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We have curated some fun additions for your International Women’s Day!
“DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality.” This theme is aligned with the priority theme for the upcoming 67th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW-67), “Innovation and technological change, and education in the digital age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls.”
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a worldwide celebration of women’s achievements, as well as a day of education, empowerment, and action. Its purpose is to promote gender equality across the globe. It has been observed since 1911.
How you can celebrate:
Photography: Take pictures of the women in your facility. List their life’s accomplishments and achievements. Post in a place for all to see.
Throw a party: Recognize the achievements of the women you are surrounded by every day. Host a volunteer project for a women-owned business during the party.
Learn about and celebrate the women that have brought us here.
Support women publishers & books. Try one of these 3 riveting books:
Educated: This best-selling memoir is about a woman who grew up in an ultra-religious household, so secluded she didn’t even have a birth certificate, only to make her way out…all the way to Harvard and Cambridge. Tara Westover’s real-life story proves there’s nothing we can’t do.
An American Marriage: A marriage is challenged when Celestial’s husband Roy is put in prison for a crime she knows he didn’t commit. During his 12-year sentence, things change—a lot. Tayari Jones’ novel is a surprising and compassionate exploration of heartbreak, love, and perseverance.
Hunger: Roxanne Gay’s memoir isn’t just another woman’s journey towards self-love and body acceptance: It’s about self-awareness. This book serves to teach readers that sometimes the things we are most ashamed of are the things that can bring us together, empower us, and create meaningful, positive change.
Celebrate Women in Film
Here are fantastic films with strong and independent women!
- Winter’s Bone
- Hidden Figures
- Lady Bird
- Certain Women
- Little Women
- He Named Me Malala
- Battle of the Sexes
- Legally Blond