Thousands expected at Women’s March on Asheville on Jan. 21

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Organizers of the Women’s March on Asheville say they expect the city’s streets to be filled with demonstrators as locals join in solidarity with the national Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, Jan. 21.

Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer will kick off the event at 11 a.m. at Pack Square Park. Other speakers will include state Senator Terry Van Duyn, Nikki Harris of Planned Parenthood, Rev. Glenda McDowell of The Cathedral of All Souls, Buncombe County Commissioner and Campaign for Southern Equality Executive Director Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, Zeke Christopoulos of Tranzmission and community activist Iindia Pearson.

From Pack Square, marchers will walk along Spruce Street to Walnut Street. The route will continue up  North Lexington Avenue before turning onto College Street toward Pritchard Park. At the intersection of College Street and Patton Avenue, marchers will turn up Patton to return to Pack Square.

Map of Women's March on Asheville route. Image from the event Facebook page
Map of Women’s March on Asheville route. Image from the event Facebook page

Marie-Line Germain, a professor at Western Carolina University, has led planning for the march. A former grassroots organizer for Hillary Clinton’s Asheville campaign, Germain says, “This march goes beyond political affiliation.” Her organizing activities, she says, are an outgrowth of her individual convictions and don’t represent the university.

Borrowing from the Women’s March on Washington’s mission statement, the Asheville march stresses the importance of standing in solidarity with friends and family for the protection of human rights. Organizers say the march is a statement rather than a protest.

Lori Horvitz, director of women, gender, and sexuality studies at UNC Asheville and a member of the Asheville march’s planning committee, emphasizes the power in numbers. “People feel helpless alone, but as a community we can find the energy and enthusiasm to move forward in a productive manner and get things done,” she says.

Getting things ready in time for the march has required the efforts of a volunteer planning committee of three professors and two retired executives. Germain and Horvitz both say local businesses have been helpful and supportive. On Friday, Jan. 20, THE BLOCK off Biltmore will host a sign-making event. T-shirts for the march will be available and all proceeds will go to Planned Parenthood South Atlantic.

Although the event is called a women’s march, Horvitz stresses that this is an event for all. “The root of the march stems from our commitment to holding onto the women’s rights we have fought so hard for and won — the right to vote, the right to receive equal pay for equal work, the right to our own reproductive destinies, among others. But it’s not just about women, it’s about looking at oppressions in general,” she says. “We invite all genders to join us, and march with us, and fight for our rights because when one person is oppressed, we’re all oppressed.”

According to the march’s Facebook event page, thousands of individuals are either signed up for or have indicated they are interested in the march. For information on the march or to volunteer, contact WomensMarchAVL@gmail.com, or 828-338-3028.

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83 thoughts on “Thousands expected at Women’s March on Asheville on Jan. 21

  1. me

    “We invite all genders to join us, and march with us, and fight for our rights because when one person is oppressed, we’re all oppressed.”

    All genders? You mean both genders.

    • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

      That might be a challenging concept for mentally ill people to grasp.

      • Edison Carter

        Go ahead, and don’t give up even though you are a challenged individual. Give it your best shot; You can do it, Sparky.

    • Rebecca Schwartz

      There are far more than two, although I am assuming you are referring to the very narrow definitions of ‘male’ and ‘female’, genders. 💜

      • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

        Actually, those are the only two real genders. Anything else is an aberration or fantasy.

        • Lauren

          Actually, Snowflake, there are two ‘sexes’ (which are, biologically, how you are born), but many ‘genders’ (which are the social constructs you personally identify with)

  2. James

    Angry feminists throwing a temper tantrum. Grow up gals, the American people chose Trump for president and whether you like it or not, he’s your president for the next four – possibly eight – years. Next time, find a candidate who is trustworthy, honest and has a policy that’s in the overall country’s best interest.

    • bsummers

      “the American people chose Trump for president”

      No, the American people chose Clinton for president, by a wide margin. The Electoral College chose Trump, the loser.

      • James

        So New York and California voters should decide our elections and the unenlightened masses in fly over country should stay home and do as they’re told? Absolutely not! The electoral college exists to give fair representation to the entire country.

