By Angeli Kakade, Buzz60
Organizers for the Women's March on Washington started a movement with one idea, to gather people from all walks of life in the nation's capital to protest the political platform of 45th President Donald Trump.
Saturday's Women's March was proof that a small group of people can inspire change as more than a million protestors showed up in cities all over the country.
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But hundreds of thousands have now left DC, the pink hats have been taken off and the social media posts have slowed down, leaving those protestors who marched this past weekend thinking, what's next?
Midterm elections are in 2018 and, with 33 Senate seats up for election, supporting the democratic candidate in your nearest swing district is important. From making phone calls to raising money, every bit helps.
Saturday's march was about all human rights, so pick a group you care about and sign up to volunteer. Organizations are always looking for extra hands.
Keep following Womensmarch.com for actionable steps. Organizers vow to take action on a different issue every ten days so follow them on social media or download the app to stay connected.
While Saturday's Women's march was freeing and empowering, for many, it was just the beginning.