Faith communities talk about the importance of "walking your talk." Joining marches and demonstrations is one way to do this, and the impact of your witness grows when groups walk together under a banner identifying their faith community. Have a poster-making party in your gathering place beforehand, involving children if possible. Opportunities to march and demonstrate may emerge organically, such as the Women's March or the March for Your Lives. Other marches happen annually, such as those for Gay Pride and Thanksgiving; the organizers may even have designated a place in the march for religious groups.

Kristin Ritzau in Practicing Democracy with Your Faith Community by Kristin Ritzau, Mary Ann Brussat