Angie Martinez And Angela Yee Won't Be Working On "A Day Without A Woman"

On Wednesday March 8th, in honor of International Women's Day the same women who put together the EPIC Women's March earlier this year have organized "A Day Without A Woman."

On this day, women and their allies will act together for equity, justice and the human rights of women, through this one-day demonstration of economic solidarity. 

In support of "A Day Without A Woman" both Angie Martinez and Angela Yee will be participating by not coming into work and letting their absence be felt on the air.

Both The Breakfast Club and The Angie Martinez Show will be broadcasted without Angela and Angie in honor of International Women's Day and to see what a day without them 

On Thursdays the POWER of women will be celebrated all day on air with women only mixes going down at:

  • 9:00 A.M. DJ Envy's 'The People's Choice Mix' honoring women
  • 12:00 P.M. DJ Prostyle's 'The Lunch Break Mix' celebrating women
  • 5:00 P.M. DJ Sussone 'The Live At Five Mix' bigging up women
  • 6:00 P.M. DJ Clue 'Desert Storm Radio Mix' supporting the power of women
  • 9:00 P.M. DJ Clue  'Desert Storm Radio Mix' honoring POWERFUL women
  • 11:00 P.M. DJ Self paying respect to women 


If you're asking why the color red has been chosen as what a person supporting should wear, here's a breakdown:

If you feel the urge to actually take it to the streets and show your support, NYC is holding a gathering that you can attend:


If you want to go the social media route, you can participate by:

1. Sharing a photo of yourself with this caption: "A #DayWithoutAWoman is a day without me"2. 

2. Let everyone know what inspires you to strike on March 8th using the hashtag #IStrikeFor

Angie Martinez

Angie Martinez

Angie Martinez is recognized as one of the most influential personalities in popular culture and multi-media. Originally known as “The Voice of New York,” Angie’s nearly 20 years of on-air hosting experience has led her to become the media... Read more


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