June 25, 2022
Rally - 12 pm EDT
March - 3 pm EDT


National Mall Washington, D.C

Getting There

We welcome March attendees from across the country to participate.


  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
  • Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

Buses & Trains

Union Station is the main transportation hub in Washington DC. It contains connections to the following:

  • Amtrak
  • Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC)
  • Virginia Railway Express (VRE)
city transportation
  • Capital Bikeshare
  • Circulator
  • DC Streetcar
intercity bus
  • BestBus
  • BoltBus
  • Greyhound
  • Megabus
  • Peter Pan
  • Virginia Breeze
  • Washington Deluxe
Rental cars
  • Avis
  • Budget
  • Hertz
  • WMATA Metros and Buses

Driving Directions

Interstate 395 provides access to the National Mall from the South. Interstate 495, New York Avenue, Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway, George Washington Memorial Parkway, and the Cabin John Parkway provide access from the North. Interstate 66, U.S. Routes 50 and 29 provide access from the West. U.S. Routes 50, 1, and 4 provide access from the East.


Hotel discount codes available on a first-come, first-serve basis

COVID-19 Guidelines

  • All march participants are ENCOURAGED to wear facemasks while participating in this event and adopt social distancing practices, but facemasks will not be required. All march participants are encouraged to be fully vaccinated, with booster(s), prior to attending the event.
  • To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and demonstrate responsibility, we urge participants from the list of high-risk individuals from the list published by the D.C. Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.) not to attend unless fully vaccinated.
  • Organizers of both DC and satellite rallies MUST monitor and adhere to guidelines issued at the national, state, and local levels related to limiting the size of gatherings. Continually assess current conditions regarding the spread of COVID-19 and engage with federal, state, and local public health officials.
  • Email registrants from states on the Mayor’s high-risk list to inform them of the guidance and ask that they stay home in their state.