Continuing a long tradition, but moving to late Spring, Massachusetts Citizens for Life will hold our Annual Massachusetts March for Life around Boston Common on Sunday, June 2, 2019 from 1 to 4pm.
Beginning with a brief pre-march rally at the Parkman Bandstand featuring live music and speakers, our March rallies and energizes in a celebration life before setting out to walk the perimeter of the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common.
Various Massachusetts organizations dedicated to supporting the physical and emotional needs of pregnant women and children in crisis will benefit from the proceeds raised at the March.
The March is an inspiring opportunity for MCFL advocates for the unborn, and all Massachusetts area human rights activists of any age to give public witness the value human life.
Please come join us for a day you will always remember and send a clear message to the world that we value human life in Massachusetts!
As we get closer to the March, we'll be updating this page with more information and links.
We also invite you to enter the Mass.March Baby Contest! It was a blast last year, and it gives a chance to celebrate these children, and reflect on how priceless their presence is in our lives!
|Check out the winner in last year's 2018 Mass. March for Life is the March Baby Contest! CLICK HERE to see who won and all the beautiful babies who competed this year.|
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Start or jump-start your MCFL chapter this year with 4 QUICK STEPS. You are the advocate for the unborn, the marginalized, the vulnerable in our Commonwealth. Move your commitment into impact by creating a strong community of fellow advocates, receiving resources from our state office, and engaging in outreach & action.
THE QUICK STEPS
Massachusetts citizens turned out in droves for the National March for Life! We met up with the Archdiocese of Boston, multiple high schools, and the Boston-and-Worcester-based Pure in Heart contingent.
Some of us joined the Women's March, to bring a consistent and truly pro-woman message to their platform of nonviolence. Our rights as women cannot be bought at the price of the lives of our more vulnerable children.
Check out the photos, and the captions for micro-stories on this event.
You may hear the media report the March had "a few thousand". We were close to 1 million strong. Don't forget, here at home: We are not alone.
It was MASS-ive pro-life. And we, from Massachusetts -- so often trailblazers in the past for human rights, the democratic process in our nation, medical and technological development -- can also be trailblazers in the human rights issue of our age.
From the Democrats for Life Forum to the March for Life itself, and from the amazing pre-March youth rally with Louisiana Right to Life to the Rose Dinner, our carpool, and the many buses, participated in just about every activity they could.Read more
by C.J. Williams, Director of Community Engagement
Massachusetts is a wealth of historical depth and opportunities. From Bunker Hill, to Lexington, from Walden Pond to the Old State House, we're steeped in a tradition that began with recognizing and fighting for individual human rights. Perhaps we who live in the Commonwealth too easily forget what our state offers in terms of memory.
Perhaps we forget that memory is often what roots our feet in present action, and supports our current fight for the same rights.
One highly underappreciated gem in our state is the birthplace of Susan B. Anthony. A well-known feminist, and campaigner for equal rights, Susan B. Anthony is less well known for her just as fierce opposition to the creeping practice of abortionRead more