Hosting a Bend the Arc Contingent at your local Women’s March

Before you post your Women’s March Contingent on the website, we want to share a few quick pieces of information.

1. All the information you need to know about the location of sister marches can be found here. Find one near you and then identify a clear location where you can ask fellow Bend the Arc supporters to meet up with you before the march begins. After you add your contingent we’ll be in touch with you with more resources before the march (like important information and signs you can bring to the march).

2. When you post your contingent on the website, you'll be asked to enter some information, including date, time, and location:

A. Please include a full address so your meeting appears on the map and people can find it! Note that the address for your meeting location will be public.

B. Please leave the checkbox that asks if you want to “keep the RSVP page hidden from the rest of the site” unchecked.

C. Please leave the fields about ticket levels and price empty (these won't display when you're finished).

D. You'll be asked to include a description of your event. Here's a sample description you can copy and paste and customize as you'd like (feel free to add why you are marching):

I'm hosting a Bend the Arc contingent at the Women’s March on January 21, 2017 to bring together friends, family, and neighbors to march in solidarity and make sure the voices of American Jews are heard in this historic moment.

At marches all across the country, thousands of women and allies are taking to the streets to respond with a powerful message of unity: we are here, we will not be silent, and together we will not give an inch on our human rights. Sign up to join this Bend the Arc contingent!

3. If you have any questions, please reach out to Max Socol, Bend the Arc National Organizer, at [email protected].