The Women's March on Washington galvanized women across the globe and gave voice to a rising political force on a history-making day. More than 2 million people took to the streets in Washington, D.C., and cities small and large on Jan. 21 to protest a new administration they fear will roll back civil, human and reproductive rights.

Will that voice thunder again?

On Wednesday, International Women's Day, the organizers behind the January march are planning a showing of economic solidarity in walkouts, rallies and marches dubbed A Day Without a Woman.

(Thank you to @dreamonhero1 for this awesome #WomensMarch film) pic.twitter.com/SnvSxhdmkn

— Women's March (@womensmarch) March 3, 2017

In Atlanta, there will be a rally and march starting at Candler Park at 5:30 at the corner of McLendon Ave. NE & Candler Park Dr. NE. First there will be a rally where politicians and candidates have been invited to speak. The march begins an hour later and will take a mile-long route to a political advocacy worship that begins at 7.

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