Why Henrietta Marches

We live in Massachusetts, the cradle of liberty and the first to proclaim our values. At this march we will affirm that those values are important and we will continue to fight for them. It is what our country stands for. I want this march to set a positive direction on how we will now work together locally to make a difference. We can’t let these four years go by without more action on climate issues. It is urgent to make the changes in order to continue to have the quality of life we have enjoyed and I want that for our children and their children.

img_9431Henrietta Davis served as Mayor of Cambridge MA, was a member of the Cambridge City Council and was a United States Delegate to the United Nations Climate Change Conferences. She currently works on initiatives for efficient energy and the environment.

Matt Hintsa
Spectacle Island, Boston Harbor

Ready to March

On January 21, 2017, we will unite in Boston to march in solidarity with over 100 simultaneous women’s marches across the country and the world. Inspired by the Women’s March on Washington, the Boston Women’s March for America (BWMFA) stands with our sister events, partners and children for the protection of our rights, safety, liberty and families.
We are rooted in a belief that women’s rights are human rights and that vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. The march is a first step in uniting our communities and to empower grassroots change. We will work peacefully to send a bold message to our elected leaders. This will be a peaceful, nonpartisan event.