GLOBAL CITIZEN

Together, We March.

We believe we can end extreme poverty by 2030 because of the collective actions taken by Global Citizens around the world. That means giving a voice to those who otherwise may not be heard.

On January 21, Global Citizen and CHIME FOR CHANGE will join the Women's March on Washington to represent women and girls around the world. We will band together in defense of women's rights — because women's rights are human rights and too many countries around the world do not yet support gender equality.

Now, more than ever, we all need to stand up and say, "We Are Global Citizens."

Let's take action together for gender equality, either in Washington or by standing up for women and girls wherever you are.

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  1. Article: How People With Disabilities Joined the Women’s March in Spirit and in Force
    Citizenship

    How People With Disabilities Joined the Women’s March in Spirit and in Force

    By Yosola Olorunshola| Jan. 24, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Making activism accessible for all. Read more

  2. Article: March on, Ladies: Your Guide to Taking Action After the Women’s March
    Girls & Women

    March on, Ladies: Your Guide to Taking Action After the Women’s March

    By Meghan Werft| Jan. 24, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Never stop taking action. Read more

  3. Article: Madonna, Demi, Alicia & More: Celebs Join in Women's Marches Around the World
    Girls & Women

    Madonna, Demi, Alicia & More: Celebs Join in Women's Marches Around the World

    By Cassie Carothers| Jan. 22, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    These stars stood up for women's rights everywhere. Read more

  4. Article: 17 Must-See Signs From the Women's March
    Girls & Women

    17 Must-See Signs From the Women's March

    By Cassie Carothers| Jan. 21, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    "I've seen smarter cabinets at IKEA." Read more

  5. Article: Millions of Women March Around the Globe Day After Trump Inauguration
    Girls & Women

    Millions of Women March Around the Globe Day After Trump Inauguration

    By Meghan WerftCassie Carothers  and  Colleen Curry| Jan. 21, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Hundreds of thousands of women take to the streets to stand up for their rights. Read more

  6. Article: Why Women Matter Now
    Girls & Women

    Why Women Matter Now

    By Mariane Pearl| Jan. 20, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    "History never repeats itself. Man does." — Voltaire Read more

  7. Article: Global Citizen’s Guide to the Women’s March on January 21
    Girls & Women

    Global Citizen’s Guide to the Women’s March on January 21

    By Meghan Werft| Jan. 17, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    1.3 million women will march all over the world this Saturday. Read more

  8. Article: 100 Years Ago, Women Sat Silently Outside the White House for 6 Months in Protest
    Girls & Women

    100 Years Ago, Women Sat Silently Outside the White House for 6 Months in Protest

    By Meghan Werft| Jan. 10, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    On Jan. 21 100K women will follow suit. Read more

  9. Article: 7 of the Most Important Protests of 2016
    Citizenship

    7 of the Most Important Protests of 2016

    By Joe McCarthy| Dec. 23, 2016

    From South Africa to Brazil, massive protests rattled the status quo. Read more

  10. Article: Madonna Just Gave the Best Speech for Women in 2016
    Girls & Women

    Madonna Just Gave the Best Speech for Women in 2016

    By Phineas Rueckert| Dec. 12, 2016 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The singer and activist got real during her Billboard Woman of the Year speech. Read more

  11. Article: ‘This Is What Democracy Looks Like’: Why Protesters Take to the Streets
    Citizenship

    ‘This Is What Democracy Looks Like’: Why Protesters Take to the Streets

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer| July 29, 2016

    Up close and personal with the DNC protesters. Read more

  12. Article: 5 peaceful protests that led to change
    Citizenship

    5 peaceful protests that led to change

    By Meghan Werft| July 8, 2016

    “Nonviolence is an intensely active force when properly understood and used.” – Mohandas Gandhi Read more