The internet’s mood can be described in two words, one hashtag: #CancelKavanaugh.

In a final effort to stop Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, the Women’s March and other organizations have announced the Cancel Kavanaugh march, which will take place in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 4. Nationwide demonstrations are also scheduled for the next few days.

Some reports say the FBI’s investigation into the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh could wrap up sooner than the end of the week, which means the Senate might vote on his nomination by Friday. But don’t panic because the fight is not over.

Liberal activists believe they have a shot at convincing Republican senators Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Jeff Flake of Arizona, along with Democratic senators Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Manchin of West Virginia, to vote no on Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Protestors and sexual assault survivors have confronted some of those senators to discuss their decisions, and Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, saidRepublicans “will not be intimidated by these people.”

If McConnell’s tone-deaf sentiment inspires you even more to hold elected officials accountable in person, or you just want to take part in the #CancelKavanaugh movement, here’s everything you need to know about Thursday’s march:

Who is organizing?

The march will be hosted by the Women’s March, UltraViolet, CPD Action, Demand Justice, the National Action Network, the ACLU, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, and MomsRising.org, according to the “Cancel Kavanaugh: Believe Survivors” event page.

When and where is the march?

The march will take place on Thursday, Oct. 4 at 12:30 p.m. ET at the E. Barrett Prettyman Courthouse, located at 333 Constitution Ave NW, and will move toward the Supreme Court building.  If you’d like to participate, make sure to register here.

Is transportation provided?

As of right now, the Women’s March is coordinating free buses to Washington, D.C. from New York CityBoston, and West Virginia. The event’s registration form suggests bus transportation from both Philadelphia and Atlanta may also be available.

Can people donate to the cause?

If you can’t attend the Cancel Kavanaugh march, you can still support it by donating to this CrowdRise campaign.

Whether you attend the march or not, it’s crucial you contact your senators. Make your voice heard because abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, and voting rights (to name a few) could be at stake if Kavanaugh is confirmed. Giving Kavanaugh a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court would also send a disturbing message to survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

“The stakes are too damn too high to let the GOP railroad this vote,” Jess Morales Rocketto, the political director at National Domestic Workers Alliance, said in a statement Wednesday. (Rocketto confronted Sen. Ted Cruz in an elevator last week and shared her story of sexual assault.) “Any way that we need to speak truth to power, we will do it. That’s why we’re literally everywhere: in the Senate halls, in elevators, in front of the courthouse, and on your TV channel. Brett Kavanaugh’s time is up!”

Source: https://mashable.com/article/womens-march-cancel-kavanaugh/?europe=true#.ylrPeUKHPqm