The Blasian March is a solidarity action between Black/African, Asian and mixed Blasian communities

This is achieved through education on parallel struggles with white colonial settler violence and mutual celebration of our lives.

Our story
Rooted in Black, Asian and Blasian history

The first Blasian March took place on October 11, 2020 in New York City. All speakers were women, LGBT and/or disabled, including a written statement from organizers currently residing in Palestine.

Black, Asian, and Blasian people marching together to celebrate Pride

Our programs

Empowering Black, Asian and Blasian communities
  • Black Asian Solidarity Rallies

    Rallies and marches that celebrate Black, Asian, and Blasian people through art, speakers, performances, and free food.
  • Community Fridge Fillings

    Specific to majority Black or Asian neighborhoods, these actions provide free food in community fridges and promote abolition literature.
  • Blasian Is Beautiful

    A virtual healing circle for Blasian community members.
  • Black Asian Book Fairs

    Free books of all ages and genres from Black, Asian, and Blasian writers to foster understanding across communities.

Our guiding principles

What we believe in
  • Intersectionality

    All actions will empower all three categories of community with emphasis on Women, members of the LGBT+ community, those living with disability both physical and neurodivergent, and all who live at those intersections.
  • Accessibility

    All Blasian March actions must be accessible.
  • Sustainability

    All Blasian March actions must be environmentally responsible.
  • Land back

    Actions on stolen land must include solidarity work with Indigenous organizations: fundraisers for Native communities; Native speakers/performers, especially those who are mixed with Black and/or Asian; and amplification of Indigenous sovereignty actions.

Our chapters
Blasian March is a nationwide movement

With chapters in Los Angeles, New Haven, Chicago, and New York City, Blasian March reaches communities across the country.
Blasian March Los Angeles

California
Los Angeles

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Black Asian Trans Pride Rally 2

Connecticut
New Haven

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Blasian March Los Angeles 2

Illinois
Chicago

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Black Asian Trans Pride Rally

New York
New York

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Upcoming events
Join a Blasian March event

  • Black Asian Book Fair

    April 29, 2023 | Location TBA | Chinatown, New York City
  • Blasian March

    Date and Time TBA | Location TBA | Washington, D.C.
  • Blasian March Pride Rally

    June 10, 2023 | Location TBA | Brooklyn, New York City