Saturday, 21. January 2017, Boston, Boston Women's March For America (EVENT)

PLEASE register ASAP at our website http://www.bostonwomensmarchforamerica.org

On January 21, 2017, we will unite in Boston to march in solidarity with communities most affected by the hate, intolerance and acts of violence being perpetrated throughout the nation -- among many are communities of women, immigrants, people of color, and people who identify as LGBTQIA and people with disabilities.

We stand for religious freedom, human rights, climate
justice, racial justice, economic justice and reproductive justice. Together, we will send a message to our leaders and the world that the United States of America stands for values of human decency, equal rights and freedom from discrimination.

ALL ARE WELCOME. On the day after the Inauguration, people from Massachusetts and hundreds of thousands of Americans from other cities, towns and schools across the nation and the world will march together in sister marches. Be part of history!

PLEASE register at our website http://www.bostonwomensmarchforamerica.org

Or at Eventbrite bit.ly/boswmfa

We will send email updates to all registered marchers. Registration is free and it helps us plan a better March.

We have LOTS of information about the March at our website—from transportation to schedule to volunteering. We also have official March t shirts and a hat—and you can chip in to help us pay for the March.

PLEASE join the Boston Women's March for America Community Page as well: https://www.facebook.com/BosWomensMarch/

That's the BEST place to post all your questions!

Thanks so much for sharing your voice and your power and marching with us!

Boston Women's March For America (EVENT)

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