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2019 Women's March

When: Saturday, January 19, 2019, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Where: Boston Common • 139 Tremont Street • Boston

With a coalition of intersectional feminist organizations, March Forward Massachusetts is proud to announce the 2019 Boston Women's March returns to Boston Common on January 19, 2019. On this worldwide day of action, we show up together in solidarity with women and allies, in service of those who are most at risk from an agenda that seeks to marginalize and divide us. Our work that was outlined by the original Marches is far from complete. We continue to march forward, building energy and welcoming ever more activism into the arena, until the systems of supremacy which oppress us are dismantled. The 2019 March, taking place on the weekend before the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, lifts up the ongoing work in the struggle for civil rights for so many communities.

Please consider adding a donation to your RSVP to help with our significant production costs.

2019 Boston Women's March HONORARY CHAIR: Congresswoman Elect Ayanna Pressley

The March is produced with the assistance of a diverse Steering Committee (in formation):

  • Sonya Khan, March Forward Massachusetts

  • Liz Magruder Davis, March Forward Massachusetts

  • Natalie Sanchez, March Forward Massachusetts

  • Monica Cannon-Grant, Violence In Boston

  • Angela Christiana, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

  • Nai Collymore-Henry, Alliance For Business Leadership

  • Morgan Cowie-Haskell, YW Boston

  • Betty Francisco, Amplify Latinx/Latina Circle

  • Kate Froehlich, NARAL Pro-Choice Mass

  • Sasha Goodfriend, Mass NOW

  • Mahtowin Munro, United American Indians of New England

  • Coralys Negretti, YW Boston

  • Dinanyili Paulino, The Chelsea Project

  • Janet Santos, Boston Women’s Fund

  • Tanisha Sullivan, NAACP-Boston

  • Whitney Taylor, ACLU-Mass


Organizer of 2019 Boston Women's March

March Forward Massachusetts is the permanent organization born from the 2017 Boston Women's March for America. Our mission is to create collaborative spaces that connect activists and organizations across communities and issues, through the lens of intersectional feminism. We ignite progressive change by fostering civic engagement and cultivating new grassroots leaders in service of a more just, fair, and inclusive future.

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