The march is the biggest in the nation and is expected to draw more than 100,000 people.
But the parade is not the only big event on the agenda for Washington this weekend.
On Sunday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases that could affect voting rights.
On Tuesday, the state of North Carolina will decide whether to allow transgender people to use bathrooms that match their gender identity.
And then there’s the Super Bowl.
This weekend, fans are planning to dress up for the game, and the NFL has set up an official “Dress for the March” website.
The Washington Redskins and the National Football League have partnered on the site.
It is not available on the NFL’s official website.
In the past, there have been more than a dozen Super Bowl themed events for the NFL, including the 2009 Super Bowl held in Miami, the 2013 Super Bowl in Houston and last year’s game between the Patriots and Broncos in Denver.
For years, the NFL had a “Dressed for the Superbowl” event, which is a variation of the March for Science.
The event has been hosted by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Smithsonian.
In a statement to Fox News, the league said that the “Dresses for the Marches” website is “designed to allow fans to dress appropriately for the event and that it is encouraged to wear clothing and accessories appropriate for the occasion.”
The league said it is also inviting fans to “discover new ways to celebrate the nation’s greatest sporting events.”
The NFL said it has also partnered with the Smithsonian National Museum of American History to host “The Dresses for The Super Bowl” exhibit, which will include “new images and artifacts that will showcase how women of color, LGBTQIA+ Americans and other marginalized communities have been and continue to be affected by the current political climate.”