women sticking up for themselves + striving for equality
founders of the Women’s March > Round 2, a strike referred to as “A Day Without a Woman.” = to show exactly how extensive the value of women + their work are
women experience unequal pay in exact same role, discrimination, sexual harassment, + more in the work place
- Did you know……..
- Women’s Equality Day, National Women’s History Project, A Day Without A Woman #womensequalityday
- International Women’s Day (by Get up the nerve)
- International Women’s Day (by Joanne Mulley)
- International Women’s Day (by measureevaluation)
- International Women’s Day
- International Women’s Day 2017
- Women’s Day (by Vaidika)
- IWD 2017
- Note 22…International Women’s Day..
- Celebration Of Sacred Femininity Poem
- Happy Women’s Day
- I do not always have my shit together
- Stop and Smell the Roses
- A Strong Woman….?
- 6 Things Happy Women Do
- The Girl Walking in Front of Me
- The Quint: The End of Women’s Day: Here’s What Our Future Looks Like!
- Letter from a sexually liberal girl – Destigmatising female sexuality
- A Nod To The Queens
Once again, women are sticking up for themselves and striving for equality! I know, crazy right? The founders of the Women’s March are coming back for Round 2, a strike referred to as “A Day Without a Woman.” The goal of the strike is to show exactly how extensive the value of women and their work are, despite that women are far more likely to experience unequal pay in the exact same role, discrimination, sexual harassment, and more in the work place. Although participating in the strike through choosing to abstain from work would be completely ideal, that may not be a realistic agenda for women of all backgrounds, demographics and jobs. But luckily, there are a plethora of ways you can be an active member of this strike! Here’s how:
- Wear red!: Strikers will paint the country red in representation of “revolutionary love and sacrifice,” according to the organizers…
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