The Annie's List Blog
Women's March on Austin
January 24, 2017
Photo by Casey Chapman Ross
On Saturday it was great experience to march with about 50,000 of our friends and allies as a partner organization for the Women’s March on Austin.
The March is over, but the work continues. Annie’s List will be in Bexar County this weekend for the first of our Ready to Run: Local Leaders candidate training of the year. We will also be in Dallas County, Tarrant County, and the Greater Houston area next month.
Below are some great images we saw from the march in Austin and some fun things saw from around the state. If you have a great shot from a Texas city not included, let us know!
— Al Braden (@albradenphoto) January 22, 2017
Incredibly proud to be a Texas woman today 💪🏼 pic.twitter.com/8fDUKQGCCt
— Laurie Felker Jones (@heyLFJ) January 21, 2017
50,000 people in Austin, Texas!
— Victoria Neave (@Victoria4Texas) January 23, 2017
Annie’s List Endorsed Champion Rep. Victoria Neave led the Women’s March in Dallas.
— KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) January 21, 2017
March attendees in Houston. h/t KTRK.
An estimated 1,500 people marched in San Antonio. h/t The San Antonio Express News.
— Adria Iraheta (@AdriaKFOX_CBS) January 21, 2017
Hundreds also came out to march in Brownsville. h/t The Brownsville Herald.
— Sarah M. Vasquez (@sarahmvasquez) January 21, 2017
Hundreds marched in Beaumont, where change was seen at the ballot in December in Jefferson County. h/t KBTV
Really proud to have marched with a future President of the United States today. I don’t know who she is, but she was there. #WomensMarch
— Michael Linden (@MichaelSLinden) January 22, 2017
To check out more images from the Women’s March on Austin, check out our Facebook album!