40th St. & 6th Ave.
New York City, New York

The 14th Annual NYC Dyke March steps off at 5 pm sharp on the evening of Saturday June 24th 2006

Everyone should assemble at Bryant Park, located at 42nd Street and 6th Avenue. The march goes down 5th Avenue to Washington Square Park.

It's time to hit the streets! Make some noise. Be visible. Be heard. Demonstrate, agitate, liberate at the New York City Dyke March. Bring signs, banners, drums, giant puppets, flags, hula hoops or just be there!

The New York City Dyke March is a protest march, not a parade -- we don't ask for a permit, because we have the right to protest. As queer women, we recognize that we must organize amongst ourselves to fight for our rights, our safety, and for visibility.

Thousands of dykes take over the streets every year in celebration of queer women and to protest against ongoing discrimination, harassment and anti-women violence in schools, on the job, in our families and on the streets.

As always, the Dyke March is open to all women, biological or otherwise - no sign-up or registration required.
Just come out with your banners, signs, noisemakers, and beautiful dyke selves, and join in the march!

Official Website: http://www.nycdykemarch.org/%20

Added by NYABN on June 18, 2006



Bisexual women come join with the rest of your queer sisters and march with them in this annual event! (www.nyabn.org)

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