Organizations from all over the state will be on hand during the March & Rally to provide information on how you can become involved in your community. The booths will be setup around the State Capital.
Organizations in Attendance:
Alice Guffey Miller joined by V.L. Cox
There will be a crowd-sourced, sculpture-based messaging project set up at the rally. Marchers are invited to stop by and write a message for peace on sculpted hands as part of a larger, long-term work in progress.
Arkansas Abortion Support Network
We work to reduce barriers to abortion access through clinic escorting, abortion funding, and community outreach and education.
League of Women Voters of Arkansas and LWV Pulaski County
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy on issues. Our goal is to empower everyone to shape better communities through education and study of the issues that challenge Arkansans.
Faith Voices Arkansas
1) Faith Voices is committed to protecting the integrity of both religion and democracy in Arkansas; we champion religious freedom by respecting individual rights, promoting policies that protect both religion and democracy, and uniting diverse voices to challenge extremism and build common ground. 2) Interfaith Arkansas strives to live and work in unity with neighbors, uniting in the truth we share while learning, sharing, and celebrating the unique qualities that make us diverse.
Buffalo National River Watershed Alliance
The mission of the Buffalo River Watershed Alliance is to preserve and protect the scenic beauty and pristine water and air quality of the Buffalo National River for future generations through public outreach and education, advocacy, and direct actions.
Accessible Legal Services
We are a nonprofit law firm that provides affordable legal services to clients. We also do monthly educational clinics around the State and have a public outreach program.
Just Communities of Arkansas
Just Communities of Arkansas builds communities—through education, celebration and advocacy—where every person is valued, every voice is heard, and everyone has a chance to succeed. We provide the groundwork for transformative shifts in thought; enhancing the work of government agencies, academia, media, businesses, community advocates, philanthropists, and congregations. We train youth and adults to include and understand one another in order to breed positive change on individual, societal, and ultimately systemic levels.
Moms Demand Action for Gunsense – AR Chapter
Moms Demand Action is a powerful grassroots network of moms that has successfully effected change at the local, state and national level. Moms Demand Action supports the 2nd Amendment, but we believe common-sense solutions can help decrease the escalating epidemic of gun violence. Currently, the Arkansas Chapter of Moms is working on stopping legislation that would allow staff and faculty to carry guns on public colleges and universities in AR.
Lucie’s Place provides homeless LGBTQ young adults in Central Arkansas with safe living environments, job training and counseling services in order to ensure lifelong stability and success, and works to promote equality and acceptance for LGBTQ young adults. Uphold the standard for providing high quality sexual and reproductive health care. Provide education that promotes informed proud and authentic sexuality. Change the culture through proactive advocacy to ensure equality in reproductive and sexual decision making.
Diamond State Rodeo Association
We are a diverse Rodeo group that promotes the Gay Western Lifestyle. Our sole action is to raise money, hold a Rodeo at State Fair Grounds, pay the bills and donate the proceeds to a 501- c3 Charity. This year CAR and Out of the Woods Animal Rescue. We are available for help when asked by any of our members to better their lives….
Arkansas Coalition for Reproductive Justice
Our mission is to build a grassroots network of reproductive justice supporters who will take action to improve education, access, and equality, with regards to reproductive rights and services for all Arkansans.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas
BBBS mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Our mission is advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls. Since our founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.
AR Equal Pay Coalition
Several groups are forming a coalition to work together, share successes and challenges, and learn about the steps our groups have underway to close the gender pay gap. We know many other groups around the state are also engaged on equal pay solutions. Our individual groups will be more effective when we combine forces.
The Van provides mobile outreach to the homeless community and women’s safe house.
NOW is the oldest (1966) and largest grassroots feminist organization in the USA. We are activists for a range of women’s issues, such as choice, pay equity, LGBT rights, ending domestic violence, and ending racism and promoting the Equal Rights Amendment.
Arkansas Women’s Outreach
Arkansas Women’s Outreach aims to promote the well-being of local homeless women through increasing access to adequate health services, health education, and desperately needed feminine hygiene products
Arkansas Women’s History Institute
Our mission is to heighten public awareness of the historic roles of women in Arkansas.Increase awareness of the ethnic, racial, regional, and class diversity of Arkansas women.Discover and inventory sources and publications by and about Arkansas women to benefit researchers.Encourage and facilitate scholarly research about women’s contributions to the state’s history.Empower today’s women to action through the knowledge of their own history and cultural achievements.
ACLU of Arkansas
The mission of the ACLU of Arkansas is to defend, protect and promote the civil rights and civil liberties of all those who make Arkansas their home.
Women’s Foundation of Arkansas
The mission of the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas is to engage our community to promote women and girls in Arkansas, so they can realize and achieve their full potential. We accomplish this through educational programs focused on STEM for girls and empowerment and entrepreneurship for women as well as grant making and research focused on the girls and women of the state of Arkansas. We are the only statewide foundation that focuses solely on women and girls in Arkansas.
Democratic Party of Arkansas
We are the families, friends and allies of the LGBTQ community in Little Rock. We meet monthly.