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Speakers and Performers for the Women's March on Philadelphia 2018

Announcing: Our (probably) complete line up of speakers and performers! (As with any live event, this is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances!)

Drum Like A Lady
Suzann Christine
Jovida Hill on behalf of Mayor Jim Kenney
Rebecca Rhynhart
Beatrice Sanabria-Caraballo
Amy Gunzelma
India Fenner
Michele A Leahy
Pauline Thompson Guerin
Dr. Fariha Khan
Granny Peace Brigade Philadelphia
Councilwoman Maria D Quinones Sanchez & Women of City Council
Jamie Perrapato
Rep. Joanna McClinton, Rep. Donna Bullock, & Women of the PA State House & Senate
Melissa Robbins
Amber Hikes
Nellie Fitzpatrick
Olivia Ponce
Dayle Steinberg
Rabbi Jill Maderer
Patrice Banks
Daejah Vaughn
Jenny Entin
Noor Bowman
Barbara Steltz Wittman
Vashti Bandy
Marguerite Sexton
Voices Rising Philly

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