Friday, Jun 07, 2019 6:00p -
LGBT, Social Good
On June 7th, 2019 at 6:00PM, join us at the Parkman Bandstand on the Boston Common.
The Dyke March happens rain or shine!
The Boston Dyke March is ASL interpreted, and wheelchair, stroller and scooter accessible. An accessibility vehicle is available for those who need a ride for some or all of the March.
Since 1995, the Boston Dyke March has remained committed to offering a non-commercial, intersectional, and fundamentally grassroots alternative to Boston’s Pride celebration. We strive to elevate voices marginalized in society and even within the queer community: women/nonbinary folks, POC, trans folks, people with disabilities, etc.
The Dyke March tradition began with a 1993 demonstration by the Washington, DC Lesbian Avengers, and soon after independent Dyke Marches sprung up across the country. We are not merely a celebration, we are speaking up and fighting back to demand a better society.
Our top priority is to provide a dynamic and welcoming space for participants of all sexualities, genders, races, ages, ethnicities, sizes, economic backgrounds, and physical abilities. We strive to create a place where political and social change can be expressed and inspired.