1,000,000 miles

to end the male
guardianship in Saudi

Miles Driven for Freedom Counter

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How to Pledge? (Read the Pledge here)

1- Check your car's odometer for how many miles you have driven

2- Tag your country on the world map above and submit your Name, Email & the total number of miles on your car's odometer

3- Optional: upload a photo of your odometer showing the miles

4- Submit 

Thank you to all our supporters!

An action by women from the world for the women of Saudi Arabia

On May 19, just a few weeks before the official lifting of the female driving ban in Saudi Arabia, the world was shocked to hear of the arrests of three of the most prominent women activists in Saudi Arabia, Aziza Alyousef, Eman Alnafjan, and Loujain Alhathloul. These tireless, brave and tenacious campaigners for years fought against the ban on women driving. Following their arrest, the Saudi media ran a smear campaign against them, sharing pictures of these women with the word “traitor’’ stamped in red across their faces and now they are facing charges for "treason" that could lead to 20 years in jail.

Today, we ask you to participate in #Miles4Freedom, which is a call for our sisters around the world to use this website to dedicate any driven miles towards ending male guardianship and releasing these activists from prison. Instead of collecting signatures, we will be collecting miles driven by women from all around the world. Our first goal is to collect 1,000,000 miles. We will be sending these miles in an open petition to the King of Saudi Arabia and his Crown Prince.



1,000,000 Miles to End

Male Guardianship

Imposed on Saudi Women

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