This rally is meant to show solidarity with the #metoo survivors of the Springfield, MO area. This rally will be bipartisan, and family/pet friendly. It will include music, spoken word, shared stories of hope, a community for sexual assault survivors, a “What Were You Wearing?” exhibit, a self-defense demo, and speakers. Signs are welcome!


12:00pm: Jordan Harris, Me Too Springfield - testimony

12:10pm: Chrystal Quade, MO House of Representatives

12:20pm: Lynn Morris, MO House of Representatives

12:30pm: This Odd Life - spoken word

12:40pm: Dustin Preston - music

12:50pm: Krista Moncado, GLO Center - sexual assault in the LGBTQ community

01:00pm: Kaijuanda Sutton, SWMO NOW

01:15pm: Jessamyn Orchard - music

01:30pm: Sophia Marsh - spoken word

01:40pm: Debbie Walker & Jenay Divin, Green Dot - sexual assault on college campuses

02:00pm: Hudson - music

02:40pm: Alyssah Morrison - poetry

02:45pm: Raymond Lampert, Lampert Law Offices - legal rights of sexual assault victims

03:00pm: Brandi Bartel, The Victim Center

03:15pm: Motion Playlist, POINT Performing Arts - dance

03:25pm: Adam Andreassen & Karen Shipley, Burell Behavioral Health - mental health & sexual assault

03:45pm: Chris Dunham, Dunham Martial Arts - selfdefense demo

04:05pm: Kelsey Nichol, Me Too Springfield - testimony & music

04:15pm: Brian Bulger - music


  • Occurred Saturday, October 6th, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Park Central Square

Springfield, 65806

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