Today may be tough, but we fully expect for tomorrow to be an outstanding day for women as the Women's March on Washington takes place. Whether you're headed to D.C. to march, taking part in a local march, or simply standing with women from home, here are 25 easy ways you can show your support.
Want to share your opinion with your elected officials, but don't quite know quite what to do? We suggest starting here where you can easily urge your senator to vote "no" for Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education.
While the cabinet nominees and our unfortunate PEOTUS are taking up headlines this week, refresh your memory on the major gains that were made for women in government during elections. These achievements are still worth celebrating and bring some light to the darkness!
If you're local and want to participate in the Women's March but can't make it to Washington, join us on Saturday afternoon at the Women's March in Lexington. Send us an email if you'd like to meet up!
Remember Shepard Fairey, the artist behind the iconic Hope poster for Obama? Well, he's back at it again with some incredible posters in time for the inauguration. Download them for free here.
Still feeling discouraged? We suggest blasting this on your way to work today. May we all remember that this is temporary, and it doesn't change the fact that we can run the world.