Nationwide Women’s March ahead of new Supreme Court term; here’s where demonstrations will be held in NC

This Saturday women will be marching in every single state across the country ahead of the Supreme Court reconvening on October 4. Women’s March and more than 90 other organizations are organizing a national call to mobilize and defend reproductive rights. Learn more at

Local in-person events include:

Rally for Abortion Justice – Raleigh
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 11:00am
Bicentennial Plaza. 1 E Edenton St Raleigh NC 27601

File photo. Demonstration for reproductive rights, Raleigh NC

Women’s March 2021 Durham NC
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 1:00pm
City Square. 201 Corcoran St, Durham, NC 27701 Durham NC

Protest for Women’s Rights
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 11:00am
Governmental Plaza. 110 S Greene St Greensboro NC 27401

Reproductive Rights March
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 2:00pm
To City Hall Winston Salem. 650 W 4th St Winston Salem NC 27101

Women’s Rights Rally
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 11:00am
First Ward Park. 301 E. 7th st Charlotte NC 28202

Rally Against Abortion Bans
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 11:30am
Vance Monument Downtown Asheville. pack square Asheville NC

Reproductive Rights Protest
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 1:00pm
East Carolina University- Student Center Lawn. 501 E 10th St Greenville NC 27858

Twilight Women’s March
Starts On Saturday, Oct 2 5:00pm
Craven County Courthouse. 302 Broad Street New Bern NC 28560

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