FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Are you affiliated with the Women's March?
Nope. We were created in direct response to the absence of war from the recent Women’s March movement.
Why wasn't the 2018 march an “everyone’s” march? You’re excluding half the population by calling it a “women’s march.”
First of all, we are a women-led anti-Empire movement, we are not an antiwar movement exclusive to women. Men sit on our advisory committee and participate on our other volunteer committees as well.
Not only is there a historical precedent for a women-led anti-Empire march, women from all walks of life, from countries that have both been victims of and aggressors in conflict, from past generations or those living today, are adversely affected by war at far a greater rate than men. These claims are supported by statistics though those same statistics and realities of war are often swept under the rug or excused as necessary collateral damage. War is a women’s issue.
If something as trivial as a gender being tacked on to the name of a march and movement is enough to turn someone off from participating, they need to get their priorities straight and we’ll be here waiting for them, with open arms, when they are ready to participate. All anti-Empire humans are invited to participate in the Women’s March on the Pentagon.
Are trans women invited to join this movement?
All anti-Empire humans are invited to participate in the Women’s March on the Pentagon, from volunteering on our committees to attending the march in October to hosting their own solidarity marches across the globe. We do not discriminate based on gender, occupation, place of origin, sex, race, religion, political association, citizenship status, sexual orientation, etc.
Are you funded by George Soros?
No. We would have been on the news if we were.
Are you democrats or republicans?
Neither. We are a nonpartisan movement aimed at stopping the bipartisan war machine. We are anti-Trump just as we were anti-Obama. We are anti-imperialist, we are anti-colonization, we are anti-war. If the US war machine were not bipartisan, it wouldn’t be as powerful and deadly as it is today. To beat the machine we must rise above political divisions and unite on the simple and obvious fact that war is wrong.
Can you help me register to vote?
No. Google it. As stated above, if the US war machine were not bipartisan, it wouldn’t be as powerful and deadly as it is today. While we encourage our supporters to be involved in the political process both on the local and national levels, we can plainly see that, thus far, voting in itself has never brought an end to war.