What The Women's March Organizers Want You to Do Now

Armed with clever, artful protest signs, millions of people united for the global Women's March — reminding the world to stand up for women's rights and human rights.

But one globally unifying march cannot get the work done on its own, which is why the campaign continues strides through its latest "10 Actions for 100 Days" initiative.

"Every 10 days, we will take action on an issue we all care about, starting today," the front page of the Women’s March website reads.

The website will produce a step-by-step action plan for each specific issue brought to light. For the first action, the Women's March organizers are encouraging followers to write a postcard to local senators about issues that matter most to them — noting what persistent actions they are going to take to make a difference.

Along with the step-by-step guide, the organization is also providing printable postcards to use.

"You can go it alone, or consider inviting some friends, neighbors and fellow marchers over for a drink or dinner sometime in the next ten days to talk about your experience and fill out your postcards," the action plan urges.

To stay involved, sign up to be notified when new actions are published by visiting the Women's March website.

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