Impact Hub Boston joined 175,000 plus marchers on Saturday, January 21 for the fifth-largest Women’s March taking place that day in the US. We met up here at the Hub, and walked over to Boston Common to join our voices with other New England and global women, men, and children in support of human rights, freedom, and social justice. Mayor Marty Walsh, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and other leaders encouraged the crowd to continue to stay active and engaged. The inspiration was felt by many–here are some photos we took that historic day:

Boston Women's March Participation by Impact Hub Boston coworking members
The crowds!

 

Photo by James Macon of Boston Women's March Participation by Impact Hub Boston coworking members
via James Macon, https://www.instagram.com/jtmacon36/
Sign preparations for Boston Women's March Participation by Impact Hub Boston coworking members
Impact Hubber in training!
United States flag. Boston Women's March Participation by Impact Hub Boston coworking members
Patriotism

Crowd at Boston Women's March. Photos by Impact Hub Boston coworking members

 

Young member-to-be shares her views. Boston Women's March Participation by Impact Hub Boston coworking members

 

Enthusiastic crowd at Boston Women's March. Photos by Impact Hub Boston coworking members

 

IMG_2738

 

FullSizeRender

 

IMG_2742

 

Statue with marchers. Boston Women's March Participation by Impact Hub Boston coworking members