        • bsummers

          “fair representation to the entire country”

          “Fair”, meaning giving greater weight to voters in small, conservative-leaning states over everyone else. The only other time in recent history that the loser has been installed over the victor was… George W. Bush, one of the worst Presidents ever.

          We can argue over the Electoral College, but just acknowledge that there is no basis for Trump or his supporters, to claim that their viewpoint represents the majority. There’s no mandate for a “just get over it, you lost” sort of message. People will keep fighting for the views held by the majority of Americans.

          • James

            And if Clinton had won the electoral college you’d have a different outlook I’m sure. Accept the things you can’t change: there’s no point spending the next four, possibly eight years full of rage.

          • The Real World

            Another way of looking at the election outcome. Excerpt: Overall Trump won approximately 2,600 counties to Clinton’s 500, or about 84% of the geographic United States. However, Clinton won 88 of of the 100 largest counties (including Washington D.C.). Without these 100 largest counties she would have lost by 11.5 million votes.

            Clinton’s margin came from some very specific geographic spots. It was not broad-based.

            From this website, which includes a good visual: http://brilliantmaps.com/2016-county-election-map/

          • Huhsure

            Because we all know that what counts is the amount of space you claim. That’s America!

            What an idiotic argument.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            It’s not space, it’s states. The US is a confederation of states, each with their own government. The powers not granted specifically to the federal government belong to the states.

          • bsummers

            “It’s not space, it’s states.”

            Except you weren’t touting states, you were touting space. This is a perfect example of trying to have a fact-based discussion with someone who doesn’t want to admit hard truths. If you’re losing an argument, try to change the facts,

            Trump lost. More Americans voted against him than voted for him. Miles and miles of empty desert who you claim supported him, don’t change that fact.

          • bsummers

            Sorry, lost track of which anonymous sockpuppet I was replying to.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            No problem. My point was that presidents are elected, not by the majority of people, but by the majority of states (quantified by electors).

          • The Real World

            Why don’t we examine what happened in the Detroit recounts and then decide if there were any voting irregularities? From Detroit News.com : Most of those are in heavily Democratic Detroit, where the number of ballots in precinct poll books did not match those of voting machine printout reports in 59 percent of precincts, 392 of 662.

            According to state law, precincts whose poll books don’t match with ballots can’t be recounted. If that happens, original election results stand. “It’s not good,” conceded Daniel Baxter, elections director for the city of Detroit.

            And then, the Green Party (Hillary’s lackeys) withdraw from the Pennsylvania recount. Whadayaknow! Good call b/c they didn’t need a microscope on the Philly votes. It wouldn’t have been pretty. Like it wasn’t in 2012.

            So yea, unfortunately, we would need a real forensic exam of this election to see where the popular vote truly fell.

        • Mary K Simpson

          Isn’t it great that in this country we still have the right to peaceful assembly? Sounds like you have a problem with freedom and democracy, James. You don’t like it, don’t show up. You will not be missed. But please, don’t tell women what to do with their bodies–if we want to walk in protest, we will. If we want to have an abortion, we will. It’s not up to you or any other angry man to tell us differently. You so perfectly reflect the Trump-administration attitude. And you wonder why we’re walking

          • James

            There’s nothing peaceful about your assemblies. You people are so consumed with rage and hatred right now and have been since the whole sorry, modernist feminist movement got going back in the 70s. You can’t be peaceful when you have hatred in your heart. Trump is now the president, that’s a fact. I didn’t like it when Obama got elected but, I accepted it and didn’t waste my time throwing temper tantrums and demonizing people who chose to vote for him. As I posted earlier, the behavior of tomorrow’s protesters and today’s (i.e. their vitriol on social media) makes us feel all the better about voting for Trump and against the progressive agenda.

      • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

        “No, the American people chose Clinton for president, by a wide margin”

        Until all states make proof of citizenship mandatory for voting, this is a meaningless statement. Currently, only 4 states require proof. There’s no telling how many non-citizens voted during this election; probably millions.

