A parade featuring a giant Cinderella singing a song about freedom, patriotism and the United States is planned for Friday, June 2, during the annual Women’s March in Washington, DC.
It is the second march in three months and the first to be held on a Friday in the nation’s capital.
Organizers say it will be the first time since President Donald Trump was elected that the event will be held in the capital city, with the event being free of charge.
The march has been billed as the largest gathering of women’s rights advocates since Trump took office.
The Women’s Marches have been organized by the Women’s Action Network, which is part of the Democratic Socialists of America.
The group announced the march on Twitter.
“It’s time to march.
It’s time for us to stand up and fight back against the #Trump2016 agenda, as well as the Republican Party, the White House, the Democratic Party, and every other group who wants to take us back,” the group said in a statement.
“The march is a symbol of how our struggle is not only alive and well, but spreading.”
The Womens March, which started in New York City in January, has drawn more than 5 million participants.
Trump has been criticized for his policies on women’s issues and has blamed the protests for hurting his popularity.
He said last week he would “take it to the bank” in the 2020 election.