Well, it’s official. Donald Trump is President. Now what are you going to do about it?
I’m not here to tell you the best way to get engaged and take action, but there’s a good chance your bicycle is the best way to get you there.
If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the Stranger’s Resistance Calendar, which is packed with different events and protests over this weekend. Bike to something. Meet people. Strengthen your community.
The biggest event happens tomorrow (Saturday) in solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington DC. As the X implies, the Womxn’s March on Seattle is intentionally intersectional.
“It is our goal to provide the resources necessary for people to connect with one another, become accomplices, and work towards equity and social justice in this country,” the official poster reads.
The march meets 10 a.m. at Judkins Park and will march to Seattle Center.
With 50,000 people estimated to attend, I don’t need to tell you that driving to the start is a bad idea. But Judkins Park is directly connected to the I-90 Trail and popular bike routes to most of the city. You know what to do. Continue reading