Adele, Sarah Jessica Parker, Chelsea Handler Among Stars Speaking Up on International Women's Day (Updating)
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Adele, Sarah Jessica Parker and Chelsea handler are just a few of the Hollywood stars taking advantage of social media Wednesday to support International Women's Day.

This year, the same group which organized the Women's March also put together the "A Day Without a Woman" strike, urging women to take the day off from work, avoid shopping all day and wear red in "solidarity."

"On International Women's Day, March 8th, women and our allies will act together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity," reads a statement from the organization's website.

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It's still early in the day, but tons of stars have already posted their support for the cause online. We'll continue to update this post all day.

Feeling the female love here on set! Happy #InternationalWomensDay from @bigbangtheory_cbs!

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Today is International Women's Day. There is an initiative to wear red, not to spend money, not to go to work, to do what you can to remind the world how essential women are. If you can't do any of these things, if your life prohibits you from doing so, don't. If you want to support the initiative in your own way, you can. If you don't care, then keep it moving. I'm done with overly simplistic comments from people who are looking to complain about celebrities and their privilege. I'm aware of my privilege and that doesn't make me care any less. Let's remember that a reality star born into wealth is now President. (Also, a man who bragged about sexually assaulting women) Some of you complaining voted for him. So there is a disconnect. In any event, women all over the world, including this country, are struggling for equality. I stand with them. #internationalwomensday

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Happy international Women's Day #iwd2017 #internationalwomensday #chimeforchange

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#Repost @womensmarch ・・・ On January 21st, we made a public commitment that we are ready to have each other's backs. That we are ready to see ourselves in another's struggles. Today, as we wear red, the color of revolutionary love and sacrifice, we hope that our commitment to each other is reinforced. Wherever you are, and however you are able to participate, what is most important is that we use the day to dig deep and ask ourselves about how women, and all gender-oppressed people, are treated in our society - from our homes to our communities to our government, from our schools to corporate boardrooms, from bathrooms to hospitals to prisons, from the day we're born until the day we die. Today, we are guided by the principle that reaffirming that gender justice is racial justice is economic justice. Today, people everywhere will again stand up for these foundational values, and will stand together in making a #DayWithoutAWoman a beacon of hope, energy and love.

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❤️ Happy International Women's Day ❤️

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Love and respect to all women around the world today and EVERYDAY. #InternationalWomensDay

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To my daughters..... #internationalwomensday.

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