Organizers of the Women\u0026#039;s March on Washington are assuring those that are planning to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 21 that the march is indeed still on.After what was described as an \u0022inaccurate\u0022 article by local Washington, D.C. news outlet WTOP reported Monday that march preparations had hit a \u0022roadblock\u0022 because several other groups had already submitted applications to hold an event on the National Mall that day, organizer Janaye Ingram clarified on the march\u0026#039;s Facebook page that the protest would still occur—though likely in an alternate, though nearby, location.More than 120,000 people have already indicated on Facebook that they are planning on attending.To those who have already made their plans, Ingram said, \u0022I want to reassure you that we do have permit applications in and have been meeting with the permitting agencies.\u0022\u0022While our early plans announced that we would be rallying at the Lincoln Memorial, those plans changed and our updated rally site is another location in the city that will accommodate our numbers,\u0022 Ingram explained. \u0022We will not be releasing the location information at this time because we are still in the permitting process and need to ensure that all of our logistics are in place.\u0022\u0022No one needs to change their flights,\u0022 Ingram told WTOP for a follow-up piece published Tuesday. \u0022The march and rally are happening.\u0022Ingram said that the organizers are working with the Department of Homeland Security, and D.C. Police, among other entities due to the security concerns around the Capital.\u0022We have a location that we believe will be the actual site for the rally,\u0022 she said. \u0022We’re waiting for the Presidential Inaugural Committee to see what events they may have that may, for whatever reason, make us change our plans.\u0022Organizers are expecting a number of \u0022high-profile speakers and big-name entertainers to be part of the program,\u0022 the Associated Press reported on Wednesday.\u0026nbsp;The march will send \u0022a big message visually for people in our communities to stand up against this administration and say that women will lead us, women will protect our communities,\u0022 said Linda Sarsour, national co-chair of the march and executive director of the Arab American Association of New York. \u0022That\u0026#039;s really the vision that we have for this march.\u0022For more information and updates, visit the march\u0026#039;s Facebook page.