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Join OPT at the Million Women March!

womens marchWe have reserved 40 seats on the Rally Bus, and we are scheduled to leave From Austin Gardens, 167 Forest Ave, Oak Park, at 4:18 pm on Friday, January 20, with an estimated arrival in Washington DC at 6:00 am on Saturday, January 21.  We are expected to return to Oak Park on Sunday morning about 9:45 am. The cost for the bus is $156.00. 

We currently have 25 people interested in attending the March. If you are still interested in attending, please send in your payment by Tuesday December 20. If you have friends who would like to attend, please have them register as soon as possible and pay prior to December 20.  Checks should be made out to Oak Park Temple with a memo “Washington March.”

We are so proud to be part of such a caring community! 

Rabbi Max Weiss, Cantor Julie Yugend Green and Danielle Sandler


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The Women’s March on Washington announced today that the location of our rally has been approved by an inter-agency task force. People from across the nation will gather at the intersection of Independence Ave and Third St SW, near the U.S. Capitol, at 10:00 am on January 21, 2017. The Washington Post reported on this update on Friday, December 9, 2017:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2016/12/09/the-womens-march-on-washington-says-they-have-secured-a-starting-location/?utm_term=.1303c75af9a9

The planning process will be ongoing until days before the march, and we will continue to work closely with the National Park Service, Metropolitan Police Department, Homeland Security, Capitol Police, and other agencies to ensure a safe march with all logistics in place to accommodate the number of people we anticipate convening. For security reasons, we will not release any further details about march logistics until a later date.  

The Women’s March on Washington aims to send a message to all levels of government, including but not limited to the incoming presidential administration, that we stand together in solidarity and we expect elected leaders to act to protect the rights of women, their families and their communities.

 

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