Orangetheory Campaign Slams 23-Hour International Women’s Day

It falls on daylight saving time this year

Black woman wearing a winter coat stares downward at camera with knowing smile on her face
This year, International Women's Day coincides with daylight saving time—aka the shortest day of the year. Orangetheory

This year, International Women’s Day happens to fall on the same day that daylight saving time goes into effect. It doesn’t seem like much until you realize that means the one day set aside to recognize the accomplishments of women also happens to be the shortest day of the year.

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