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Johnnie Jae


Board Member of Not Your Mascots and LiveIndigenousOK, Writer, speaker, and advocate from the Otoe-Missouria and Choctaw tribes of Oklahoma, and founder and CEO of A Tribe Called Geek

Graylan Hagler

Local pastor and activist of Faith Strategies, Helped organize the March to Confront White Supremacy

Steven Douglass

Washington DC pastor, activist, and representative for the Terrence Sterling family

Erika Andiola

Political Director of Our Revolution and immigration activist

Ana Rondon

Organizer and immigration activist, Many Languages One Voice and the Justice 4 Terrence Sterling team

Valerie Castile

Mother of Philando Castile, founder of Philando Castile Relief Foundation

Linda Sarsour

fmr. Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York, Organizer for the 2017 Women's March, Palestinian-American political activist

Michaela Angela Davis

Writer on African-American style, race, gender and hip-hop culture in the United States

Gloria Steinem

American feminist, journalist, and social political activist

Farah Tanis

Co-Founder/Executive Director of Black Women's Blueprint and organize for the U.S. Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Sexual Assault.

Teresa Younger

President and CEO of Ms. Foundation for women

Toni Van Pelt

President of the National Organization for WomenFeminist and humanist activist

Dorcas Davis


co-founder of March for Racial Justice, Activist, facilitator, educator, artist

Gina Belafonte

Actress, producer, and activist to end gang intervention and issues of youth incarceration


DJ Barbie

14 year old electronic D.J. from Southeast D.C. Member of Girls Rock! DC


from the Piscataway Indian Nation on whose land we march.


EU (Experience Unlimited) is one of the original Washington, DC Go-Go bands.


Bucket Drum Brigade