International Women's Day 2017 was March 8, 2017 - that day, and all days, we should celebrate the accomplishments, efforts, and the existence of strong, beautiful women around the world
As a self-identified cisgender male, I stood in solidarity with my female identified colleagues, friends, family, and strangers across the globe in doing what I could to bring about awareness and advance egalitarian ideals on this day. There were four ways in which international organizers suggested to participate in Women's day 2017: 1; don't go to work (paid or unpaid) on this day 2; stay off social media 3; wear red 4; reserve purchases on this day for only women-owned small businesses. I was able to participate in all except number 1 - I had to go to work, but I was proudly supporting red colors, staying off social media and did not make any purchases during this time (partly because I didn't need to go to any stores).
Let's not retain or reserve the celebration of women around the globe to one day. Let's strive to make EVERY DAY International Women's Day - and fight for equality and women's rights everywhere.
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