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So, the Women's March Is Over, Now What? How About 10 Actions In 100 Days?As you come down from the euphoria of this weekend's Women's March, you might be wondering how to keep the momentum going. In addition to veteran protesters and activists, the Women's March saw an unprecedented amount of first-timers shrugging off the "apolitical" label to get active, but they might not know where to start.
We Created These Postcards So You Can Write To Your Elected OfficialsThe Women's March on Washington was an incredible experience that illustrated the power of sisterhood. And the Refinery29 family was there to raise our voices alongside you. After the march, so many participants were left wondering, How can we keep the momentum going?
Women's Marches Go Global: Postcards From Protests Around The WorldAs the Women's March on Washington has swelled in support, attracting attention and supporters in the lead-up to Saturday's demonstrations, its name has become something of a misnomer. Sister marches have been organized in all 50 states, several U.S. territories and countries around the world.