Organize Carpools to Your Protest

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Protests That Have Used Group Carpool
  • Seattle Women's March
  • The Mayday Project Protest
  • Protest Tuition Hikes @ CSU East Bay
  • Carpool for the Atlanta March for Social Justice and Women
  • Youth v Gov March: Youth United for a Frack Free Colorado
  • Women's March Portland
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Organize Carpools to Your Protest

The Women's March was a worldwide protest on January 21, 2017 in hundreds of cities across the world and had nearly 5 million people participate. On this day, GroupCarpool saw its largest carpool usership growth day ever as protesters carpooled to rallies to advocate legislation and policies regarding human rights and other issues. The protestesters setup the following carpools:

  • women's rights carpools
  • immigration reform carpools
  • healthcare reform carpools
  • the natural environment carpools
  • LGBTQ rights carpools
  • racial equality carpools
  • freedom of religion carpools
  • workers' rights carpools

The rallies were aimed at Donald Trump, immediately following his inauguration as President of the United States, largely due to statements and positions attributed to him regarded by many as anti-women or otherwise offensive. It was the largest single-day demonstration in U.S. history and most likely, the largest day of carpooling in U.S. history.

The first planned protest was in Washington, D.C., and is known as the Women's March on Washington which drew more than 500,000 people. Nearly 90 different GroupCarpools were generated in the Washington D.C. area alone with thousands of passengers and hundreds of drivers working together to get to and from the Women’s March on Washington.

We were proud to be integral part of one of the most successful peaceful marches in U.S. history and are looking forward to helping the Women's March on Washington in their "10 Actions for the first 100 Days" campaign for joint activism to keep up the momentum going.

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