Local nonprofit Immigrants United hosts candlelight vigil to honor and support the 4.5 million immigrants in Texas. Thu., Feb. 23, 6:30-8:30pm.
Viva la resist–DANCE. Austin's qmmunity dances in protest of Texas politicians trans- and homophobic laws. "We say no to bathroom bills. We say no to marriage equality limitations. We say yes to sweating in the streets!" Thu., Feb. 23, 6-9pm.
A peaceful protest uniting Texas Latinos and Muslims, though are all welcome. Bring spoons, pots, pans, etc. to make some noise....Los latinos y los musulmanes debemos permanecer juntos. Todo el mundo es bienvenido. La manifestación será pacífica, traiga a su familia. Sat., Feb. 25, 2-5pm.
#TXBlackWomenRiseUp! Join Dallas' Afiya Center to make your voice heard on women's reproductive rights with guest speaker Dr. Willie Parker and other abortion rights leaders. Mon., Feb. 27, 11am-5pm. Free.
Stand against xenophobia by marching with Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance (RITA)! The march for immigrant and refugee rights leaves City Hall at 8am, down Second Street and up Congress, and culminates in a rally at the Capitol. Tue., Feb. 28, 9am-4pm.
Workers Defense Project presents a day of Texas Lege lobbying followed by a march for workers' rights at 4pm, starting at 903 San Jacinto. Wed., March 1, 10am.
Counter Balance: ATX provides a space for women of the African Diaspora to share space and grow. "As women of African Diaspora, we have the potential to improve our cities, towns, and communities." See ticket link for details. Sat., March 4, 9am-3pm. Pay What You Can.
For those looking for a counter protest: Trump supporters are rallying across the country – including right here in Austin – in hopes of proving their numbers are as good as our. Anti-Trump gear is encouraged. Sat., March 4, 1-4pm.
Women's March organizers invite you to celebrate International Women's Day by striking. "In the spirit of women and their allies coming together for love and liberation, we offer A Day Without A Woman. We ask: do businesses support our communities, or do they drain them? Do they strive for gender equity or do they support policies and leaders that perpetuate oppression?" March 8, all day.
Educate legislators on reproductive health care issues and share personal stories of Texas women and families who depend on and support Planned Parenthood. Wed., April 5, 9am-9pm. $20, Scholarships available.
#TrumpTaxesMarch – We're still waiting on those tax returns, Mr. President. Sat., April 15, noon-3pm.
Spend Earth Day marching for science - because we know it's real. Sat., April 22, 10am-1pm.
The Austin sister march to D.C.'s Pride March. Track Facebook for upcoming details. Sun., June 11, 6-9pm.
EQTX, ACLU of Texas, HRC, Texas Freedom Network, and Transgender Education Network of Texas host an LGBTQ+ Advocacy Day so that all of us can ask state leaders to pass inclusive policies to protect all Texans, and end discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression. Advance registration is required with lunch provided. Mon., March 20.. $5.