Women across the world are mobilizing to mark International Women's Day highlighting the struggle for working women's rights with its almost 100 years of history firmly planted in the fight for social justice, equality, labor rights, socialism and against war.
International Women's Day
This March 8, a call for "A Day Without a Woman" strike has sparked the imagination of women around the world, promising to be of historic proportions.
In Latin America, women will focus on the alarming rate of femicides in the region, demanding harsher penalties for perpetrators who are usually a current or former partner.
With U.S. President Donald Trump declaring war on women's reproductive rights and women facing more poverty, displacement, war and crisis around the world, International Women's Day comes at a crucial time for a worldwide fightback.