        • luther blissett

          Prove you’re a citizen: and remember, birth certificates can’t be trusted, because Orange Julius Caesar and Sheriff Joe say so. Loon.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            Yeah real birth certificates and passports will do it. Basic common sense.

          • luther blissett

            Your birth certificate is a cheap fake from Mexico and your passport is a Valpak coupon book. Experts say so. The best experts. Try again.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            Yeah right. Getting desperate, are we?

          • luther blissett

            What’s a “real” birth certificate, Yellow Snow? Who says it’s real? Some of us here know the long history of vital records in the US, and the reason why North Carolina accepts under certain circumstances an entry in a family Bible as a valid birth record for people of a certain age born in a time before hospital births were the norm, especially for rural white folks or African-Americans. And some of us here are deeply ignorant.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            Progressives love to try to make outliers and non-normitaive exceptions look like the norm. The vast majority of citizens have legit birth certificates. Those that don’t can be accommodated in some way. The point is to screen out as many as possible who aren’t citizens. Democrats don’t like that idea because it will make their voter fraud so much harder. It’s just like the unions fighting against right-to-work laws.

      • Rebecca Schwartz

        There are far more than two, although I am assuming you are referring to the very narrow definitions of ‘male’ and ‘female’, genders. 💜

      • Deplorable Infidel

        OH OH, Barry’s back ya’ll…have you been on a world cruise ? We’ve missed you.

    • luther blissett

      “Angry feminists throwing a temper tantrum.”

      Oh, somebody‘s still pining over the demise of Waking Life. Sorry everybody swipes you left.

    • Edison Carter

      Many give the President Pumpkin Pinochet less than 4, maybe even less than two before ousted by impeachment or scandal. That’s a relief.

      • The Real World

        Edison, your bigotry is plastered on your sleeve. Hello? But, no surprise, as it’s par for the course from the “tolerant” crowd.

  3. BMacAVL

    @James…so YOU choose to continue berating folks who don’t agree with your personal convictions which does nothing but perpetuate the ongoing cycle of discrimination in our greedy/government/media/violent/hateful/addicted/fear driven society.

    The school of thought you have been brainwashed into believing is JUST one of the major problems that keeps our society separated. So why would you ever try to HELP our society find common ground solutions that don’t fit exactly into the LITTLE box you and the rest of the intolerant ASSHATS built. You would rather keep playing the ongoing “blame humans who are not EXACTLY like me game” and let the oligarchy that runs this world hold us back from an excepting/safe/happy/equal/tolerant existence.

    Go put your negativity into something you deem constructive like picking up trash on the side of the freeway or saving our limited precious natural resources…oh wait you would rather hide behind your keyboard calling others out for exercising rights as citizens of the same country you call home and choose to live!!!

    I hope you get stuck in traffic(and one day choose to think for yourself rather than what you are spoon fed daily to regurgitate through a stream of uneducated verbal dyharea by the powers-at-be hoping to discourage the TOLERENT majority from standing up for what is RIGHT) ;) Good Day

    • The Real World

      BMacAVL – you may have a worthy point or two in there but it’s hard to tell given the vitriol. The most divisive person in America the last many years has been our outgoing President. I believe a political pundit got right when she said, “he has never moved past his community activist days, he hasn’t matured beyond the college protesting”. There is not nearly the level of discrimination in the USA that you think there is. But, Obama is obsessed with it, is living in the past and has tried to drag everyone back there with him. Nope. we’re not going back there.

      “of uneducated verbal dyharea” — oh my, what is that? (ahem….spelling notwithstanding)

      And please do define for us how tolerance works?

      • luther blissett

        “There is not nearly the level of discrimination in the USA that you think there is.”

        There’s a much-reproduced social psychology experiment where if a meeting has 30% women, men think it’s equally split, and if it’s actually 50-50, men think women are crowding them out. 55% majorities act as if they’re oppressed 5% minorities. That’s you.

