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We Resist. We Persist. We Rise.


Introducing the theme for the Women's March on Philadelphia 2018: We Resist. We Persist. We Rise.



We Resist.
We stand against those in our country and society who seek to divide us and stifle the diversity that makes our nation great. We will no longer allow the rights and interests of women and those who identify as women in mind, body, or spirit to be disregarded.

We Persist.
One year after the largest demonstration in the history of the world, we continue to speak up and remind everyone: We will not be silenced! We will be there in the streets, in the halls of Congress, outside the White House. We will march, we will rally, and we will organize in our communities. We will call out those who try to intimidate us. We will jam the phone lines, we will write postcards, we will connect on social media with others of like mind. We will work to get out the vote and we will be there at the polls to see change happen. We will continue our fight!

We Rise.
For the second year, we come together in solidarity at the Women’s March on Philadelphia and at marches around the world to reiterate our message: We hold our elected officials accountable. We are fighting for women’s rights, especially in communities marginalized the most. We are creating our own space to have a voice in decisions that affect our everyday lives. We believe in our ability to create change because together we are powerful and this movement is strong. We are rising, fearless and unapologetic. We are running for the very offices held by those who have tried to keep us down. We are taking our seats at the table!


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Women's March on Philadelphia 2019 Speaker/Performer Program
We are thrilled to announce of amazing lineup of speakers and performers for the 2019 Women’s March on Philadelphia. If you’re unable to attend or too far to see the stage you can watch our livestream using this link...
https://youtu.be/pQ3fTYwNuis See you all tomorrow!! ☀️
Text-based description: Program for the Women's March on Philadelphia, January 19, 2019
March led by: Drum Like a Lady/Batala Philly
State Representative Donna Bullock introducing Philly Women Rally
Mayor Jim Kenney
Jovida Hill, Executive Director, Office of Engagement for Women
Jalila Parker, Deputy Southeast Regional Director, office of PA Governor Tom Wolf
March for Our Lives Student Leaders
Attorney General Josh Shapiro with Mary McHale, survivor of clergy sexual abuse
Rabbi Annie Lewis, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
Movita Johnson-Harrell, The CHARLES Foundation
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