Denver will once again join cities around the nation in a woman-led march and rally promoting social justice, human rights, and equality.
The 2018 Women’s March on Colorado is scheduled for January 20 at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver.
More than 100,000 people packed the park during last year’s event, which was held one day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Organizers say this year’s march hopes to build off that moment while showing rededication to the movement's core values.
“Nearly one year later, we continue to make our collective voices heard through four pillars of action – educate, empower, connect, and engage – to demonstrate that we will be vigilant in protecting these rights for our community moving forward,” March on Colorado organizers wrote in a release.
The event is inclusive to all – so men, children, even well-behaved dogs on leashes are encouraged to participate too.
The one-mile parade route, scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., will start in front of the City and County Building along Bannock Street and snake around the park area.
There will also be a shorter route option for those unable to march the entire way.
Following the march, a rally will be held at the park. A list of speakers and performers are expected to be announced at a later time.
Last year, all 50 states took part in marches—with the largest taking place in Washington, D.C., according to a sister march webpage.