      • BMacAVL

        All Presidents are divisive puppets of the oligarchy running the show so the right vs. left finger pointing garbage is null in void. I understand the article features DNC supporters so it’s all party vs. party with some folks that believe we are already “PROGRESSIVE” or on the other hand “NOT PROGRESSIVE” enough…I invite you to take a step back and deep breath for this and all topics with a nonpartisan outlook we should all be taught by our underfunded education system being skimmed by the FEDS before any state ever sees the help.

        You totally got me on the “spelling notwithstanding” we all love a badass grammar police;) Way to be that guy and completely ignore or just not comment on the media brainwashed little box that is the stumbling block pitfall on both sides not just with @James’ far right outlook.

        tol·er·ance (ˈtäl(ə)rəns)
        noun
        1. the ability or willingness to tolerate something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with.

        I respect your opinion but feel you have much more to read into and except as TRUTHS or at least POSSIBILITIES which is the reason I figured chiming in would be productive for my peers growth that personally I would like to see fostered within all facets of education and policy reform within our society.

        “There is not nearly the level of discrimination in the USA that you think there is.” please enlighten us as to why our the laws of this country(which could be reformed mind you) lock up a large percentage of should be tax paying(mostly non-violent) citizens into cells we the PEOPLE pay for rather than attempting to fix a broken system and stop a war that will never be won in “THE REAL WORLD”?

        Or why would our government allow a drug to be approved knowing full well it is addictive/deadly but don’t care because they will see profit at a higher percentage once laws are past restricting the LEGAL pill because our greedy powers running the show already invaded a country after an alleged “terrorist attack” to control the worlds supply of the most addictive substance on the plant. Which we now continue to control and allow to be sold back on our own streets, knowing full well the “weapons” that we were going to stop from being built in the first place were nothing more than an entire fabricated tale spun through media(FCC is a government branch after all) propaganda just to obtain our populations support of said WAR(S)?

        And why are plants that grow naturally here on earth outlawed when scientific evidence has proven they are helping out with countless situations that are are directly correlated to issues created through evolution of man in our society. Could it be because BIG PHARMA knows money talks for greedy privileged or ass-kissing politicians turn the other cheek AT THE SAME TIME cancer treatment is profiting time year…after year…after year? Meanwhile families who need treatment can’t afford it because BIG PHARMA completely controls setting the prices in which all decisions are dictated by increasing the bottom line rather than how could we improve our dumbed down, drugged up, fearful and narcissistic society as a whole…

        “Nope. we’re not going back there.” (ahem…we are there since nothing has changed or is going to TRULY changing regardless of who craps daily in the the executive office sh*tter) With a name like THE REAL WORLD you sure have lots of trust into an outright and nasty corrupted system causing pain for millions of citizens but I am fully tolerant of your personal view point and will LOVE all my neighbors the same(just not agree with such spoon fed regurgitate stream of uneducated verbal DIARRHEA by the powers-at-be channeled through all knowing always truthful box hanging on the wall full of talking heats!)!!!!!

        • The Real World

          “puppets of the oligarchy running the show so the right vs. left finger pointing garbage is null in void” —- I am in substantial agreement with this. You need to make that point strenuously to your Democrat friends because they don’t believe that.

          Most Unaffiliated and Republican friends of mine understand who the oligarchy are and what they’re up to. If I mention that sort of thing to my Democrat friends they look totally puzzled or as if I’m from outer space. They have no clue. Scary, it is.

          So hey, if someone accidentally dropped a nuke on Davos, Switzerland right now, I would shed no tears. Is that hate speech? Naw, I said accidentally.

    • James

      BMacAVL – thanks for this reply. You have illustrated the very reason why Donald Trump was elected. We, the silent majority, are sick and tired of condescending elitists who consider us to be brainwashed fools for not buying into the “progressive” agenda. All throughout the campaign and now, post campaign, we heard and continue to hear shrill, hysterical shrieks from the left bashing white men, bashing pro-lifers, bashing practicing Christians, bashing anyone who chose not to line up and support the “progressive” agenda 200 percent. The division in this country is thanks to people on the left who divide us into designations of profiled segments rather than see citizens of the United States of America. They created these divisions to create images of oppression and victim-hood which is a money making operation for the likes of the Sharptons, Clintons and coming soon, the Obamas. These pro-abortion feminists are a great example of intolerants who assume that no women in their right mind voted for Trump and that all women with their version of a right mind support killing unborn babies with taxpayer funds. Let them have their little temper tantrum marches and I hope the big media covers it far and wide so those of us in the silent majority can feel even better about voting against their agenda.

