Brookline Marchers Share Their Photos

Check out this wonderful collection of photos from Brookline marchers. 

From Wicked Local, Brookline.

Media Reactions To The March

Here’s just a very small sampling of the press we received

Last but not least… a lovely aerial shot from CNN.
PHOTO: Emily Scott

Meet some of the volunteers behind the scenes

The Boston Globe interviewed some of the organizers. Get to know us here.

More March In The News

The March is continuing to make headlines:

NECN, The Take: Why Thousands Will March (1:40)

Cambridge Chronicle: Cambridge residents are mobilizing for Boston Women’s March

Winchester Star: Winchester women prepare for demonstrations in Washington and Boston

Northeastern U’s Huntington News: Event Calendar

Boston College BC Heights: Boston Preps for Its Own Women’s March

Boston Patch: Boston’s Women’s March for America Traffic, Parking Guide; ‘Impassable Streets’ Expected

WCVB-TV: Women’s March for America will impact traffic and parking in Boston


 Pennsylvania on the Picket Line. 1917. The White House is in the background. From Women of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman’s Party, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

The March In The News

A quick roundup of some of March coverage….if you see or hear more, let us know!

PHOTO: Trace Meek
pringtime in Boston

Boston Globe: Women’s march planned for Boston day after Trump’s inauguration

The Boston Globe writes:

“Count US Senator Elizabeth Warren and Attorney General Maura Healey among the female leaders who will address the Boston Women’s March for America next Saturday — along with hizzoner, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh.

“Boston is among the cities coordinating marches on Jan. 21 in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, a massive demonstration aimed at incoming President Donald Trump that is planned on the National Mall the day after the inauguration.’

Read the whole article here.

PHOTO:City Year

How The Women’s March on Washington Has Gone Global

Vivienne Mayer writing in the Huffington Post yesterday says…

“When I urged women of the world to join the fast growing Women’s March on Washington (WMW) in my Nov 15 blog – a week after the U.S. election – I could not have foreseen the scale of international support or the newly galvanized women’s movement that would evolve by the start of 2017.

Today the WMW is set to be the largest march of its kind as hundreds of thousands of women and men plan to take to the streets on January 21, the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as the President of the United States. As well as the leading national march in Washington DC and another 200 U.S. city marches, there will also be at least 50 cities in 20 other countries participating and more are organizing each week.” READ MORE

How big is OUR movement? On Jan 21, we’ll see!

PHOTO: Alejandro (Alex) Quinones
Chicago Women’s Strike for Equality, 1970
Women’s Strike for Equality took place on August 26, 1970.
It celebrated the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 19th
Amendment, which effectively gave American women the
right to vote. The rally was sponsored by the National
Organization for Women (NOW). More than 20,000 women
gathered for the protest in New York City and throughout
the country. At this time, the gathering was the largest on
behalf of women in the United States.


Boston Women’s March In The News…

Here’s a round-up of some of the recent press coverage the March received last week.  If you see some news and want to share it with us, that would be great!

“Northfield residents prepare for Women’s Marches,” The Recorder
“Local Dems Brace for Age of Trump,” Cape Cod Times
“Not Everyone Can Go To Washington on Jan. 21”  Universal Hub
“From Boston Club president, 28 ways to empower women, ” Boston Globe

PHOTO: Nicolas Erwin
Downtown Boston


“Boston Women’s March’ Could Be Largest Post-Trump Rally Yet” (Boston Patch)

Boston Women’s March’ Could Be Largest Post-Trump Rally Yet

While women take to the streets in Washington, D.C., Boston plans to hold a parallel rally of its own.
By December 19, 2016 10:54 am ET Boston Patch


March for marriage equality,
Beacon Hill, 2006