Democrats Abroad Luxembourg is very proud to announce that we are promoting and supporting a local March for Science coordinated with hundreds of other marches and events all over the United States and the world.
Follow the event and indicate your willingness to stand with us here:
On April 22, we will stand together with millions around the world to say that the common good of humanity depends on defending critical thinking and the free exchange of ideas. The global Women's March organization has designated this an official successor to their own marches in January.
Please spread the word (and social media links) among friends and family -- American or not -- and scientists and women and anyone else who wants a better world. Watch your email for DA-specific events to make placards and posters the week before the march. If you'd like to volunteer to support the march or you know a group that would like to participate, please contact the main organization.
The members of Democrats Abroad Luxembourg elected officers and other leadership positions at our Annual General Meeting on 14 March 2017. The new Executive Committee is responsible for the work of the U.S. Democratic Party in Luxembourg, for enhancing the voices of its members in U.S. politics, and for advocating on issues of concern to Americans living abroad.
Democrats Abroad Luxembourg announces the following elected leaders:
- Chair: Will Bakker
- Vice-Chair: Eva Moynihan
- Secretary: Morgana Barbknecht
- Treasurer: Roger Behrend
- Legal Counsel: Susan Alexander
- Member-at-Large: Timothy Lone
- Member-at-Large: Natalie Bachiri
- DPCA Non-voting Representative: Vicki Hansen
With global concern focusing on the Trump administration and the Republican Congress, DA-Luxembourg seeks to be the point of contact for Americans living in Luxembourg to engage more actively with civic and governmental events in the United States. Interested individuals, groups, and press are invited to contact DA-Luxembourg at firstname.lastname@example.org
On January 21, 2018, thousands of women, femmes and allies will come together all over the world to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March and to launch our collective 2018 Women’s March agenda: #PowerToThe Polls #WomenSolidarity #MeToo
In Luxembourg we are organizing a Women's Solidarity March and Talk on January 21 for the Women's March anniversary weekend.
Democrats Abroad Luxembourg members will be joining numerous groups in marches, vigils and rallies around the world to commemorate the anniversary of the Women's March on Sunday, January 21. Please join us in an afternoon of Women’s Solidarity with a family-friendly walk - weather dependent - in the fields surrounding Luxembourg City. We will also have a discussion about women’s issues over the past year as well as moving forward and check in on sister events around the world.
The Women’s March will take place in Cessange on the walking route behind Cloche d’or. We will be meeting at a member’s house in a casual environment at 13:30 and start our stroll at 14:00. Following the walk we will discuss the issues facing women today. We will also help you request your ballot to vote in the US elections as they are more important now than ever. Non-Democrats Abroad and non-Americans are encouraged to join us in solidarity.
#Womensolidarity #metoo #Marchtotheballotbox #Womensrightsarehumanrights
Meet at 90 Rue Kohlenberg, Luxembourg City L-1870 (Cessange) between 13:30 and 14:00. The walk will be approximately 2-3 kilometers on a walking path and sidewalks.
Feel free to wear a pussy hat and pink as well as carry signs. Here are some suggestions from last year’s march. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/89-badass-feminist-signs-from-the-womens-march-on-washington_us_5883ea28e4b070d8cad310cd
Together, we will show this administration that women are not backing down.
Join us for the first anniversary of the Women's March.
Places are very limited for this private tour of the European Union's Court of Justice. Details will be required of all who RSVP. DA members may bring friends or family as guests and will be required to provide details for those guests.
The tour will include an overview of the Court, a guided tour of the building, and a special presentation on how the many languages of the EU are handled at the Court.
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