Some of the lights surrounding the Statue of Liberty appeared to go dark on Tuesday night, without explanation from the National Parks Service. Views from live-streamed cameras via EarthCam appeared to show parts of Lady Liberty standing in darkness, aside from her crown and torch.
Here is how it looked as of Tuesday, 11:45 p.m. ET:
And here’s how Lady Liberty normally looks:
Notably, Wednesday is the International Women’s Day, which will feature rallies, marches, and strikes across the US. An official Twitter account for the Women’s March took note of the lights out at the iconic statue, saying in a tweet Tuesday night: “Lady Liberty got the memo. On 3/8, we strike!”
Lady Liberty got the memo. On 3/8, we strike! #DayWithoutAWoman #StatueOfLiberty (Anyone know who this amazing artist is? Pls let us know!) pic.twitter.com/AGaHvk3gOj
— Women’s March (@womensmarch) March 8, 2017
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