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A Day Without A Woman: Women's March Ohio & International Women's Day Rally

March 8, 4:3-7:30pm rally, 6-9pm fundraiser
Outdoor event at the Gazebo in Goodale Park, indoor event in Goodale Shelter House, 120 W. Goodale St. 43215
Outdoor event – free. Rally will present speakers from the community, local leaders, elected officials, and a variety of food trucks

$20 donation for indoor fundraiser benefiting The RISE Project with RISE Travel will be held at the Goodale Shelter House from 6pm-8pm. This donation will help sponsor the WMW-OH Rally and includes drinks, music, snacks, a silent auction, plus raffles.

Actions include your personal contribution In Solidarity to A Day Without A Women. Attend the WMW-OH local International Women's Day Rally, get together with a group of women over breakfast or lunch at home verses a restaurant In Solidarity with underpaid workers, boycott businesses that further disenfranchise people in our society, and or strike from cleaning or cooking. What is A Day Without A Woman to you? Please Share! #HearOurVoice #WithoutAWoman #WMWOH.

International Women's Strike Solidarity Teach-In
March 8, Ohio State University
The International Women’s Day Solidarity Teach-In will be a day-long series of teach-ins on women's rights and work and the current threats to vulnerable populations around the world, including immigrants, refugees, trans men and women, and disabled people. The Solidarity Teach-In will be an "alternative school" for the day, so that students, faculty, and community members can participate in the call for a nation-wide women's strike, while also coming together for a day of learning, political debate, and movement building. We invite staff from across campus and workers from the community to attend, as well as professors and other instructors to bring their classes out to the teach-ins, and for students to come individually as part of this strike. We encourage attendees to wear red, the color of solidarity chosen by the national organizers of the day of action.

In addition to inviting speakers, organizations will be tabling at the event in order to get folks involved in movements on and around campus. We also hope to showcase art in all its forms throughout the day. We believe it is essential that we make connections among our movements and across this campus to effectively fight against the attacks on human rights we see everyday in our country and around the world, especially in the current political moment.

Watch our Facebook page “International Women's Strike Solidarity Teach-In” for a detailed agenda for the day coming soon.

Capital University Day of Action Teach-in
Wed, March 8, 9am-4pm, Capital University Student Union
Learn about issues related to women, human rights, and social justice and ways you can take action.

The Pussy Grabs Back
Artists reception Friday, March 10, 7-11pm
The Vanderelli Room, 218 McDowell St, Franklinton
The Pussy Grabs Back is group exhibition that celebrates all that is womanhood. The intent of this exhibition is to show that through the arts, we can share our voices. We will be heard and we will not allow our country to backslide into hate and inequality. The concept will evolve as the exhibition nears... mark your calendars. And if you are an artist who is a woman, or identifies as a woman and are interested in participating in the exhibition, please email examples of your recent work along with your concept for the show to

The Pussy Grabs Back is part of a neighborhood Silence is Death exhibition that explores the social and political role of creatives to ignite change, empower the people and challenge hatred in our community. We unite to celebrate our humanity. We unite to take a stand against hate. We have the power to eliminate hate when we are united. All great revolutions are fueled by creatives.

Silence is Death is an exhibition celebration of diversity, unity, and solidarity.
Inclusion - Promenade Gallery, 400 West Rich,
Locker Room Talk - 129 Studios
The Pussy Grabs Back - The Vanderelli Room
Making America Create Again - The Idea Foundry
Make Mine America - AWL (artist wrestling league) Headquarters
Soapbox- Lundberg Industrial Arts
20 percent of sales will be donated (distributed evenly) to Gladden House, Planned Parenthood, Standing Rock and the ACLU.

Threats to Women’s Health in Ohio
Saturday, March 11, 6:30-11pm, 1021 E. Broad St.
The Free Press holds a monthly Second Saturday Salon for activists to get together. Come socialize and network with other central Ohio progressives with light refreshments, music, and art. Saturday's speakers will be sharing about threats to (and the needs of) the reproductive health community in Ohio. Speakers include:
Claressa Page, Co-founder Feminist Flag Corps, Organizer for Planned Parenthood patient escort program
Michelle Love-Davis, Co-founder Feminist Flag Corps , Organizer for Founder's Clinic patient Escort program
Stephanie Sherwood Craddock , Executive Director of Women Have Options/Ohio
Anne Morrice , Political Organizer
Sarah Inkskeep , Organizer for Planned Parenthood
All are welcome. Presentation will begin around 7:30pm. Free, no RSVP needed. 614-253-2571.