How to Celebrate Women's History Month

National Women's History Month corresponds with International Women's Day on March 8. Now Women's History Month has grown from a week in March to the entire month itself. Women have accomplished a lot all around the world. Now it's time to celebrate what makes them so special!

Steps

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    Learn more about women who made history. This is especially important, since the women who accomplished great feats should be known. This could include politicians like Hilary Clinton, Humanitarians like Mother Teresa, and those gals that improved our country like Betsy Ross!
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    Celebrate the women in your life. Mom, Grandma, even your sister! Tell them why they're so important to you.
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    Donate money or work for a women's cause. There is a list of women's rights organizations here, sorted by country- [1]
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    Look at paintings made by famous women, especially the ones that were painted in the times before Women's Rights.
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    Check out how women's fashion has changed over time. It went from big, hoopskirt gowns that showed nothing but the face and hands, to modest dresses with a knee-length hemline, to shirts, blouses, pants, and heel-less shoes, and eventually to the diverse, blended fashion that is displayed today.
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    Look at how women's hair fashion has changed over time. It went from elaborate, time-consuming hairstyles, to simpler styles such as bobs and ponytails, and eventually once again to the blended hairstyles.
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    Visit historical places. There's a Women's Rights Park, historical properties (Elizabeth C. Quinlain House, Women's Athletic Club of San Francisco CA, Violet Oakley Studio, Anna Ranch, Brookgreen Gardens, and more).

Tips

  • If you are a woman, be proud of what your generations and others have done so you could have your rights. If you aren't be proud of the leading ladies in your life!

Warnings

  • Celebrating Women's National History Month doesn't mean that you can scoff at the opposite sex.

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Categories: National Days (USA) | Feminism and Sexism