The Amber Rose SlutWalk is a day festival complete with many cool activities, contests and giveaways, vendors, speakers, performances, live DJs, sign making, educational booths, photo fun, free breast cancer exams, HIV testing, and much more. 

Thousands of people across gender, sex, race, age, class, education, and profession will gather for an unforgettable experience. The Festival will be transformed into a world platform for a mission that needs a large stage. 

There is no recipe for what someone involved in the Amber Rose SlutWalk must look like. You DO NOT need to come from an activist background or know anything about these issues.

The only requirement is that you be inspired by your own passion to do something about the issues that plague our generation. Our mission is serious, but this day of dressing up, strutting-your-stuff, and standing up for gender equality is filled with fun, laughter, and a community to support a tremendous cause. It is about self-expression, unity, shedding stereotypes, and supporting one another.

Take it from our partners at SameSide who combat domestic violence: "One, we work with influencers who produce amazing entertainment experiences and want to make the world a better place to enable impact through low-touch, high-impact actions. And two, we want to inspire people to attend those experiences – to turn off the computer, get out of the house, and be a part of something amazing. Our goal is to reach the millions of people who want to “get involved” and “do good” but aren’t sure where to begin. Why not start at a boozy brunch, rooftop dinner or music festival?"


Our Mission

To deliver a flawlessly executed event geared toward raising awareness about sexual injustice, domestic violence and gender inequality. The Amber Rose SlutWalk aims to impact and uplift, while shifting the paradigm of rape culture. The event provides a safe, all-inclusive space to entertain, educate, and empower.

No More Sexual Violence

No More Victim Blaming

No More Derogatory Labels

No More Gender Inequality

No More Domestic Violence