March is International Women's History Month. Let's acknowledge the great women around the world.
SHE IS a Children’s & Women’s Rights Activist and a voice for underprivileged females across the world. As the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, she continues to fearlessly demand that young girls be provided with the best possible education.
SHE IS a Burmese political leader, author, and activist. She strongly chose to remain under house arrest for over 15 years when she was forcibly demanded to leave her country and it’s people behind. She eventually went on to become the leader of the National League for Democracy and even won a Nobel Peace Prize for honoring her people so genuinely.
SHE IS an American Labor Leader and Civil Rights Activist. By creating the Agricultural Workers Association, she worked hard to improve social and economic conditions for farm workers. She is a hero in the Latino community. In her brief career of being an Elementary School teacher, she witnessed a number of students who would attend class without decent clothing or enough food. This burdened her heart heavily but eventually allowed her to become a part of founding Stockton’s Community Services Organization. Together, they stood to spread awareness on voting rights, discrimination and police brutality against Mexican-Americans.
SHE IS a philanthropist, actress, and leader. She is an activist for Children’s Rights, as she proposed on creating a nationwide database of convicted child abusers in 1994 to spread awareness and bring an end to abuse. Winfrey founded Family for Better Lives foundation and has donated a plethora of money to various charities and programs in and outside of the country.
SHE IS an American anthropologist, author, and motivator. This Philadelphia-born scholar was famous for her work in science and her studies on the psychology and culture of the people of Oceania. Mead used her voice to speak out on issues concerning women’s rights, child rearing, racial relations and much more.
SHE IS a Womanist, writer and Civil Rights Activist. She is known as a warrior in the community, as she’s utilized her creative abilities to fight diligently against racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia.
SHE IS an American tennis player and motivator. This revolutionary athlete has become a symbol of strength, with her fierce attitude towards her sport and lifestyle. She is a role model to women everywhere, encouraging them to fight double standards and unapologetically accept greatness.
SHE IS an educator, women’s rights leader, and advisor. She aided in helping educate African-American student after the war and later became a co-founder of an organization that funds scholarships for black students. Working as an advisor under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, she became a great change maker in the world of education, especially serving African-American youth.