10 Easy Ways To Advocate For Women’s Rights

No matter which side of the political debate you land on, women’s rights are likely dear to your heart, and getting involved has never been easier. The same people who organized the Women’s March just launched a new campaign that encourages us to take action on issues that matter to us. Called 10 Actions For The First 100 Days, it proposes undertaking one small act, like writing postcards to your senators about your commitment to activism, every 10 days. Whether your focus is gender discrimination or civil rights, this movement allows you to express your thoughts about the current administration to effect change, so bookmark the site and check it in 10 days for the next collective action, and remember to use the hashtag #WhyIMarch if you participate. This is only the beginning.