Each and every year March 8 is the one day meant to tout all the social, economic, cultural and political successes of women while urging more gender equality.
The first women's day was in 1909 when 15,000 women marched through the streets of New York demanding improved pay, shorter hours and voting rights.
Today, as the world is displaying economic solidarity in walkouts, rallies and marches dubbed A Day Without a Woman, CITY IMAGES pays tribute to Yirong, Ele, Natasha, Sabrina, Elena, Chloe, Sophia, Olivia, our women friends, female family members and a countless number of many women who make the world a kinder, gentler and better place for all humanity.
Women's March organizers call for 'A Day Without a Woman' http://apne.ws/2lD7MDx
Here are a few things women don't get yet. http://usat.ly/2m68I2h via @usatoday