      • bsummers

        “We, the silent majority”

        You mean the minority, don’t you? Way more Americans voted for Clinton. Yes, the Electoral College process gave the losing candidate the Presidency, but that doesn’t give you some “majority” mandate. Period.

        • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

          Checks and balances; that’s what this country is all about. btw, you can’t prove your statement that more Americans voted for Clinton. Central Americans don’t count.

          • bsummers

            BTW, by that same argument, you can’t “prove” that millions of Trump’s votes weren’t cast from Moscow.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            No, I can’t, but that’s a laughably stupid idea. Non-citizens voting? A rational certainty.

          • luther blissett

            “Central Americans don’t count.”

            Hey, Nebraska’s not that bad.

          • bsummers

            a laughably stupid idea

            As is the notion that millions of illegal immigrants voted for Clinton. Just because it’s a lie that seems to legitimize Trump’s victory doesn’t make it true.

          • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

            Those days are gone that democrat voter fraud can be dismissed so flippantly.

          • luther blissett

            I heard that Martians voted for the orange peril because Martians are orange like their planet. Those days are gone that Martian voter fraud can be dismissed so flippantly.

          • Edison Carter

            What’s the color of the sky in your world, “snowflake”? Time to grow up and read the adult section of the news, and not the grocery store checkout line tabloid pablum.

      • luther blissett

        “You made me hit you”, the domestic abuser’s lament.

      • BMacAVL

        @ James “We, the silent majority, are sick and tired of condescending elitists who consider us to be brainwashed fools for not buying into the “progressive” agenda. ” or you choose to ignore or look the other way to perpetuate the senseless squabbling between the same two corrupt parties controlled by the true “1%er elitists” oligarchy because of either the personal gain you enjoy through the current system….or possibly because “the silent majority” are the biggest bunch of entitled narcissistic temper tantrum throwing group, totally incapable of independent thought or rationality to see the bigger picture of who’s playing who. I still with CHOOSE to love everyone for our differences…think about how boring the world would be if everyone was cut from the exact same cloth…

        • Lulz

          LOL, no. You don’t chose anything loon. You play majority mob rules and vilify anyone with a different POV as inferior. But your mob is weak minded.

      • Mary K Simpson

        One very simple truth you must be made aware of: Not one penny of taxpayer funds goes to one single abortion. It’s called the Hyde Amendment. Look it up.

        You said, “condescending elitists who consider us to be brainwashed fools for not buying into the “progressive” agenda.” No we only condescend to people who don’t do their homework before they spout off fallacies and facts.

          • Lulz

            LOL but remember Mary, you play around with the word “facts” yet won’t ever, and I mean ever, admit that Planned Parenthood has roots and is directly related to Margaret Sanger lulz. And I highly suspect that the weak minds and Xpress won’t even allow this to print.

    • Big Al

      Wait, wait…you call your opponents hateful and intolerant..and in the same diatribe call them Ass-Hats and imply that they are uneducated? How does that make YOU part of a “tolerant majority”?

      I’m not disagreeing with your bigger point, but your blatant hypocrisy, flavored by your apparent elitism,negates the validity of your argument.

      • Lulz

        LOL, because his spechul paper from college makes him tink he’s superior. But those morons at Starbucks with a bunch of college debt making 8 and hour say otherwise.

