Women's March on NYC

Meditate + march with the IDP community!


The Interdependence Project
28 West 27th Street, Suite 704 Between Broadway and 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10001
United States
Phone: info@theidproject.org


Sat, 1/21/2017, 10:00am - 4:00pm


Our pre-march meditation is full!  Our space can't accomodate more than 70 people so if you did not RSVP to attend, please meet us at 11:30 at Starbucks 3rd Avenue, Between 47&48!

Join us on January 21st, a day of national organized action for all those who face discrimination, injustice, harassment, or other mistreatment, to meditate and march with The Interdependence Project! 

We will meet at IDP's space for a short meditation and intention-setting session led by IDP teacher Caitlin Bailey, then travel to the march start location together.


9:30 AM: Doors to IDP space open (28 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001)
10:00 AM: Pre-march meditation
11:00 AM: Group leaves IDP space for march location: Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47 Street and 2nd Avenue) - we'll take the 6 train

11:30 AM: IDP's pre-march meet up - in front of the Starbucks on 3rd Ave between 47th + 48th St (757 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10017)

11:55 AM: IDP’s march group start time

Please RSVP to caitlin@theidproject.org if you plan on attending. 

This event is sponsored by individual donors like you.  If you'd like to support IDP@Women's March NYC and our other initiatives for engaged practice, please make a donation at this link or become a Monthly Member at this link.

Stated Agenda & Goals of the March:

  • Empower every human who witnesses or participates in the Women’s March on NYC to stand up for their beliefs and their rights

  • Connect victims of discrimination, civil injustice, sexual harassment, or unfair treatment in an environment that encourages them to share their stories, receive support and know that they are not alone

  • Remind the existing government body that they report to the people and the people expect their civil liberties to be upheld

  • Demonstrate to the incoming cabinet the speed and ease with which the people can mobilize if policies promoting inequality arise

  • Bring hope to those who have lost confidence in the United States Government by physically showing them that the power lies with the people

  • Remind every American that their right to assemble, march, demonstrate, protest, and vote is sacred and only available to citizens of free countries, countries like the United States of America

From the march's official EventBrite page:

For those who are unable to participate in the Women's March on Washington but are passionate about equal rights for every American, you are most welcome to participate in this parallel Women March in New York City. Please visit our FAQ regarding times, route, maps, and other pertinate details.

President-elect Trump has announced that Trump Tower will act as his surrogate White House for the duration of his term. Marching to the doorsteps of this tower to promote the advancement of equality and human rights for all diversities sends a clear message to the incoming cabinet that we are watching. This march also sends a message to the millions of foreign onlookers that Americans believe in equality and stand ready to fight for it.

More details and updates from the organizers on the march's logistical details can be found at the official Facebook page and FAQ.


Caitlin Bailey studied sound recording, Italian, and cello for her bachelor and master degrees, but her life took a different turn when she moved to New York and fell in love with yoga and cycling. She has raced for Team Vulpes and Team Dedicated Endurance Training. Caitlin has been a student at The Interdependence Project since 2011 and is a graduate of their 2014 Yearlong Meditation Teacher Training Program. She is a student of Ethan Nichtern and enjoys exploring how meditation and yoga practice can help us uncover our kindest and most authentic selves.


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