Women are awesome! We are politicians, composers, artists, and athletes. We’re scientists, teachers, and CEOs. Women do it all, and March is Women’s History Month, so let’s celebrate us.
Meet Savitribai Phule, the woman who helped found the first school for girls in India.
Have you heard of Rachel Carson, marine biologist, conservationist, and author? I hadn’t… until now. She was an influential American scientist.
Born in Dorset, England in the 1700s, Mary Anning was the first to discover a complete skeleton of a Plesiosaurus at a time when the Geological Society of London refused to admit women.
I was fascinated to learn about Brazilian born composer Chiquinha Gonzaga. The child of a freed black slave and a high-ranking military man, Chiquinha composed her first piece of music at age eleven.
Learn about Dr. Kakenya Ntaiya’s efforts to empower girls and improve Kenyan communities.
I thank Google Arts and Culture site for all this wonderful information regarding Women’s History Month. Click here to join the celebration of women who have contributed much—in the past AND the present. Is there a fascinating woman in your life? Celebrate her by leaving a comment below.
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USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR DONNA FASANO is a three-time winner of the HOLT Medallion, a CataRomance Reviewers Choice Award winner for Best Single Title, a Desert Rose Golden Quill Award finalist, a Golden Heart finalist, and a two-time winner of Best Romance of the Year given by BigAl’s Books & Pals Review Blog. Her books have sold nearly 4 million copies worldwide and have been published in two dozen languages. Her books have made the Kindle Top 100 Paid List numerous times, climbing as high as #5.