On Monday, March organizers announcedplans to hold a general strike called A Day Without a Woman. Officials shared the news on their social media accounts, noting that the date has not yet been determined. Few details about the strike have been announced, but March organizers praised boycotts of companies that have supported Trump in a statement to CNN, noting that some brought the corporate practices of Uber and Nordstrom to light. The will of the people will stand. pic.twitter.com/SKJCRLhRKn Women's March (@womensmarch) February 6, 2017 The Womens March is committed to engaging in actions that affirmatively build community, strengthen relationships and support local, women- and minority-owned businesses, the statement continued. The move comes just weeks after millions of men, women and children around the world took to the streets to send a message on the first full day ofDonald Trumps presidency. More than 500,000 people attended the massive march at the nations capital, with stars like Janelle Monae, Scarlett Johansson, Angela Davis and more เสื้อคอปก speaking to the large crowd. In the wake of the March, organizers have announced 10 actions in which to participate within the first 100 days of Trumps presidency. The March has grown into a passionate movement. Organizers have used the Marchs social media accounts to speak out against Trumps pick for education secretary, Betsy DeVos, his nominee for attorney general, Jeff Sessions, his controversial executive orderbanning refugees from entering the country and more. Although few details about the upcoming strike have been made public, organizers sent a special message along with the announcement: The will of the people will stand.