My Favorite Icons Of Womens History Month


Jelena Tegeltija

All around the world are strong impowering women who represent the strong females in our society. Some people believe women shouldn’t have a month dedicated to them, and some didn’t even know there was a month specifically for women. Here are my favorite women figures in the world today.
1: Malala Yousafzai
Starting off is Malala Yousafzai. She Is a Pakistani activist at the age of 22 years old. She has a published book about her story and how she got to the place where she is today. At 17 years old, she was the youngest person to receive a Nobel peace prize. At this age, she was fighting for children’s education rights. She is important in women’s history and will always be remembered for the things she did in her lifetime.
2: Greta Thunberg.
Greta Thunberg is 17-year-old women, and she is part of the school strike for climate change. She wants to address the climate change problem to the world and does a lot to show that’s its real. She won the TIMES person of the year award in 2019, and Glamour Award for The Revolutionary in 2019 as well. She is inspiring to all and she deserves more attention for the things she’s done.
3: Tarana Burke
Lastly, but not least is Tarana Burke. She is a civil rights and women’s activist. She started the #MeToo campaign in 2006 and gained popularity from it. She started using this hashtag to bring awareness to sexual abuse and assault in society today.