International Women’s Day, Changed The World In History In Inspirational Women.

Why celebrate International Women’s Day ? 

Womens  are faced with new difficulties everyday. Social harassment, so just because of aims that bring attention to the fight for gender partiality Highlights the  challenges the sun discrimination women still face in areas of equal rights. Access to education and  leadership opportunities  .

International Women’s Day celebrated by a March 8 , is a global holiday . This is a women’s rights moments. It is gender equality , reproductive rights and violence and abscess  against women. International Women’s Day originated from the labour movement for North America and Europe during the early 20th century.

History of International Women’s Day.

March is the National Women’s History Month. It was established by improvement and the focus on women in historical studiesIt started in New York City on March 8, 1857 . Female textile workers marched in protest of unfair working conditions and unequal rights.  Unfair working conditions and unequal rights for women. First organized strikes by working women with a shorter work day and decent wages. 

March 8 , 1908 women workers in the needle trades marched through New York city Lower East side to child labour  and sweatshop working conditions, demand women’s suffering . Began in 1910, March 8 becoming annually observed  as International Women’s Day.  Women’s history week was instituted in 1978.

National Women’s History Project”  In 1987, successfully petitioned  Congress to include all of March as celebration of the economic , political ,social contribution of women.

Over the international Women’s day, years on march on focal points in women’s rights and celebrating the remarkable. Achievements in women’s different fields. Ongoing efforts towards gender equality worldwide.

Changed The World In History In The Four Women’s 

1. Nakiye Elgun :  

Nakiye Elgun was a well known feminist in ottoman times. But few know of her today. An associated history professor at Abant Izzet Baysal University in Turkey, was doing some research. She references a woman who lived during the Ottoman Empire. In the 20th century amid the collapse of the Ottomans  an Idealist female educator noticed.  Elgun died 65 years  ago this month, on March 23. Very few childrens and womens are known outside academic circles.

2. Chavela Vargas :

Chavela Vargas was a revolutionary , untrained Musician, and had the ability tio captivate her audiences after singing only the first few words of a song.  There are so many sing a song but when somebody is listening, they sing two words , and those two words crush you with something magical. That was reason Grammy winning producer and vibraphonist Felipe .Vargas living in Mexico before moved to New york.

3. Meet Dona Luz Jiménez :

The forgotten Indigenous woman at the heart of Mexico’s cultural revolution . Everyone knows Mexico City . If you have  ever been to Mexico city you likely encountered Jimenez through chance are you don’t know it. A Nahua woman from humble origins posed for many of the greatest of the Mexican mural movement;  her image adorns the walls of the national  palace and the imposing imposing building through the city’s historic center.

4. Lyudmila Pavlichenko :

 The life and myth of Soviet Russia’s deadliest sniper.   Lyudmila Pavlichenko, history;s deadliest female sniper, is considered to the soviet Propaganda myth by including people in Russia.divorced mother from tiny Ukrainian town of Bila Tserkva is killing at least 309 Nazis. By 1942 Palvichenko had been wounded four times and was by Soviet accounts , suffering from severe stress disorders. She forced herself to her game face on sale of the war effort.

Top 10 Inspirational Women From the Past, Present and Future :

1. Greta Thunberg :

In 2023 present At 16 years old , Greta Thunberg was taught about climate change  at school, but become frustrated seeing nothing was being done she took matters iyo her own hands and began to strike, and in 2019 , 1.6 million people  across the globe joined her.Greta has become symbol of climate change.. She is also releasing a book in 2023 called  The climate book.

2. Malala Yousafzai, 1997 :

Present  Malala is starting for school form own house. Masked gunman shot Malala in the left side  of the’ deserve’ this  she has simply  spoken  out  publicly about girls’ right to education In Pakistan. Thankful Malala survived  her help for father . Malala established Malala Fund. Malal is also the youngest recipient of the Nobel peace prize laureate.

3. Kamala Harris 1964 :

Present Kamala Harris is immigrated to US from India and Jamaica . She had deep sense of justice instilled in her from young age, her working public service.Kamala was elected Vp of the US in 2020 . She made history as the first female,Black and first Asian-American VP – her mission inspiring the young girls.

4. Gloria Steinem,1934 :

Present She is the American feminist, journalist, and social activist  Gloria was a leading figure in the  women’s liberation movement in the 1960s and 70s, and advocate for gender equality to this day. Of the career she has been a fierce advocate for women’s rights , speaking out against sexism, racism, homophobia,and other .Gloria founded and gives voice to experiences and helping and concerning the women of America.

5. Maya Angelou,1928,  – 2014 :

Maya  Angelou became a much lauded American poet, author, and civil rights activist, her work often reflected personal experience, resilience, and social justice. In her role as civil rights activist . She worked with Martin Luthe King Jr, an Malcolm X , advocating for racial equality and social justice. Her contribution has made global inspiration for women particularly Black women.

6. Rosa Parks, 1913 – 2005

A Black woman – refused to give up her seat Montgomery bus to a white person, violating the southern city;s segregation law Her subsequent arrest and conviction sparked a year long boycott of the  Montgomery bus system. Which critical role in public transport on December 1 , 1955 .  Her powerful symbols  of resistance  amount of media  helped by galvanizing the Civil Rights Movements.

7. Anna May Wong, 1905 – 1961 :

She was first Chinese -American movie star, despite her talent, Hollywood execs . She is remembered as a pioneer who paved the way for future  generations of Asian – American actors, helping to challenge  Hollywood’s racial biases. Her role representation and visibility for every time inspiring people today in Asian and American peoples.

8. Bessie Coleman, 1882 -1926 :

Bessie was determined by a pilot. She latter named African – American and native American descendant  hold a license. She was well celebrated pilot, known for darling stunt and performance. She used her legacy to advocate for equality. Civil rights, and women, refusing to perform  venue segregation.

9. Helen Keller, 1880 – 1968 :

Her profound disabilities, Helen keller learned to communicate help of her teacher, Anne Sullivan, who taught her to read, write and speak, she attend college and become and prolific writer and speaker, advocating for rights people  with disabilities  while rising awareness , blindness, deafness and polio, social justice, speaking against war, poverty, and discrimination.

10. Ada Lovelace, 1815 -1852 :

She was world’s first computer programmer. In the 19th century. She collaborated with Charles Babbage on a steam powered Mechanical computer, the Analytical Engine, machine’s potential Ada went to write instructions.machine to create complex music , art and mathematical tables.  Her work  foundation for modern computer programing .

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How to Celebrate International Women’s Day.

First of all respect to every woman. Respect is the most important thing for every woman . 

Event organizing by gender equality. Women need  volunteering at shelters or organizing donation drives.

International Women’s Day Greetings, messages, Quotes.etc 

Plan community project ,supporting women’s.

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