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Indiana Committee & Partners

The Indiana planning committee includes a diverse group of volunteers from across the state. We are organizing travel to the Washington March as well as Sister Marches in Indianapolis and Lafayette.

We have partnered with churches, non-profits and other activist groups from Indiana to promote the March and ensure participation from a diverse group of people. 

We have also formed an agreement with Angel's Wings Inc., a local nonprofit that supports mothers who have been or were incarcerated. The partnerships will allow us to accept tax-deductible donations to support Hoosier marchers. 

To learn more or contact Indiana Committee members, email us at Indiana@WomensMarch.com or join our Facebook Page

We stand together


Mission & Vision

National Organizers

The Indiana Chapter of the Women's March on Washington  is committed to the belief that Women’s rights are human rights,  regardless of a woman’s race, ethnicity, religion, immigration status,  sexual identity, gender expression, economic status, age or disability. --- We  implore ALL Hoosiers to band together in peaceful participation for  the Women's March on Washington in an effort to send a unified message  to our nation's leaders that we will defend our human rights and  dignities.  

We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. 

Mission & Vision

The Indiana Chapter of the Women's March on Washington  is committed to the belief that Women’s rights are human rights,  regardless of a woman’s race, ethnicity, religion, immigration status,  sexual identity, gender expression, economic status, age or disability. --- We  implore ALL Hoosiers to band together in peaceful participation for  the Women's March on Washington in an effort to send a unified message  to our nation's leaders that we will defend our human rights and  dignities.  

National Organizers

We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. 

Five Guiding Principles


Principle 1

Principle 2

Principle 3

Nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people. It is a positive  force confronting the forces of injustice and utilizes the righteous  indignation and spiritual, emotional, and intellectual capabilities of  people as the vital force for change and reconciliation. 

The Beloved Community is the framework for the future. The nonviolent  concept is an overall effort to achieve a reconciled world by raising  the level of relationships among people to a height where justice  prevails and persons attain their full human potential. 

Attack forces of evil, not persons doing evil. The nonviolent approach  helps one analyze the fundamental conditions, policies and practices of  the conflict rather than reacting to one’s opponents or their  personalities. 

Principle 4

Principle 5

Accept suffering without retaliation for the sake of  the cause to achieve our goal. Self-chosen suffering is redemptive and  helps the movement grow in a spiritual as well as a humanitarian  dimension. The moral authority of voluntary suffering for a goal  communicates the concern to one’s own friends and community as well as  to the opponent. 

Avoid internal violence of the spirit as well as external physical  violence. The nonviolent attitude permeates all aspects of the campaign.  It provides a mirror type reflection of the reality of the condition to  one’s opponent and the community at large. Specific activities must be  designed to maintain a high level of spirit and morale during a  nonviolent campaign. 

Principle 1

Nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people. It is a positive  force confronting the forces of injustice and utilizes the righteous  indignation and spiritual, emotional, and intellectual capabilities of  people as the vital force for change and reconciliation. 

Principle 2

The Beloved Community is the framework for the future. The nonviolent  concept is an overall effort to achieve a reconciled world by raising  the level of relationships among people to a height where justice  prevails and persons attain their full human potential. 

Principle 3

Attack forces of evil, not persons doing evil. The nonviolent approach  helps one analyze the fundamental conditions, policies and practices of  the conflict rather than reacting to one’s opponents or their  personalities. 

Principle 4

Accept suffering without retaliation for the sake of  the cause to achieve our goal. Self-chosen suffering is redemptive and  helps the movement grow in a spiritual as well as a humanitarian  dimension. The moral authority of voluntary suffering for a goal  communicates the concern to one’s own friends and community as well as  to the opponent. 

Principle 5

Avoid internal violence of the spirit as well as external physical  violence. The nonviolent attitude permeates all aspects of the campaign.  It provides a mirror type reflection of the reality of the condition to  one’s opponent and the community at large. Specific activities must be  designed to maintain a high level of spirit and morale during a  nonviolent campaign. 

Support Hoosier Women

Your tax-deductible contributions will ensure that Hoosier voices are heard at the Women's March on Washington. All donations will support Hoosier marchers and related causes.  

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Contact Us


Women's March on Washington | Indiana Chapter

We are a group of diverse volunteers from across the state. We are organizing travel and group logistics for the Washington March as well as logistics for Sister Marches across Indiana.

Join our Facebook group for more information or to contact the admins directly