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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
Congresswomen Scanlon, Dean, and Houlahan
Voices Rising Philly, choir
Sade Heart of Hawk, Native American Activist
Nellie Fitzpatrick, Attorney
Women of the PA State House and Senate
Erika Almiron Niz, Executive Director, Juntos
Modero Company, Indonesian Dance
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, PA Chapter
Black Women's Leadership Council
Philadelphia City Councilwomen with City Controller Rebecca Rynhart
Rebecca Fox Starr, Author and Mental Health Advocate
Privilege to Progress
Seraiah Nicole, Singer
Alison Feldman, Co-Founder, Orange Wave for Gun Safety
Kendra Brooks, Activist
Susan Fleetwood, Be More Grateful, Inc.
Karen Rodriguez, The People for Puerto Rico

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