Ingram said that the organizers are working with the Department of Homeland Security, and D.C. Police, among other entities due to the security concerns around the Capital.

“We have a location that we believe will be the actual site for the rally,” she said. “We’re waiting for the Presidential Inaugural Committee to see what events they may have that may, for whatever reason, make us change our plans.”

Organizers are expecting a number of “high-profile speakers and big-name entertainers to be part of the program,” the Associated Press reported on Wednesday. 

The march will send “a big message visually for people in our communities to stand up against this administration and say that women will lead us, women will protect our communities,” said Linda Sarsour, national co-chair of the march and executive director of the Arab American Association of New York. “That’s really the vision that we have for this march.”

For more information and updates, visit the march’s Facebook page.

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