Many women in the Boston area will participate in the 2019 Boston Women's March on Saturday, according to Boston.com.
Two years ago marked the first Boston Women's March, which amassed a total of 175,000 participants in the Boston Common and surrounding area. Organizers say they are now concentrating on revitalizing the movement with new energy and a greater emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
Events will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, with the march itself beginning at 12:30 and ending around 2 p.m. following a loop around downtown Boston.
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Democratic Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley is scheduled to speak, among others.