Get Ready to Crash the Inauguration

On September 20 and 21, thousands of people will descend on Washington, DC in a bold and energetic display of opposition the racist, misogynist, anti-immigrant, anti-union policies of Donald Trump and his corporate cronies. Hundreds of Pittsburghers are loading up on buses and caravans to join the action.

Want to find out how you can plug into this historic mobilization?

Join Fight Back Pittsburgh for an action briefing and training on Tuesday, January 3 at 7pm at the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers Hall (10 South 19th St.).

We’ll provide an overview of actions planned in DC, updates logistics on the ground, and opportunities to get involved.  We’ll also offer tips on planning to participate in a major mobilization like this, building affinity groups, and staying healthy and safe in the streets.

This event is open to anyone interested in traveling to DC for the inauguration.

Want to join Fight Back Pittsburgh on the trip to DC? RSVP now to secure your seat on the buses!

Can’t make it to DC but want to support the mobilization? Click here to donate to our scholarship fund!

12524106_438720409585960_5034805746545810932_n

About the Actions:

On January 20th thousands of people will come together in Washington DC for marches, rallies, blockades and other disruptive actions to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump. For more information on actions at the inauguration, check out http://www.disruptj20.org/.

On January 21, hundreds of thousands will converge in DC for the Women’s March on Washington. Details on the Women’s March on Washington are available at https://www.womensmarch.com/

**No photography or recording will be permitted during this event and representatives of the media are not invited to attend. Interested media outlets can e-mail info@FightBackPittsburgh.org to request a comment or arrange an interview.

Buses will leave from the Cathedral of Learning at 3pm on Thursday, January 19th and return late the evening of January 21st

Crash housing is available at St Stephens, but if you don’t want to sleep on the floor of a church, check out http://www.disruptj20.org/get-organized/logistics/activist-housing/ for other housing options.