DemDaily Inauguration Day: We The People
January 20, 2017
Washington, DC was oddly quiet this morning -- as if waiting and watching for the impact of today's Inauguration to become a reality.
You could see it in the diverse, and still divisive, faces of the thousands who have come to DC -- to celebrate, or to make their voices heard as to the direction "we the people" take as a country.
"And when the arc of progress seems slow, remember: America is not the project of any one person. The single most powerful word in our democracy is the word 'We.' 'We the People.' 'We shall overcome.' 'Yes, we can." -- Obama's Farewell Letter to the American People
What we do moving forward impacts that direction. Take a moment. for
Tomorrow we March!
Friday, January 20th: Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies
11:45 AM Vice President's Swearing-In Ceremony
12:00 PM President's Swearing-In Ceremony
12:05 PM Inaugural Address
12:30 PM Departure of the Outgoing President
12:45 PM Inaugural Luncheon
3:00 PM Inaugural Parade
Actions: #DisruptJ20, CodePink, Planned Parenthood, America is Black, more (DemList Calendar for details)
Saturday, July 21st: The Women's March on Washington!
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm Program, March at 1:15pm
Where: Washington, DC
3rd Street & Independence Avenue, SW
(near the US Capitol & National Museum of the American Indian)
The DemList Calendar: for times and details on the March, protests, alternative happenings & events.
Submit Your Events: meet-ups and action for Saturday, so they can be included on the calendar! DC and state marches.
Woman's National Democratic Club: March Clubhouse. Resources and events this weekend. Tonight: Michael Moore!
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