Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren & Attorney General Maura Healey will join the Boston Women's March For America that has been described as a "sister march" on the wave of the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. on January 21st. Organizers predict over 25,000 participants will rally on the Boston Common at the corner of Beacon & Charles Streets on Saturday January 21st from 11A to 3P & then march through Back Bay to mobilize for future action. The event is intended to "send a message to our leaders & the world that the United States of America stands for values of human dignity, equal rights & freedom from discrimination," a press release from the Boston organizers states.
Senator Warren stated, “I stand shoulder-to-shoulder with women & people of all backgrounds from across Massachusetts at the Boston Women’s March for America. This gathering is a chance for us to come together to make clear that we believe in basic dignity, respect & equal rights for every person in this country & that we are committed to fighting back against bigotry in all its forms.” Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey added, “We need to act to build on & protect the progress we’ve made in our communities, throughout Massachusetts & across the nation. I’m thrilled to stand with the people in this historic march for our shared values & priorities.” Senator Warren, Attorney General Healey & Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will speak at the rally among others.
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