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Did You Know?

International Women's Day

Did you know that the first International Women's Day took place over 110 years ago?

The predecessor to International Women's Day was called National Woman's Day.* This event, organized by the Socialist Party of America at the behest of women's rights pioneer Theresa Malkiel,* was held in New York on February 28, 1909.*

Concentración del Sindicato de Estudiantes en calle Preciados con motivo de la Huelga Feminista 8M de 2019. Author:  Garabata  •  Wikimedia Commons

Concentración del Sindicato de Estudiantes en calle Preciados con motivo de la Huelga Feminista 8M de 2019. Author: GarabataWikimedia Commons

Women’s Rights Matter More Than Ever!

Today’s news headlines make it clear; we have more work to do. **

Women still have to strive for equality despite over one hundred years of struggle and progress.

Lesotho women protesting violence against women at a  National Women's Day  protest at National University of Lesotho. Author:  K. Kendall  •  Wikimedia Commons

Lesotho women protesting violence against women at a National Women's Day protest at National University of Lesotho. Author: K. KendallWikimedia Commons

We Have A Lot More To Do!

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Women’s Day March poster from the Womens Liberation Workshop in London. Author: Womens Liberation Workshop in London •  Wikimedia Commons

Women’s Day March poster from the Womens Liberation Workshop in London. Author: Womens Liberation Workshop in London • Wikimedia Commons