Women’s history month

As a woman, when March rolls around, I am proud to talk about Women’s History Month. Many great women have made incredible contributions over the years. I want to honor them and show my appreciation for their work in helping us be recognized and give rights to us. The resilience of the women who came before us is astounding, and I hope to continue their legacy by being an advocate for mutual women's support. I hope to continue to break the barriers, stereotypes, and other challenges to shape a more inclusive society. To celebrate the women who came before us, I am going to list women and their amazing contributions to the world. I’d also like to thank all the women in my life for all the support and guidance they’ve provided over the years. Happy Women’s History Month!!

Harriet Tubman(mar. 1822-Mar. -10 1913)

She escaped slavery and used the Underground Railroad to help others escape to freedom in the North. She risked her life going back for others, and that is a quality more valuable than diamonds.

Susan B. Anthony(Feb. 15 1820-mar. 13 1906)

She was a women’s rights activist who played a pivotal role in women’s suffrage. She stood up for what she believed in.

Clara Barton (Dec. 25 1821-Apr. 12 1912)

She created the American Red Cross. She had great leadership skills that helped her create a strong community within the Red Cross.

Irena Stanisława Sendler (Feb. 15 1910 - May 12, 2008)

She rescued Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto and provided them with shelter and new identities. She used her strategic skills to her advantage to help people in need.

Valentina Tereshkova(Mar. 6 1937- present) 

She was the first woman in space. She was courageous enough to conquer the cosmic realm. 

Simone Biles (Mar. 14 1997-present)

She is the most decorated gymnast in history. She used her physical talent to achieve greatness at the Olympics.


Malala Yousafzai(Jul. 12 1997-present)

She is the youngest person to win a Nobel Prize. She also is a female education activist. Her unwavering dedication to women’s education is exceptional.

Rosa Parks (Feb.4, 1913- Oct. 24, 2005)

She was a civil rights activist. She stood her ground when a white man was trying to take her seat away from her.

Florence Nightingale(May 12 1820-Aug.13 1910)

She is the founder of modern nursing. Without her, there would be a lot fewer people in the world. She is a true heroine and an extraordinary woman.

 Amelia Earhart (July 24 1897-July 2 1937)

She was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was brave enough to fly and fly alone. While her trip was unsuccessful, the impact she made was not.