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The Huffington Post | January 9, 2017

Thousands Of Women Plan To Strike During Inauguration

Its aims are lofty. In addition to protesting Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence, the group’s demands include (but are not limited to) national health care for all, paid family leave and a blanket $15 an hour minimum wage.

Business Insider | January 7, 2017

Women aren't just marching on Inauguration Day – they're going on strike

The organizers have a clear agenda and list of political demands, including a $15 minimum wage, unrestricted access to birth control and not just the nationalization of health care, but free child care as well.

Mic.com | January 7, 2017

Women won't just march to protest Donald Trump's inauguration. They're going on strike.

"We have to reignite a serious, militant women's liberation movement again, with positive demands," Churchill said in an interview. "I don't want to be defensive for the next four years. I want to talk about paid leave and putting an end to racial and sexual assault. And to do that, we have to recognize our collective power."

AM New York | January 6, 2017

Activists Plan Mass Women's Strike To Coincide With Inauguration

"Women nationwide are going online and pledging to strike — so the organizers will know how large the strike is — and writing about their reasons. A North Carolina striker said she is joining the effort because "my boss is a Trump supporter who feels the need to talk to me like trash." Withdrawing labor that society and employers depend on is a time-honored tactic. With a far-right, anti-feminist administration taking power, women will need to do much more of this."

NY Magazine The Cut | January 5, 2017

Women Across the U.S. Are Planning to Strike Over Inauguration Weekend

"Women across the country are set to strike the weekend of January 20, in protest of Donald Trump’s inauguration. The Women Strike will go down that Friday — the actual day of the inauguration — as well as the Saturday, which also happens to be the day of the Women’s March on Washington."

Gothamist | January 5, 2017

Activists Plan Mass Women's Strike To Coincide With Inauguration

"This is a way for women to express their disappointment and also show power," said Paulina Davis, a Women's Strike organizer with National Women's Liberation. "We as women collectively have the power to disrupt workplace and home life."

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