, directors, agents, officers, partners, volunteers and employees (“Releasees") from any and all liability, claims, demands, losses or damages on my account caused or alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the Releasees or otherwise and I further agree that if, despite this release and waiver of liability, assumption of risk and indemnity agreement, I, or anyone on my behalf, makes a claims against any of the Releasees, I will indemnify save and hold harmless each of the Releasees, from any litigation's expenses, attorney fees, loss, liability, damage, or cost which may incur as a result of such claim. I do not waive any claims I may have against GQT Transportation and its affiliates.