      • BMacAVL

        @Big Al, they are not my opponents as I stated in several of my other comments(since the whole system is corrupt) the “Ass-Hat” folks I’m referring to belong to both major political parties in this country(scapegoated through @James…sorry to offend if I have:)) which in fact is the same party with different points of view on a handful of issues and I invite you to continue reading all the comments to see that I myself choose to LOVE all those with differing opinions but calling folks out for blanket statements directed at the specific side they are opposing such as…

        “You people are so consumed with rage and hatred right now and have been since the whole sorry, modernist feminist movement got going back in the 70s. You can’t be peaceful when you have hatred in your heart. Trump is now the president, that’s a fact. I didn’t like it when Obama got elected but, I accepted it and didn’t waste my time throwing temper tantrums and demonizing people who chose to vote for him. As I posted earlier, the behavior of tomorrow’s protesters and today’s (i.e. their vitriol on social media) makes us feel all the better about voting for Trump and against the progressive agenda.”

        …may have been a bit brash and to your credit(and I appreciate you bringing up my passion comes off as “blatant hypocrisy, flavored by your apparent elitism,negates the validity of your argument”) may have not been the most politically correct verbiage(and after I re-read the passionate statement does come off as “consumed with rage”) does not sound like something coming from “tolerant majority” that an overwhelming amount of folks on both sides of the argument lack all together.

        I made the statement in an attempt to help him think about why people maybe exercising First Amendment rights that we all share as citizens of this counrty.. So then I ask myself and you all, why are people so upset with the constant bombardment of insults and the “I’m right and you’re wrong because I say so and so does FOX or CNN”… from the opposing side. Was the statement hypocritical? Yes. Did it help him think? Maybe. That single “Maybe” I’ll take as a small victory for our future for a more tolerant society and hope we can all learn/grow together. Sorry to have pushed your “WARNING – apparent elitism” button…

        Dare I ask you @Big Al, how does calling my statement out make YOU part of a ““tolerant majority”?” with no opinion of your own expressed for this discussion about the article or any other comments on this board beyond the single “wait wait” interjection?

        • Big Al

          Nice try, but this is not about me, it is about YOU claiming moral high ground while verbally rolling in the gutter. Try making your point without resorting to name-calling. When your discourse evolves above that of the the playground, then maybe you can speak to how educated others are.

  4. BMacAVL

    @James…It’s the same agenda is my point but you wouldn’t understand claiming to be the just as brainwashed “silent majority”

    • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

      The above comment was in response to this one, which didn’t get published for some reason

      “I wonder if any locals had the business sense to produce pu.ssy hats to sell to the marchers. They could make a killing. Just think how many of those liberated women would snatch the opportunity grab their own pu.ssy hat.

      (Oh my, I’m just pre.gnant with word play!)”

      • Lulz

        LOL, not only that but allow them to bring their cats with them too because that’s all that most of them will have in the end. Then they can stand proud at the fact that they are sexually liberated, strong and independent LOL. Because any man with half a brain will not SETTLE for these shrews who protest the right to kill their own children.

        • BMacAVL

          @Lulz, I wish you would read the article already…”Borrowing from the Women’s March on Washington’s mission statement, the Asheville march stresses the importance of standing in solidarity with friends and family for the protection of human rights. Organizers say the march is a statement rather than a protest.”(5th paragraph down)

          So why do you insist on bringing up issues not even involved in this “statement” mission …you simply choose to add your own FAR RIGHT narrative into everything you post…why not bring something constructive to the table…that’s right, infuriating those who don’t buy into the brainwashed lies you regurgitate helps you sleep at night…CONGRATS!

      • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

        There are two things that progressives absolutely cannot stand: being laughed at and ignored.

        • Mary K Simpson

          You just described Trump–not progressives–perfectly. Being laughed at or ignored gets his fingers all in a Twitter. Oh, and any disparaging remarks set him off on a two-year-old’s tantrum. Even Kellyanne said he’s a man-child. What does a man-child hate? Being laughed at or ignored.

      • Deplorable Infidel

        Snowflake, ROFLMAO! you’re WAY too clever for this crowd!

      • Edison Carter

        Maybe it wasn’t worth publishing: Take a hint, snowflake.

  5. Nat

    LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADIES!!! Yes ladies YES let’s do our thing and represent!

  6. Mike

    I wonder how many of the gals will protest by going topless? The weather shouldn’t be too cold.

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