What is the lineup of speakers?
Celebrities including Scarlett Johansson, Laverne Cox, Sophia Bush, Adam Scott, Olivia Wilde, Alfre Woodard, and Megan Mullally, as well as government officials and public advocates like LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, GLAAD President Sarah Kate Ellis, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles President & CEO Sue Dunlap, Black Lives Matter’s Melina Abdullah, and the ACLU of Southern California's Executive Director Hector Villagra. There'll also be performances by Idina Menzel, Maxwell, Melissa Etheridge, and the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles.
How to get there
The march will be crowded, security will be tight, and plenty of roads will be blocked off (the exact closures haven’t been made public yet, but there were 18 street closures in 2017), so take the Metro if you can. While they’ll be amping up service, know that the trains were packed last year and it took much longer to get Downtown than usual, so allow extra time. Parking will be close to impossible, but a rideshare should be able to drop you off a not-terribly-far walk away from the starting point. Failing that, you can also book a seat one of many Rally busses departing from locations around LA County and beyond.
What to wear to the march
Comfortable shoes, for one. There’s some debate about whether or not to wear last year’s signature pink pussyhats again this time around, but what is being encouraged is donning Women’s March LA garb, which will be available for purchase at the march.