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  • A Day Without Women March 8th 2017
  • By Mia Applegate
  • - One day demonstration of economic solidarity
  • - A Day without a Woman took place on International Women's Day
  • What is a Day Without Women?
  • - Women all over the country participated in organized strikes
  • - Women from around the country participated
  • Who participated in a Day without a Woman?
  • - Men supported the women in their life
  • - Businesses and schools participated with paid leave and closings
  • Purpose of a Day without Women
  • - 'Act together for equity, justice, and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people."
  • - To recognize the enormous value that women of all backgrounds add to the U.S. and world socio-economic system
  • - Wear Red in solidarity
  • - Teachers can educate students about Women's history and International Women's Day
  • How to Participate
  • - Avoid spending money with exceptions for small, women, and minority owned businesses
  • - Businesses can close for the day or give employees the day off
  • - Women can take off from paid and unpaid labor
  • - School closings made it difficult for parents to find child care
  • Downsides to a Day without Women
  • - Children who eat breakfast and lunch at school were affected by closings
  • - Critics say this day appealed to people of privilege who could afford to take the day off
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