News 12

Activists Plan Next Steps After Women's March On Washington Rallies

News 12 —January 24, 2017

Activists involved in the Women's March on Washington say they are planning their next steps to turn the energy from the rally into a lasting change for the United States.

More than 3 million people participated in Saturday's march held the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration. Now some organizers say the goal is to stay mobile and join together.

"Groups like Citizen Action and Planned Parenthood, who are also coordinating a lot of opposition work against what's happening in Congress. I think that will keep everybody very busy," says New Jersey Citizen Action's Dena Jaborska.

Jaborska says a good tip for people who want to get involved in the cause is to save their local representative's number in their phones. This way they can let the representative know if they have concerns or if they like what the representative is doing.

Top Top | NJCA Homepage | NJCA in the News