These songs will get you off the couch and have you feeling inspired to make a change, either personally or politically.
There are plenty of empowering ways to spend inauguration weekend—from hanging out with a small group of friends to joining your local peaceful protests—and we think you'll enjoy this playlist no matter what's on the agenda. This tracklist has some of our favorite OG nasty women in Aretha, Alanis, and Sheryl Crow, as well as classic Beatles, The Who, and David Bowie for when you need to come together more than ever. If you're aiming for some 90s girl power specifically, check out this playlist for some more pop heavy hitters. Even if you won't be attending any of the marches this weekend, we bet these tunes will have off the couch one way or another.
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Empowering Songs to March to This Weekend
"Run the World (Girls)"—Beyoncé
"Get Back" —The Beatles
"That's Not My Name" —The Ting Tings
"Baba O'Riley" —The Who
"I Won't Back Down" —Tom Petty
"If It Makes You Happy" —Sheryl Crow
"You Oughta Know" —Alanis Morissette
"They Don't Care About Us" —Michael Jackson
"Stronger" —Britney Spears
"Come Together"—The Beatles
"Maneater" —Nelly Furtado
"Hit Me with Your Best Shot" —Pat Benatar
"Gimme Shelter" —The Rolling Stones
"Crazy On You" —Heart
"How Far I'll Go" —Alessia Cara
"Revolution" —The Beatles
"Rebel Rebel" —David Bowie
"Hollaback Girl" —Gwen Stefani
"All Along the Watchtower" —Jimi Hendrix
"Think" —Aretha Franklin